What’s On in January

So here’s the first what’s on listing for the year.  I’ll update this through the month so do check back every so often and if you know about an event that could be listed, please get in touch via my Contact page.

Just to remind you that if you want a final skating session at The North Pole on Parker’s Piece, be quick as it shuts on 8th January.  And if you haven’t made it to the Degas exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum yet, get there soon as it closes on 14th January – details at http://www.fitzmuseum.cam.ac.uk

Railings
The railings at All Saints Passage

6th    Camyoga Open Day (also 13th and 20th).  Free taster sessions at three locations. http://www.camyoga.co.uk

8th    Life Drawing Class.  Various days and times.  Buchan Street Centre, CB4 http://www.cambridgelifedrawing.co.uk

9th – 13th    7.45pm Company.  Festival Players.  http://www.adctheatre.com

11th    7pm Introduction to pen, pencil and ink drawing class.  5 weeks.  Barton Pavilion. http://www.made-in-ely.com

12th    10.45am South African Writing: Poetry, Prose, Theatre. 9 weeks. St Andrew’s Baptist Church, CB2.  http://www.wea-eastern.org.uk

12th – 13th    7.30pm Bring It On, The Musical.  Mumford Theatre.  http://www.anglia.ac.uk/mumfordtheatre

13th    2pm and 4pm Tim and Tom’s Symphonic Adventure.  Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra.  West Road Concert Hall.  http://www.cam-phil.org.uk

13th    6pm King’s Voices.  Evensong for the choir’s 20th anniversary.  King’s College.  http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/kings-voices-anniversary-evensong.html

13th    7.30pm Cambridge Graduate Orchestra.  Handel, Strauss and Rossini.  Corpus Christi Chapel.  http://www.cambridgegraduateorchestra.com

16th    7.30pm The King’s Singers with the Choir of King’s College.  50th Anniversary Gala Concert.  http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk/concerts

Chapel
The view from my pew in King’s College Chapel on Christmas Day

16th – 20th    7.45pm Much Ado About Nothing.  Cambridge University European Theatre Group.  http://www.adctheatre.com

17th – 20th    7.30pm Sweeney Todd.  Cambridge Operatic Society.  http://www.cambridgeartstheatre.com

19th    5.30pm Migration 2018: Black and British Migration.  Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue.  http://www.darwin.cam.ac.uk/lectures

19th    8pm Bringing It All Back Home, Flavors of American Music.  The Portland Arms, CB4.  http://www.cambridgeamericana.com

20th    7.30pm Sinfonia of Cambridge.  Tchaikovsky, Elgar and Dvorak.  West Road Concert Hall.  http://www.sinfoniaofcambridge.org.uk

26th    5.30pm Migration 2018: Immigration and Freedom.  Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue.  http://www.darwin.cam.ac.uk/lectures

28th    2pm Reading Great Expectations.  Stapleford Granary, CB22.  http://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk

28th    7.30pm Sampson Orchestra.  Romance and Revolution:  Rachmaninov, Shostakovich and Khachaturian.  In aid of Camsight.  West Road Concert Hall.  Tickets from sally.n@camsight.org.uk

 

 

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