10 Things You Need To Do In Cambridge This February

 

1. Craig Charles: Funk and Soul Club

See DJ, actor and TV presenter Craig Charles bring his legendary Funk and Soul Club to Cambridge Junction on Friday 5 February. Tickets start at £16. Click here for more info. 

www.junction.co.uk

 

2. Reeves and Mortimer

Catch comedy duo Vic and Bob, who are on the road for the first time since 1995. They’ll be stopping by at the Corn Exchange on 12 February and you can expect music, magic, dancing and lots of laughter. Click here for more info.

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3. Naomi Davies

See beautiful illustrations of Cambridge by local artist Naomi Davies, who has an exhibition at Hot Numbers on Gwydir Street from 18 February. The exhibition is free to attend, and will feature her latest paintings of life in our fair city. Click here for more info. 

www.naomidaviesart.co.uk 

 

4. Bloc Party and the NME Awards Tour

Watch cult band Bloc Party headline the Cambridge leg of the NME Awards Tour, which hits the Corn Exchange on 9 February. Drenge, Rat Boy and Bugzy Malone complete the line-up. Click here for more info. 

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5. E-Luminate Festival 

Enjoy spectacular illuminations across the city as part of the e-Luminate Festival, which takes place 12-17 February. Click here for more info. 

www.e-luminatefestivals.co.uk

 

6. The Emperor

Take a trip to Hills Road pub The Emperor, which has been transformed into a stylish tapas bar with an awesome new menu. Click here for more info. 

www.theemperorcambridge.com

 

7. Twilight at the Museums

Take your family on an after dark adventure on 17 February, when museums across the city will be open late with lots of fun activities. Take the kids and see what you can see! Click here for more info.

www.cam.ac.uk/museums-and-collections 

 

8. Cambridge History Festival

Get another cultural fix this month at the second Cambridge History Festival. It’s running from 17 February until 12 March and it’s jam packed with things to see and do, including new original music from the team of CBBC’s Horrible Histories. Click here for more info. 

www.folkmuseum.org.uk  

 

9. Guerrilla Kitchen

Famous for their mind-blowingly good bao, street food favourites Guerrilla Kitchen are taking up residence at Novi this month, replacing Steak & Honour. Steamed buns and botanical cocktails? Yes please. Click here for more info. 

www.guerrillakitchen.co.uk

 

10. Hairspray

Sing along at the feel-good musical Hairspray musical, which will be whisking Cambridge audiences off to 1960s Baltimore from 15-20 February. Click here for more info.

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