Cambridge Literary Festival has received a ‘financial lifeline’ from the government’s £1.57bn Culture Recovery Fund.
Comedian David Mitchell, novelist Matt Haig and Poet Laureate Simon Armitage are among the famous names taking part in Cambridge Literary Festival’s Winter Online Festival 2020.
Macbeth is coming to Cambridge for two socially distanced performances at a city church.
Creatives have confirmed Cambridge’s ADC Theatre will finally reopen this autumn.
Cambridge University is giving members of the public the opportunity to interview a celebrated Italian writer through a live online event.
Mummies, medicinal roses, dodos, and unusual treasures: this month’s Open Cambridge heritage weekend is not short of a few surprises for those looking to get their cultural fix.
The Open Cambridge 2020 special online programme has been launched, featuring over 30 events suitable for everyone curious about the history and heritage of the city.
Rescheduled film screenings have been announced for the Cambridge drive-in festival at Trumpington Park and Ride after bad weather forced Friday night’s movies to be cancelled.
The countdown has begun for this year’s digital Open Cambridge heritage weekend, with only four weeks to go until viewers can log on and learn more about the city and beyond.
Vibrant paintings by a former Turner Prize nominated artist are to go on display in a Cambridge hospital to brighten up the rehabilitation gymnasiums.
Town and gown have joined forces to create a series of digital events that celebrate the history and heritage of Cambridge and beyond.
Let’s rock – again! There’s another chance to see this year’s Virtual Cambridge Rock Festival online this week.
A drive-in cinema is coming to Cambridge next month for eight magical nights of movies.
Organisers of the Cambridge Folk Festival are encouraging music fans to take part online at home this year in the absence of the annual live event.
Budding photographers are being encouraged to enter their lockdown images of Cambridgeshire for an online gallery.
Cambridge Science Festival has cancelled all hands-on events across both weekends of the festival.
A Downton Abbey star and an Absolutely Fabulous favourite are among the performers set to appear at Cambridge Arts Theatre this year.