What's on in Cambridge this weekend 27th to 29th November?
22nd November 2015
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Once again, there are many events happening this weekend in Cambridge with many occurring across all three days including:

Cambridge Jazz Festival in venues across Cambridge – the festival a celebration of the huge variety of music that jazz encompasses, from gypsy jazz to funk, from solo artists to big bands and to open jazz up to new audiences, particularly young people, and to give them the chance to get involved as well as come and listen.

North Pole Cambridge Christmas Festival - Skate in style at one of the most stunning open-air ice rinks the UK has to offer and glide around the 600m Ice Rink

Santa's Grotto @ Frosts Garden Centre - A unique family experience that lasts just over 45 minutes and is the ultimate way to visit Santa.

Cambridge College Tour - including Kings and Pembroke Colleges - the Blue and Green Badge Guides bring the history of Cambridge to life with fun facts and great stories.

Friday 27th November

Sister Act at Cambridge Arts Theatre - fabulous, family-friendly, feel-good show  is packed with songs inspired by motown, funk, soul and disco.

International Meal Out! - A wonderful international meal with adults from many different countries!

Anglesey Abbey Winter Lights - Walk through the gardens illuminated at night for three weekends before Christmas. 


Saturday 28st November

Sister Act at Cambridge Arts Theatre
- fabulous, family-friendly, feel-good show is packed with songs inspired by motown, funk, soul and disco. 

Following Hercules - The Story of Classical art  – go and see how sculptures made in the Mediterranean millennia ago came to define western art.

Chain Reaction - Drop in Building workshop - Put your creative building hat on and have a go at making some crazy contraptions for a chain reaction

Saturday Tour of the Fitzwilliam Museum - Enjoy a one-hour introductory tour of the Museum’s collections

Saint Petersburg Classic Ballet - Swan Lake  - Swan Lake is performed in all its original splendour by some of the world's finest dancers.

Jenny Éclair @ Cambridge Junction - Jenny Eclair is younger than Madonna but eats crisps and likes wine. Semi –bearded and suffering from outbreaks of gout and hysteria, Eclair puts middle age under the microscope and decides whether to laugh, cry or buy a dachshund!

Kuda Till Dawn: Kisstory's Neev - Kuda Til Dawn returns this Saturday! Party till the sun comes up at Kuda

White Noise @ Cambridge Junction - HOUSE  - DRUM & BASS - GARAGE - BASS MUSIC


Sunday 29th November 

Bear and Butterfly at Cambridge Junction
- Puppetry, live music and beautiful storytelling combine in this charming tale about love, loss and friendship, for ages 4+ and their families.

Ronald Searle - This exhibition is drawn from a recent gift of the artist’s work, generously presented to the Museum by his children in 2014.

And remember there's also lots of events happening in Cambridge throughout the week!

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