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October 2018
£6.00 - £28.00

Endelion String Quartet – New Season

Wednesday October 24, 2018 - Wednesday May 22, 2019
West Road Concert Hall,
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB3 9DP United Kingdom

2018-19 is a very special season for The Endelion String Quartet, In January 2019 they will celebrate 40 years of playing wonderful music together. For twenty-seven of those years they have been Cambridge University’s ‘Quartet in Residence’, making Cambridge a precious home for them. Andrew Watkinson, Leader. Concerts begin at 7.30 pm. Beginnning on Wednesday, 24 October 2018 with Mendelssohn (String Quartet, Opus 44, No. 1), Britten (String Quartet No. 3, Opus 94) and Beethoven (String Quartet, Opus 59, No.…

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December 2018

Fitzwilliam Museum – Highlight Exhibitions

Tuesday December 4, 2018 - Sunday March 17, 2019
Fitzwilliam Museum,
Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Fitzwilliam Museum Programme for special exhibitions. Collecting and Giving: Highlights from the Sir Ivor and Lady Batchelor bequest - 4 December 2018 – 3 March 2019 (Gallery 10). In 2015, the Museum received an exceptional collection of paintings, drawings, ceramics, glass and bronzes from Sir Ivor and Lady Batchelor, through the Art Fund. Highlights from the collection will be on display for the first time, including drawings by Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Ruskin, William Orpen, Walter Sickert and Gwen John,…

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February 2019

LGBTQ+ History Month

Friday February 1 - Thursday February 28
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

It's that time of year again: get ready everyone for LGBTQ+ History Month! This year there are over 35 events occurring that should cater for everyone's interests! A wide variety of events including the opening ceremony and flag-raising at the Guildhall on the 1st February, An Introduction to Gay History on the 1st at Pembroke College, a Queer well-being workshop on the 1st and Dot Cottons Club Night on the 2nd at the Q-Club on Station Road. For info e-mail…

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Public Lectures at the Cambridge Union

Monday February 11 - Monday February 25
Cambridge Union,
Trinity Street
Cambridge, CB2 1UB

Some February lectures at the Cambridge Union which are open to the public 11th February 7.00 pm - Eva Schloss, Holocaust survivor and memoirist 12th February 6.00 pm – Peter Tatchell, gay rights campaigner 18th February 6.00 pm – Ann Olivarius, lawyer and philanthropist 25th February 7.oo pm – Dr Rachel Glennerster, Chief Economist at the Department for International Development For info go to  https://cus.org/

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£20.00 - £35.00

Rebus – Long Shadows

Monday February 11 - Saturday February 16
Cambridge Arts Theatre,
6 St Edward's Passage
Cambridge , Cambridgeshire CB2 3PJ United Kingdom

Detective Inspector John Rebus is retired but the shadows of his former life still follow him through the streets of Edinburgh. Whisky helped but now he’s denying himself that pleasure. But when the daughter of a murder victim appears outside his flat, he’s back on the case and off the wagon. Ian Rankin’s Rebus novels have dominated the detective fiction market with the ensuing television series ensuring the detective’s legendary status. Now, alongside award-winning playwright Rona Munro, Ian Rankin is…

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£7.00 - £10.00

Di and Viv and Rose

Tuesday February 12 - Sunday February 17
Corpus Playroom,
St. Edwards Passage
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Taking place at Corpus Playroom. Di and Viv and Rose, a much loved tragi-comedy by Amelia Bullmore, is coming to Cambridge in a brand-new student production. 'How do you want to live here? I mean we could come and go and lead separate lives. Or we could really live together. What do you think?' It's 1983. Di, Viv & Rose move into a university house and embark on the adventure that is womanhood. Across the years they roller-coaster through life…

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£8.00 - £14.00

Angels in America, Part I

Tuesday February 12 - Saturday February 16
ADC Theatre,
Park Street
Cambridge, CB5 8AS

A radical exploration of the AIDS crisis in New York, queer relationships, religion, and what happens when Heaven isn’t happy with Earth, Angels in America follows recently diagnosed AIDS victim Prior Walter and the impact his diagnosis has on his romantic relationships. It also follows Harper and Joe, a Mormon couple, who wrangle with Joe’s identity as a secretly gay man. Over the course of its three acts, Angels in America tears down barriers between love and hate, life and…

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