Kettle’s Yard, one of Cambridge’s best-loved contemporary art spaces, is once again open to the public. Although its opening hours are fairly restricted, the venue is now welcoming visitors to its house and galleries from 11am to 5pm on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The gallery’s live webcam installation and virtual tour offerings proved popular over lockdown, but as many art lovers would agree, there’s nothing quite like experiencing the artwork in person. One of Kettle’s Yard’s most popular exhibitions to date, the bold and provocative Linderism, is still running until 11 October. It’s a disruptive and confrontational exploration of famed artist Linder’s often controversial work – make sure to catch it if you haven’t already. Entry to the house and galleries is free, but timed tickets must be booked in advance on the Kettle’s Yard website.