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February 2020

Heffers Book Evening – Tracey Thorn

Wednesday February 12 at 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wesley Church, Christ's Pieces
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB1 1LG United Kingdom
£7.00 – £10.00

Join Tracey Thorn, writer, musician and singer for 90s band Everything But The Girl, as she talks about her latest book which documents her teenage years in suburban Hertfordshire, her sense of what she was missing out on and her dreams of a future, the path to which was lit by female pop icons. Before becoming an acclaimed musician and writer, Tracey Thorn was a typical teenager: bored and cynical, despairing of her aspirational parents. Her only comfort came from…

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Cambridge Junction 30th Birthday Party

Friday February 14
J1 at the Junction, Clifton Way
Cambridge, CB1 7GX

John Peel opened Cambridge Junction’s doors to the public on Valentine’s Day 1990. Come along for Cambridge Junction's birthday and a night of revelry to celebrate the more than 3 million uniquely entertaining moments experienced here by audiences here over the last 30 years. With special guests and surprises representing all that makes Cambridge Junction this will be a night you won’t want to miss out on. Featuring: Mr Wilson’s Second Liners with their trademark 90s club classics in a…

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Custard Comedy

Friday February 14 at 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Storeys Field Centre, Eddington Avenue
Cambridge, CB3 1AA
£9.00 – £11.00

After ten years of running comedy nights in South Cambridgeshire, Custard Comedy will be returning to Storey's Field Centre in Eddington on February 14th. The night starts around 8.15 pm and the bill is completely brilliant. Headline Act – Matt Price.  Matt price may look like the bloke who has been sent over to fix your radiator, but he’s also a craftsman of funny stories and a master of friendly audience banter. He tells the sort of jokes you'll be trying…

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The Sound of Youth at The Portland Arms

Saturday February 15 at 12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
The Portland Arms, 129 Chesterton Road
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB4 3BA United Kingdom

The latest in the almost famous line of young performers gigs that have launched a thousand acts. Almost. Cambridge is blessed with a prodigious number of very talented and inspiring young performers.  This gig is a chance for them to show what they can do. From bands who are just starting out to those who have already begun to play ‘grown up’ gigs, this will be an exciting chance to hear tomorrow’s sounds today. Free entry, but there will be…

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Snowdrop Stroll

Sunday February 16 at 10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Landwade Hall, Cotten End Road
Exning, Cambridgeshire United Kingdom

Help end Polio and protect sight across the world by taking part in a snowdrop stroll. Starting at the gate to Landwade Hall, Cotton End Road, Exning. There will be a choice of buggy friendly routes.  Very sorry that no dogs are allowed.  Refreshments at the end of your stroll in Landwade Chapel. Admission - £5.00 per family, at the gate. Proceeds in aid of Rotary International's campaign for the eradication of Polio and the Lions International sight savers charity.…

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Comedy Night Fund Raiser

Tuesday February 18 at 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Guildhall, 2 Wheeler Street
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3QJ United Kingdom

The Kings Hedges Family Support Project have been selected as a Charity of the Year by the Mayor of Cambridge, Cllr Gerri Bird. The Kings Hedges Family Support Project run drop-in sessions for local families with children aged 3 years and under. They offer creative activities for you and your child to enjoy, lots of other parents to talk to and share experiences, along with an opportunity to talk to Family Support Workers in a safe and comfortable space. More…

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Cafe Sci Cambridge – The Genetics of Depression

Tuesday February 18 at 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Espresso Library, 210 East Road
Cambridge, CB1 1BG

Over the past few years dozens of genes have been discovered to be linked to depression. Join Dr David Howard, Kings College London, for a brief overview of the history of human genetics with a focus on the research conducted around depression, and discuss how drugs that target these genes could help. This is a free, non-ticketed event. Please arrive for 6.45 pm. More info: www.cafescicambridge.org

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