Category Archives: What’s on in Cambridge
Robson Green and James Norton are in and around Cambridge at the moment filming the new six part drama series Granchester.
Following a refurbishment this year The Arts Theatre 2014 season will get underway with Robert Powell in Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee from 20th -25th January. Don’t forget the Panto Season runs until Sunday 12th January. Come and see Robin Hood. … Continue reading
Folk Festival On Monday 2nd December the tickets go on sale for the 50th Cambridge Folk Festival. A great festival for all the family. Next year looks set to be better than ever. http://www.cambridgefolkfestival.co.uk/ Cambridge Half Marathon If your feeling fit now’s … Continue reading
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge came to the city just days before the news broke that they are expecting their first baby. The couple arrived in Cambridge in the morning. There was a large crowd gathered outside the Guildhall … Continue reading
It may not feel like summer at the moment but May is when lots of things are happening in Cambridge. The Fitzwilliam museum exhibition of Tomb Treasures from China Han Dynasty opened on the 5th May and is on until November. We haven’t had … Continue reading
It was a glorious spring day for the Cambridge Half Marathon. The event seems to have been a great success. Some of the runners coming along Chesterton Road.
Cambridge will host 3000 people for a half Marathon on Sunday 11 March 2012. The run starts on Victoria Avenue and finishes on Midsummer Common. The 13.1 mile route circles the city over two loops taking in Cambridge’s top sites … Continue reading
New for Spring 2012 and part of the London 2012 Exhibition. The Fitzwilliam museum is hosting one of its most important exhibitions. Featuring nearly 400 pieces of treasure from the Imperial Tombs of the Han Dynasty. This is … Continue reading
7 December 2011-5 May 2012 http://www.spri.cam.ac.uk An exhibition which brings together the volume of Scott´s diary from the last expedition from 1910-1913. On loan from the British Library, with many of the other journals, letters, notebooks and maps – reuniting these materials for … Continue reading