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June 2019

Monthly Yoga Workshops

Saturday June 8 - Saturday December 14
YMCA, Gonville Place
Cambridge, CB1 1ND
£70.00 – £115.00

Yoga and the 7 Chakras with Yolande. Two hour monthly workshops taking place at the YMCA. You will switch on one by one your “wheels of energy” called chakras and observe with a Yoga Nidra relaxation the effects of the sequence on our physical and “subtle” bodies within. Ayurvedic drinks will be offered to seal each experience! YMCA Members - £70.00 (£10.00 per session), Non-members - £115.00 (£15.00 per session). For info ring 01223 356998  

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September 2019

The Sick Children’s Trust – Autumn Programme

Thursday September 12 - Friday November 29
Various Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

The Sick Children's Trust has organised a wide variety of interesting entertainments for the autumn, from a charity quiz evening, a literary luncheon, an illustrated talk about art quilts and a talk about the extraordinary David Parr house on Gwydir Street. Various venues and prices. To see the whole programme go to https://www.sickchildrenstrust.org/UserFiles/files/Autumn%202019%20programme%20Cambridge%20Fundraising%20Committee.pdf      

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Literature Cambridge Study Days at Stapleford Granary

Saturday September 21, 2019 - Saturday March 21, 2020
Stapleford Granary, Bury Road
Stapleford, CB22 5BP
£45.00 – £90.00

Study Day on  The Waves,  Saturday 21 September 2019,  11.00 am to 5.00 pm.  Literature Cambridge presents an intensive day of lectures and a seminar on Virginia Woolf's lyrical novel of 1931, with leading scholars Alison Hennegan, Claire Nicholson and Trudi Tate. £90.00/£80.00 students. * An Introduction to Reading Poetry,  Saturday 19 October 2019,  2.00 pm to 5.30 pm.  Do you love poetry but sometimes find it difficult to understand? Do you want to get more out of reading poetry?…

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October 2019

Lunch Time Concerts at The Mumford Theatre

Wednesday October 2 - Wednesday December 11
Mumford Theatre Cambridge, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Another exciting line up of free lunchtime concerts this Trimester! There is no need to book tickets; as this is a free event you can just turn up at the Mumford Theatre. 2 October - Will Pears-Cooper Trio - Jazz Fusion 9 October - Simon Mawhinney - Piano Solo 16 October - Duo Kottos - Guitar & Cello 23 October - Symphonia Academica Masterworks - String Quartet 30 October - Manickam Yogeswaran - Music from the South of India 6…

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Wild Life Trust Evenings

Friday October 4, 2019 - Thursday January 16, 2020
£7.00 – £22.00

The Wild Life Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire works to make our three counties a place where nature can flourish and enrich the lives of the people who live here. They care for local wildlife and more than 100 nature reserves. Friday, 4th October - Wildlife Road Trip with Martin Hughes-Games and Iolo Williams,  at 7:30 pm at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts, Huntingdon. Natural history broadcasters Martin Hughes-Games and Iolo Williams team up to perform this informative and amusing wildlife…

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November 2019

Saffron Hall – Thoughts and Talks Season

Saturday November 9 - Wednesday November 13
Saffron Hall, Audley End Road
Saffron Walden, Cambridgeshire CB11 4UH United Kingdom
£10.00 – £25.00

Saffron Hall is an award-winning 740-seat performance space built in the grounds of Saffron Walden County High School. The Hall has become a vibrant cultural centre for the region. Come along to hear interesting speakers. On 9th November, Award-winning poet ​Benjamin Zephaniah​ will explore his remarkable journey, how he’s fought injustice and discrimination throughout his career, whilst sharing a selection of his stories and poems. The season culminates on 13th November with Rory Sutherland, the legendary Vice Chairman of global…

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Death Trap

Tuesday November 12 - Friday November 15
ADC Theatre, Park Street
Cambridge, CB5 8AS
£9.00 – £15.00

Cambridge, 1978. Sidney Bruhl, an English fellow at King's College, was once a great West End playwright. Now, he's a has-been, dreaming of writing a defining masterpiece that now seems out of reach. That is, until he reads Deathtrap, a tour-de-force of plot twists, murder mystery, psychological horror and emotional force. It's just a shame that he didn't write it – but what if there way that he could have? Time to invite the playwright round for tea… Deathtrap, arguably…

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