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

Theatre & shows

Six, a Cambridge-born musical

Though football didn?t come home, Six, a Cambridge-born musical which opened at the Cambridge Arts Theatre, certainly has. Toby Marlow and L... READ MORE


Incredibles 2- joyful, clever

Fourteen years on from the original, Pixar's Incredibles 2 doesn't disappoint, instead offering more of the clever, engaging and funny atmos... READ MORE


Art of Light show: incredible

Stained glass as you have never seen it before is on display at the Sainsbury Centre in Norwich. Light floods through incredible stained gla... READ MORE


The Elephants of Norwich

It only took a few minutes for the Elephants of Norwich to become an essential part of the city's heritage. Attracting massive crowds, these... READ MORE


She'Koyokh: Exuberant

Evenings in the Botanical gardens have been a fabulous success as each Wednesday offers a new 6.15 speciality . Last night's band She'Koyokh... READ MORE

Classical & Jazz

Gould Trio: stylish ensemble

The Gould Trio are quietly one of the world's greatest and produce a heavenly sound in the gorgeous surroundings of Jesus College. Only an e... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

The Final Curtain - a new play

For all Holmes fans this is a real treat and features some of the great actors of our time, Liza Goddard and Robert Powell are superb to see... READ MORE

Gigs & Nightlife

Cambridge Folk Fest - Preview

The Cambridge Folk Festival returns to the grounds of Cherry Hinton Hall in 2-5 August, one of the longest running and most celebrated folk ... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Iolanthe - An all male romp

Talent is in abundance with brilliant singing and comic capers in this original all-male production of Iolanthe. The cast throw their all in... READ MORE

Things to do

Royal Norfolk Show

Sunshine, agriculture, show jumping and a stunning WW1 memorial involving a MkIV Tank attracted massive numbers to the two day Royal Norfol... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Anything Goes - vibrant satire

From the first glimpse of the white ship and the sailor suits, this show gripped and didn't let go! Cole Porter's Anything Goes is a vibrant... READ MORE

Classical & Jazz

Philharmonia Orchestra - Grand

The Cambridge Classical Concert Series ended its 2017-18 season in grand style at the Corn Exchange with the mighty Philharmonia Orchestra o... READ MORE

Things to do

Summer Beer Festivals

Even though the Cambridge Beer Festival is over, there are plenty of other beer festivals taking place in and around Cambridge - from festiv... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Mischief Movie Night - improv

'There is no such thing as a mistake', is the current mantra of improvisation, from the missed note of a jazz musician, a slipped move from ... READ MORE


Hereditary: terrifying

This disturbing and brilliantly gripping tale of supernatural horror and family disintegration will make your jaw drop and your eyes grow wi... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Great Expectations: bold

Great Expectations opened at the Arts Theatre in a long evening of bold theatricality. It is tempting with Charles Dickens' much-loved story... READ MORE


Drawn to the coast exhibition

Graffitti by Constable, Turner's sketchbook along with countless stunning paintings of the East Anglian coast are on display in a new exhibi... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

CCATS the musical: strong

Those Jellicle Cats were on top feline form in this stylish mew-sical, and set in a 1930s nightclub. Lloyd-Webber's mewsical created from 'O... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

A Midsummer Night's Dream

Be warned ? 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' which burst on to the stage at the Arts Theatre last night, is not what you would expect. That is pu... READ MORE


Voice Project Choir: New style

The Voice Project is definitely no ordinary community choir. Very few of its members can read music. It has appeared on TV and radio, and in... READ MORE


The Breadwinner: beautiful

The Breadwinner is a richly animated family drama set in war-torn Kabul, Afghanistan, in which the harsh realities of life under the Taliban... READ MORE


Deadpool 2: Hilarious

Following on from its predecessor with the same sense of wreckless abandon and love of the profane, Deadpool 2 is at its most successful whe... READ MORE


Norwich fetes Visible Women

How many female artists are represented in public art collections? Very few - which is why Norwich Castle has launched a new exhibition foc... READ MORE

Theatre & shows

Love from a Stranger

Billed as one of Agatha Christie's plays, this is an adaptation of one her early short stories of 1924 by actor and writer Frank Vosper. The... 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


The Beguiled - melodrama

Gorgeous photography and strong performances make Sofia Coppola's Southern gothic melodrama The Beguiled linger in the memory, though the su... READ MORE

Travel, talks & tours

Marseille: a train ride away

Now the temptation to hop on the straight-through service to the Mediterranean is almost irresistible. Look up at the Departures Board at Lo... READ MORE

Eating Out

Thela: Indian street food

With plenty of Indian street food dishes to choose from, such as pav bhaaji, calamari fry, pani puri and masala dosa, there is something new... READ MORE


Food trucks: Veggie-friendly?

Let's do lunch... For vegetarians sampling the delights of Cambridge's food trucks isn't as simple as pick a truck, any truck; options can b... READ MORE

Eating Out

Best Afternoon tea places 2017

Many great minds have expressed strong feelings about tea, and with good reason; taking a good afternoon tea, like wearing silk socks or dri... 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

Eating Out

Family eating Saffron Walden

Taking your kids out to eat? Dreading the embarrassment? I have spent hours scouring Saffron Walden and around for child-friendly establishm... READ MORE

Sports & Outdoor

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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