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The items below represent the current magazine content for Cambridge in order of latest published first.

Theatre & shows

The Height of the Storm

Here is an exceptional play about humanity, akin to Chekov's nuanced work, a play that insists on opening up fears and longings we normally ... READ MORE


localsecrets says goodbye

This is goodbye from localsecrets. So first thanks to everyone for their support and interest since we went live for the first time just aft... READ MORE


The Miseducation of Cameron Po

The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a compassionate, big-hearted coming-of-age drama about the experiences of a gay teenager sent to be 'cur... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Blue Stockings: fantastic

A wonderful, emotive and charming show with impressive, polished performances depicting women pioneering into the male bastion of academia i... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Case of the Frightened Lady

An enjoyable, classic stately home 'whodunit' murder mystery. Edgar Wallace's 1930's-set story brought to stage by an all-star cast. With in... READ MORE

Eating Out

Kebabish spices up Mill Road

KO -- Kebabish Original -- the new restaurant on Mill Road in Cambridge, hits the spot with its own special version of Indo-Pakistini cuisin... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Merchant of Venice: hits home

Shakespeare's Globe on Tour rolled into town last night with a heartfelt, music-filled, stereotype-breaking version of The Merchant of Venic... READ MORE


BlacKkKlansmany: hugely funny

Spike Lee's account of black detective Ron Stallworth's efforts to infiltrate and expose the Ku Klux Klan during the 1970s is furiously funn... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

The League of Gentlemen return

Local people gathered in earnest at a packed Corn Exchange to witness the surreal and sometimes rather disturbing humour of the League of Ge... READ MORE

Art & style

The Paston Treasure exhibition

A remarkable painting in the Norfolk Castle Museum has come under the international spotlight, resulting in an exhibition which reveals the ... READ MORE

Art & style

WW1 Art Trail Bury St Edmunds

Poignant art trail around Bury St Edmunds commemorates the ending of WW1 unveiling hitherto little known aspects of the war in a series of h... READ MORE


Movies on the Meadows 2018

Over the August Bank Holiday weekend (24th-27th August), the 10th edition of Movies on the Meadows will bring more than 12 films, over 4 nig... READ MORE

Festivals & outdoor

Cambridge Folk Festival Review

This was my first Cambridge Folk Festival and it was love at first sight. Wandering into the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall on Thursday eveni... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Doom's Day: Experimental

A young, energetic cast takes us through the life of an ordinary, yet extraordinary man form small town USA, who, in his own quiet way, coul... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Alternate Slices: new drama

A sometimes dark, sometimes funny and always fascinating look at what we all yearn to know - just how could our lives had turned out if we h... READ MORE

Things to do

Unique WW2 ROC Control Room

Old buildings can hold hidden secrets and the newly conserved Bury St Edmunds Guildhall certainly holds some unusual ones including a unique... READ MORE

Classical & Jazz

Joe Stilgoe a musical delight

It's rare to find a musical phenomenon that works , in a Festival featuring the best of classical ensembles from all over the world, but Joe... READ MORE

Things to do

Best Roof Top Bars Cambridge

Drink al fresco at one of Cambridge's roof top bars in the city centre. From terraces with breathtaking views of the Cambridge Colleges to t... READ MORE

Eating Out

Stem + Glory cafe - Glorious

Stem + Glory really needs to be renamed 'Stem + Glorious'. An exciting new venture which ticks all the right boxes Lovely food, good prices ... READ MORE

Eating Out

Punt Yard Restaurant - new

Not only does the The Punt Yard hark back to the 1960s in its mis-matched retro furniture, it takes a 60s counter-culture spirit in adopting... READ MORE

Eating Out

Old Bicycle Shop eatery review

The Old Bicycle Shop bar and restaurant promises fresh food and a special focus on novel vegetarian and vegan delights, with locally-sourced... READ MORE

Eating Out

Abjad Hawaz pan-Arabian eatery

Inside the big bright shopfront of the first pan-Arabian eatery in Cambridge you might not even notice the script of Arabic letters decorati... READ MORE


Norwich's best public parks

Demobbed soldiers after World War I transformed the city, bequeathing to Norwich the leafy, green-lined, rich-in-public-spaces it has today,... READ MORE

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