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Name the comedian who might say 'I wonder if I can set up a comedy club… in a refugee camp... in Palestine?' Of course, it’s Mark Thomas. And that is exactly what he tries to do.Find out more »
Launched in March, with an Italian wine tasting, Cambridge Cookery's monthly tastings of food and wine goes straight to one of our personal favourite wine regions – Burgundy.Find out more »
In this free lecture and discussion, Professor Geoffrey Ward and Dr Beth Singler discuss what it means to be human in the age of AI.Find out more »
Our fortnightly charity quiz night - all welcome! £1 per player, with all money donated to East Anglia's Children's Hospices.Find out more »
The Perse Community Lecture: ‘Tamed: 3 species that changed our world’Find out more »
Frances Hardinge will explore unseen and half-seen figures of menace and malice in Philippa Pearce’s The Shadow Cage, and other children’s literature.Find out more »
With their landmark 5th album, ‘Personae’, husband and wife duo Kathryn Roberts and Sean Lakeman introduce us to a host of new characters and stories from their fertile and energetic musical imaginations.Find out more »
George Ferguson, first elected Mayor of Bristol, city visionary, former architect and entrepreneur will talk at the Federation of Cambridge Residents Associations (FeCRA) 2018 AGM Event.Find out more »
The Queen Edith's Community Forum is holding its fourth council "hustings" event, this time for the city council election on May 4th. All residents of the area are welcome.Find out more »
Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is now open.Find out more »
To mark the 50th Anniversary of Europe’s first successful liver transplant there is a special lecture on Thursday 3 May on "Pre-transplant Perfusion of the Liver to Improve Outcomes" with speaker Chris Watson, Professor of Transplantation.Find out more »
A fun afternoon for retired persons.
During May they will be holding a fun quiz followed by afternoon refreshments.
Another series of Tapas and Wine Tastings around Spain!
For the third year, Que Rico Tapas and Cambridge Wine Merchants are organizing a Tapas and Wine Tasting series throughout 2018.
This session with focus on Andalusia.
Lots on at Cambridge Junction in the week ahead including the Cambridge Ska and Reggae Festival 2018Find out more »
Annual Plant Sale and Kids' Fun at Rock Road LibraryFind out more »
There's a Plant Sale at St John The Evangelist Church on Sunday 13 May, at 11.15.Find out more »
‘York House’ – 292 Hills Road, Cambridge – is about to be demolished. Join others at 3pm on Sunday 13th May to celebrate 292’s distinguished history and to show your concern.Find out more »
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An amazing event for anyone interested in Shakespeare and performance. A Masterclass and Panel Discussion with Dr Abigail Rokison-Woodall, Simon Russell Beale, and Professor Michael Dobson leading an exploration into Shakespeare performance, featuring a new edition of Hamlet by Arden.Find out more »
Focus@StJames presents an evening with Christopher Rowland, who will speak on ‘Blake and Prophecy’, and Malcolm Guite, who will speak on ‘Blake and Jesus’.Find out more »
Cambridge Wine Merchants on Cherry Hinton Road has an amazing opportunity to try a large array of different whiskies on Wednesday 16th May.Find out more »
Organised by the Patients Participation Group of Queen Edith's Medical Practice, an informative talk on dementia by Maria Grazia Spillantini, Professor of Molecular Neurology.Find out more »
Lots on at Cambridge Junction in the week ahead!Find out more »
Lots on at the Light Cinema in the Week Ahead!Find out more »
Join the wine bar at Cambridge Cookery Bistro for a delicious guided tasting of Italian wines including fresh Italian-inspired nibbles from the kitchen.Find out more »
A Right Royal Fete! takes place on Saturday 19th May at Queen Edith Primary School. All Welcome!Find out more »
Quick planning session for the Share Fair on 8 SeptemberFind out more »
A Recital by Elise Jones and Roger Lilley. Early English songs by Dowland and Purcell accompanied by lute, harpsichord and viol.Find out more »
Featuring world premieres, previews and more brand new work by performing artists based in Cambridge, the UK and abroad, WATCH OUT is Cambridge’s showcase of fresh experimental work with something to say.Find out more »
New releases include On Chesil Beach, Solo: A Star Wars Story and Show Dogs.Find out more »
Korean food and the health benefits of the national dish, Kimchi, is one of the strongest food trends at the moment, and no wonder. The food is as spicy as it is delicious.
The class includes a mini Kimchi master session on how to make your own home made Kimchi from any vegetable in your garden, or from the supermarket. You will prepare it in class, and take the dish home to ripen and ferment for weeks, or to be enjoyed immediately.
The class culminates with a sit-down meal with wine and, as usual, guests leave with full recipe packs as well as full stomachs!
Dynamic duo Cambridge Wine Merchants and Que Rico Tapas combine their expertise to offer a unique tasting experience pairing tipples and tapas.Find out more »
This one-off class gives an excellent foundation and the skills for making bread at home. Guests also leave with bags of fresh bread.Find out more »
Tea in the community garden with friends.Find out more »
The Light Cinema Charity Quiz nightFind out more »
Including Jesterlarf Comedy Club featuring Ninia Benjamin, Duncan Oakley, Colin Chadwick, and Susan Murray!Find out more »
New out this week is Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom!Find out more »
Graduate Research Day; Homerton College.Find out more »
An informal Supper Club at Alimentum where guests have the opportunity to be a food critic for the night.Find out more »
Our tastings are relaxed, sociable and totally different from any other wine events locally as each wine is matched with a delicious platter of food from our chefs.Find out more »
Lots on at Cambridge Junction this week including comedian Stuart Goldsmith!Find out more »
This Week at The Light Cinema includes new release The Book Club!Find out more »
Free cookery workshop for families in the Queen Edith area. Every Wednesday: 13th June, 20th June, 27th June, 4th July, 11th July and 18th July.Find out more »
Uncle Vals are coming to Cambridge Wine Merchants, Cherry Hinton Road, to show off their fabulous range of gins!Find out more »
A-level Art and Photography with GCSE Art Exhibition, Media Film, Music, Dance and Drama Performances.
Food and Refreshments Galore!
Join the fun at St James' Church with games, raffles, bouncy castle, cakes and refreshments.Find out more »