Summer Exhibition at Grantchester Village Hall, Saturday 27th to Monday 29th August 2016, 10.30am - 5.30pm. FREE Entry. The Exhibition will have both framed and unframed work, as well as cards. The adjoining ValPatisserie will be serving home-made cakes (including gluten-free). The exhibition will be held at Grantchester Village Hall, High Street, Grantchester, Cambridge, CB3 9NF. This is an ideal opportunity for visitors to buy original art from local professional and amateur artists, in a variety of subjects and media including oils, acrylics, watercolours, mixed media and pastels.
Leontes, King of Sicilia, is driven mad with irrational jealousy, convinced that his wife, Hermione, is having an affair with his childhood friend, Polixenes, and that the child she is bearing is not his own.
Shakespeare’s brilliant farce of mistaken identity and slap-stick frivolity is set in the superb setting of Trinity College gardens.
Your in for a treat! The Key Youth Theatre are back to perform Little Shop of Horrors on the 24th - 27th of August.
Join the Wildlife Trust on a Bat Safari punt for adventures at dusk towards Grantchester Meadows.
Bad Monkey Driver deliver quality rock covers from the 70s to date. With a varied set, from likes of Thin Lizzy to Duran Duran there is usually something for everyone.
This is the first time the Market Inn has seen 'JACK' perform live so why not pop down and see what they are all about.
Visit Skylark car boot sale in March to pick up some great bargains.
The car boot sale takes place on Sunday mornings throughout the year. The site is open to sellers from 6.30am and buyers from 7.30am. The sale closes at 12 noon. If you are selling then a car costs £6. Vans and cars with trailers from £7 to £10 depending on the size. No booking is necessary. Entrance 50p
Music, real instruments, and real fun, with all sessions taught by a fully qualified classroom music teacher!