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The Cambridge Folk Festival is one of the UK’s leading folk music celebrations. Intimate surroundings and great quality music combine for a fantastic folk experience. This year is the 53rd Cambridge Folk Festival and it is taking place at Cherry Hinton Hall Grounds on 27th until 30th July 2017. There are no acts announced for Cambridge Folk Festival 2017 but recognisable names and famous acts from the folk world are bound to attend. It is about more than just traditional…Find out more »
Jon and Chris are jazz musicians training as physician-scientists and between them have played at venues including Lincoln Centre and Madison Square Garden. Their repertoire consists of straight-ahead jazz with forays into funk and neo-soul.Find out more »
Cambridge Pop-Up Cabaret presents the Midsummer Madness! Unforgettable show with acclaimed cast of performers! Flamboyant, spectacular, dangerous and simply marvellous! Cabaret, Burlesque, Circus, Comic Song, Vaudeville and Magic! Dancing and After party! http://cambridgecabaret.co.uk July 29th The Portland Arms, 129 Chesterton Rd, Cambridge Doors open at 19.00 Tickets Early Bird: £12.50 Online: £14.50 Door: £16 Book your tickets now: http://theportlandarms.co.uk/wp/product/the-midsummer-madness-cabaret-29th-july/Find out more »
The Jackson Creek Band comprises of Ben Ashby, Helene Jones and Ken Hill; an acoustic band based in Cambridge, UK performing country & western, bluegrass and folk music - all with a healthy dose of harmony, some fancy guitar picking and wholesome upright bass that will get your toes tapping. Its country music with class. Try it. You'll like it. That's a promise.Find out more »
Now in its third year, Rapadamic promises to be another fantastic showcase of some of Cambridge’s finest up and coming urban talent.Find out more »
A longstanding Cambridge Junction event offering emerging bands the opportunity to play on the J1 stage. Featuring: OSCAR CORNEY THE HEMINGWAYS SALTFEN DEEP CITY THE LOST VOLTS MAVERICK Fiver provides an opportunity for local bands to gain their first experience of the professional music industry, with professional mentoring and advice from the Cambridge Junction team. It is also vital to providing young people, who make up the majority of the audience, with their first gig experience.Find out more »
PREVIEW presented by Milk “I am a minotaur and I am dangerous to those I love. I don’t mean to make anyone feel uncomfortable, that’s not my intention, but facts are what they are.” Drop a bull into a gender shop and hope it breaks everything. A wild show about not taming the minotaur within. Written from testimony and personal experience this is the story of one person’s quest for a way out of the Labyrinth. In BULLISH, ancient mythology…Find out more »
This year celebrates 50 years since the summer of love and the birth of festivals as we know them today. Junkyard: Summer Daze will take you back in time to the summer of 1967 bringing you cool vibes and eclectic sounds. With live bands, DJ sets, and live acts ranging from indie to punk to folk, be prepared to release your inner hippy and celebrate a bohemian utopia right here in the heart of Cambridge.Find out more »
Squalling sax, gutteral yowls, thundering drums and Stooges-esque blasts of guitar. Essential.Find out more »
Continuing it's 25 year anniversary with a very special event at one of its favourite past venues. In the 2 bar areas you will be taken through a journey of dance music from Kite High's residents, alongside guest DJ's from some of the regions ﬁnest promotions. Bar A: Ian Stratton, Anthony Ford Simon 'TNT' Ryan Jungle Dave Bar B: Valerio Leon Foster Damian S Ember Percussion by Paul Crowley Over 18s onlyFind out more »
Delighted to announce we'll soon be playing at the Earl of Beaconsfield - a fantastic pub and venue where we've spent many an hour! Why not come down for a beer and discover our fresh and very eclectic set? ;) Hope to see you there! --Rob, Lee and EdFind out more »
Considered one of the most influential British comedians since Charlie Chaplin Ricky Gervais received the Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award for Excellence in Comedy 2016 BAFTA/LA Ricky is returning to stage with his first stand-up tour in seven years: Humanity.Find out more »
Derren Brown: Underground brings together the very best of Derren's previous stage work, Underground is a spell-binding experience.Find out more »
Six friends camping, telling ghost stories in the woods, all the while a malevolent entity stalks its prey Six friends on an annual camping trip are telling ghost stories in the woods; all the while a malevolent entity stalks its prey. Nexus: Whispers, explores the familiar conventions of Terror in film live on stage. The first play of a trilogy introduces a claustrophobic stage play in which long buried regrets; fears and supernatural forces combine to test these friendships. Whispers…Find out more »
Vibraphonist/vocalist Roy Ayers is among the best-known, most loved and respected Jazz/R&B artist on the music-scene today. Now in his fourth decade in the music business, Ayers, known as the Godfather of Neo-soul, continues to bridge the gap between generations of music lovers. In the 60’s he was an award-winning jazz vibraphonist, and transformed into a popular R&B band leader in the 70's/80's. Today, the dynamic music man is an iconic figure still in great demand and whose music industry…Find out more »
"She addresses transformation, loss, connection and apartness in literate, finely turned pop songs centred on her sweet, pellucid voice and filled out with dreamy loops and strings." Uncut "The pace is unhurried, and Gibson offers a cathartic tale of loss and redemption, set against a gorgeous sonic backdrop. She sounds newly confident, invigorated, and free." Pitchfork Under 18s must be accompanied by an adultFind out more »
A Saucerful of Floyd are performing their raved about show at The Railway Vue, Cambs Not just another "Pulse" clone, but four top musicians playing Floyd as it should be-as ROCK. Accompanied by our light and laser show. Check out our website to see what all the fuss is about! www.asaucerfuloffloyd.co.ukFind out more »
Don't miss the opportunity to see the raved about Saucerful of Floyd perform @ The Railway Vue Not another "Pulse" clone but four top musicians playing Floyd with attitude and totally live. Come and see why A Saucerful of Floyd get such rave reviews. For further details please check out the ASOF website: www.asaucerfuloffloyd.co.ukFind out more »
Internationally renowned as one, if not the best Elvis tribute in the world today, Ben Portsmouth will bring his unique style to show audiences why he is regarded as the best in the business.Find out more »
Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult Surfing Magazines, a new garage-rock group consisting of two thirds of The Wave Pictures and one half of Slow Club, have shared the video to 'Lines and Shadows' - the first song to be taken from their self-titled album, due for release on Moshi Moshi on 1st September. Consisting of David Tattersall and Franic Rozycki of The Wave Pictures, Charles Watson of Slow Club and drummer Dominic Brider, the band have also…Find out more »
ON SALE FRIDAY 12TH MAY, 10AM. https://www.facebook.com/littlebarrieband/ Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult Little Barrie, a classic British power trio in the lineage of Cream and the Jimi Hendrix Experience, may not have all the answers, but they're asking all the right questions. Made up of Barrie Cadogan (guitar/vocals), Lewis Wharton (bass) and Virgil Howe (drums), their fifth album, 'Death Express', packs a heavy punch, channelling the three members' ferocious musical chops into a raw, DIY response to…Find out more »
Calmly inventive... boldly ambitious... she has imagination and heart... - The Guardian Classically trained jazz, soul and world music singer/composer Sue McCreeth displays an international jazz sensibility, and she blends the material with an expert eye. Sue studied with Gary Burton (Berklee College of Music USA) and at the Royal Academy of Music. Songs from her current album, 'Look Back and Love' (2017) link her own well regarded compositions with jazz classics by British composers and re-imagined German and French songs.…Find out more »
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