Guildhall Tea dances
Please join us for an afternoon dancing down memeory lane, accompanied by a live Organist.
1pm till 4pm £4 entry on the door, includes refreshements.
January 23rd - David Last
February 13th - Peter Day
March 20th - Peter Day
April 3rd - Peter Day
May 21st (Please note this is a Tuesday) - David Last
September 18th - David Last
October 9th - Elizabeth Harrison
November 27th - Elizabeth Harrison
December 11th - David Last
Cambridge Vegan Market | Guildhall | 27 January
The Cambridge Vegan Market is into its fourth year and will feature over 40 stalls selling a huge variety of vegan food, clothes, drinks, cosmetics and more.
Admission: £2, children go free
PBFA Book Fair | 15 - 16 February
Aficionados of everything to do with old Books, Prints, Maps, Manuscripts and Book related illustrations and objects ( including an Enid Blyton jacket which will be for sale) will know that February is the month for the annual PBFA Premier Cambridge Book Fair. This will be held as for many years in the Guildhall on Friday the 15th (noon-6-00 pm) and Saturday 16th (10.00 am –5.00 pm). Approximately 80 dealers will attend and will bring their usual interesting mix of books etc with them to tempt Cambridge’s eager buying public with. Nearer to the time, details of highlights set to appear at the Fair, will find their way onto the P.B.F.A.’s brand new website, currently under development. It will be as ever, a weekend full of fun,surprises and sheer heavenly “bookishness.”
The Provincial Booksellers Fairs Association is one of the biggest organisers of Antiquarian and Second hand Book fairs in the world and Cambridge is one of our “Premier” Fairs. find out more at www.pbfa.org
Do come and join us!
Mastana | Guildhall | 23 February
Mastana is among the largest Indian cultural show in East Anglia, showcasing the finest singers, dancers, actors and more. Brighten up your February with the colours of South Asia.
Cambridge Science Festival 2019 | Guildhall | 15-17 March
Featuring events ranging from astronomy to zoology, the 2019 Cambridge Science Festival welcomes everyone to explore, discuss and discover science through talks, hands-on activities, performances, films and exhibitions. Bring the kids and spark their curiosity!
The Home and Garden Show | 28 - 31 March
Cambridge’s dedicated home and garden design event returns. Featuring a packed exhibition hall, talks and workshops, and free consultations with professionals, it’s everything you need to design your dream home.
Faulty Towers Dining Experience | 10 April
When the audience become diners in the ‘Faulty Towers’ restaurant, pretty much anything can happen – because two-thirds of the show is improvised. The fun hurtles along in a 2-hour tour de force of gags and shambolic service as Basil, Sybil and Manuel serve a ‘70s-style 3-course meal together with a good dollop of mayhem. Expect the unexpected!
TICKETS: £58, tickets can be purchased HERE
EAT Cambridge | 11 May
Taste your way round our array of food and drink stalls at the EAT Cambridge food and drink fair, and don’t forget to pick up some tasty titbits to take home with you.