Tomasz Bura Group at The Portland Arms

The Portland Arms 129 Chesterton Road, Cambridge

7:30 - 11pm This impassioned, heartfelt ensemble with dynamic extremes fuses jazz, rock, and ambient music with composition, compelling in its navigation through electronics and the acoustic. For this special event, the band will be joined by one of the most proficient guitarists of our time, The lineup includes: - Tomasz Bura – keys/ - […]


Songs from the Golden Age of Swing

West Road Concert Hall Cambridge

Down for the Count Orchdestra perform. Expect to hear the music of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, Judy Garland, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Peggy Lee and many more brought back to life by some of the UK’s top jazz musicians and arrangers. The orchestra preserve and protect the musical heritage of these great artists - but this […]

£12.00 – £21.00

Julian Clary at Cambridge Corn Exchange

Cambridge Corn Exchange Wheeler Street, Cambridge

You’ve heard of The Man With No Name? Well, here’s The Man With No Shame! Julian Clary, renowned homosexual and national trinket, is fixing to saddle up and head on out for his 2024 UK tour. “Yes, it has a Western theme,” the old buckaroo confirms, sipping Bourbon from a pint tankard. “It was only […]


Spring Wild Flowers of Wandlebury

Wandlebury Country Park Cambridge

From 10 am – 12 noon Gentle guided walk to learn about spring wild flowers at Wandlebury Country Park. Led by a knowledgeable guide who will help you to identify wild flowers using features such as colour, form and habitat. Please wear footwear and clothing for being outdoors. Meet at the large noticeboard in the […]


Cambridge Literary Festival – Spring Festival 2024

Various Cambridge

A packed programme of talks and presentations by current authors, including Andrew O'Hagan (Caledonian Road), Francis Pryor (A Fenland Garden), Christian Lewis (From Hildasay to Home), a Literary Lunch with Ellie Griffiths and Val McDermid. For full details go to Held at various central locations around Cambridge.

Mill Road Community Centre Quiz Night

Mill Road Community Centre 6 Hazell Street, Cambridge

PACT present a quiz night from 7.30pm at the new Mill Road Community Centre. £10.00 per team with five team members maximum. Pay on the night. A fun and friendly quiz. All welcome. Reserve your space by e-mailing


The Music of The Lord of the Rings

West Road Concert Hall Cambridge

Experience the majestic music of the iconic saga Lord of the Rings films in a unique experience not to be missed. A delight for the whole family is guaranteed. Performed by the modern orchestra Mystery Ensemble, the virtuoso playing of the musicians will instantly transport you to a distant fantasy world with elves, hobbits and […]

£10.00 – £40.00

The Lion Inside

Cambridge Art Salon 1 Thrifts Walk, Cambridge

No matter your size, we all have a mouse and a lion inside.’ A heart-warming tale about confidence, self-esteem, and a shy little mouse who sets out on a journey to find his roar. In a dry dusty place where the sand sparkled gold, stood a mighty flat rock, all craggy and old. And under […]


The Fiver – April

J1 at the Junction Clifton Way, Cambridge

The Fiver is a longstanding Cambridge Junction event offering emerging bands the opportunity to play on the J1 stage and take part in Fiver Fest. This month's line-up is Headcheck, Christian Smith and The Heretics, Gabby Rivers, Lay/Bye, Vintage Rec., and Cleen Tickets - £7.50 Doors open at 6:45pm, Last entry at 10pm Taking place […]


NCI Cheesy Disco -Vinyl To The Max

NCI Sports and Social Club 1 Holland Street, Cambridge

Soul and Pop from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s, taking place at the NCI Club. Grooves and moves start at 8.00 pm Guest DJ Chris Brown's soul hour at 9.00 pm. Tickets available on line or at the bar.  £5.00 in advance, £6.00 on the door. To buy on line go to  

£5.00 – £6.00

Nat Steele Quartet at Stapleford Granary

Stapleford Granary Bury Road, Stapleford

A Jazz concert - Nat Steele, vibraphone | Rob Barron, piano | Jeremy Brown, bass | Mark Taylor, drums Acclaimed vibraphone soloist Nat Steele brings his all-star quartet to the Granary. The band will play a selection of swinging standards, bebop tunes and hard-bop arrangements, recreating the sound of a bygone era for a modern […]

£12.00 – £24.00

Museum Recruitment Day

Whittlesey Museum

Whittlesey Museum is holing an Open Day to recruit new volunteers to help the Museum. They vitally need volunteers to help maintain the heritage of Whittlesey and keep the museum open. Please come and support them Learn about your local heritage. Free admission. From 10.30 am to 1.00 pm. for info go to


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