Cambridge Open Studios is a flourishing community of over 500 artists, crafts people and designer-makers working throughout Cambridgeshire. The aim is to help bring artists and local people together. Each weekend in July the public are invited to visit workshops and studios as part of the annual Open Studios event. This provides an opportunity for you to see the work and find out about the techniques used and the passions that inspire artists. Free admission. Dates for 2019 will be…Find out more »
The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival has become a significant cultural event in the region and can expect to attract upwards of 25,000 visitors for the productions which run during the eight weeks of the Festival. Also, because the city attracts so many tourists at this time of year, the Festival has acquired a national and international dimension, with many visitors returning to Cambridge again and again. The productions themselves are staged in different College gardens, and are vivid and spectacular, and…Find out more »
For 40 years Cambridge Summer Music Ltd (CSM) has promoted live performances of classical music of the highest quality in Cambridge and the surrounding villages. Founded in 1979 as an organ recital series, CSM’s activity has grown to encompass vocal and instrumental music of diverse genres, ranging from the most intimate solo and chamber repertoire to works for massed choir and orchestra. In 2018 CSM promoted nearly 40 concerts as part of the annual Cambridge Summer Music Festival in July…Find out more »
WRiTEON is an open script writing forum made up of a large and diverse group of writers, actors, directors and producers from the Cambridge region and beyond. In 2019 WRiTEON will be producing its biggest ever project, an entire festival of one act plays. The venues for the Festival will be The ADC Theatre, The Corpus Playroom and the Larkum Studio. The six tremendous plays are listed below: The Summer House by Dave Pescod, 7.45 pm at the ADC Theatre,…Find out more »
What’s Ons are broadcast across the day at 7.30, 10.30, 1.30 and 4.30, and at weekends.
To get your event included email: Karen Stringer