What’s on in Cambridge – March

Crocuses by the River Cam, Cambridge
Crocuses by the River Cam

Well, Spring is definitely in the air and there’s lots happening in the city this month – in particular there are some wonderful concerts to enjoy.  I’ll update this listing through the month so if you know of an event that could be included, please let me know through my Contact page.

4 – 16th    8am – 5pm  Spring Exhibition.  Quy Art Group.  Work by six local artists in a variety of media.  Michaelhouse Cafe, Trinity Street.  Closed Sundays.

5, 12 and 19th    7pm  Meditation and Emotional Intelligence.  Michaelhouse, Trinity Street.  cambridge.cea@gmail.com

7 – 10th    Watersprite International Student Film Festival.  http://www.watersprite.org.uk  Read more about Watersprite here and here

7th    6.45pm  Parasitic Plants: a question of degree.  Cambridge Natural History Society.  David Attenborough Building, New Museums Site, Pembroke Street  http://www.cnhs.org.uk

7th    7pm  Cam Lates: Pacific Late.  Museum of Archeology and Anthropology.  Facebook:@cambridgeuniversitymuseums  Read more about Cam Lates here

8th (until 22nd April)    Hannah Kemp-Welch: Hyperlocal Radio.  The 2018 Open House artist-in-residence  shares the process and outcome of her year-long residency with North Cambridge communities.  Kettle’s Yard.  http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk  Read more about Kettle’s Yard here

8th    6 – 9pm  LATE at Kettle’s Yard.  http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk  Read more about LATE at Kettle’s Yard here

8th    8pm  New Worlds, New Voices.  Sims-Williams, Strauss, Dvorak.  Cambridge Graduate Orchestra.  West Road Concert Hall.  http://www.cambridgegraduateorchestra.com

8th    8pm  International Women’s Day Concert.  Part of the Cambridge Female Composers Festival.  Trinity College Chapel.  http://www.cambridgefemalecomposers.com/events

9th    10am – 4pm  Cambridge Vintage Kilo Sale.  St Paul’s, Hills Road.  Facebook:  Cambridge Vintage Kilo Sale

9th    6pm  Sisters, Saints and Sirens.  A blend of cabaret, Latin American, classical and opera.  The Lucy Cavendish Singers.  Emmanuel United Reformed Church.  http://www.lucycavendishsingers.org.uk

9th    7.30pm  Liszt and Debussy: The Composer as Narrator.  Clare Hall Intimate Engagements.  Book through music@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

9th    8pm  Choral Favourites Concert.  Vivaldi, Handel, Faure, Parry and more.  Trinity Singers.  Trinity College Chapel.  http://www.tcms.org.uk/the-trinity-singers.  Tickets on the door.

10th    2 – 4pm  Motherhood, Makers and Female Artists.  Kettle’s Yard.  http://www.kettlesyard.co.uk

10th    7.30pm  Black Fen Folk Club presents Saul Bailey and Megan Wisdom.  NCI Club, Holland Street.  http://www.wegottickets.com/event/456079

10th    8pm  King’s Voices Lent Concert.  Mosolov, Mozart, Greening, Willcocks.  King’s College Chapel. http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk

11 – 24th    Cambridge Science Festival.  http://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk  Read more about the Science Festival here

12th    7.30 – 9pm  Talk: Ginger Beer and Silicon Chips.  The curious tale of a building in Willis Road.  Mill Road History Society.  Ross Street Community Centre  http://www.millroadhistory.org.uk

13 – 23rd    7.45pm (some matinees)  Legally Blonde, The Musical.  ADC Theatre.  http://www.adctheatre.com

14th    8pm  John Rutter with the Orchestra and Choir of Clare College Music Society.  Butterworth, Grieg, Rutter.  West Road Concert Hall.  http://www.adcticketing.com

16th    2 – 5.30pm  Study Day: Understanding Macbeth.  Literature Cambridge.  Stapleford Granary, CB22.  http://www.literaturecambridge.co.uk  Read more about Literature Cambridge here

16th    5.30pm  Foundation Concert.  Bruckner and Elgar.  Members of King’s College Choir (past and present) and Cambridge University Orchestra, conducted by Stephen Cleobury,  King’s College Chapel.  http://www.kings.cam.ac.uk

16th    7.30pm  Mass in B Minor, Bach.  New Cambridge Singers with the Cambridge Baroque Camerata.  St John’s College Chapel.  http://www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk

16th    7.30pm  The Seasons, Haydn.  Cambridge Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus.  West Road Concert Hall.  http://www.cambridgephilharmonic.com

17th    10am – 5pm  “What A Nerve”.  Contemporary art exhibition and talk series exploring all aspects of living with Multiple Sclerosis.  Cambridge Union Society Debating Chamber, Bridge Street.  Free, fully accessible.  http://www.sciencefestival.cam.ac.uk/events/what-nerve

19th    7pm  Sing Joyfully.  Voces 8.  Trinity College Chapel.  http://www.CambridgeEarlyMusic.org

23rd    2.30 – 4pm  NCT Cambridge Nearly New Sale.  Cambridge Regional College, CB4.  Facebook: @NctCambridgeNNS

23rd    7.30pm  Faure Requiem, Cantique de Jean Racine and Ave Verum.  The Leys Choral Society.  The Leys School Chapel, Trumpington Street.  Tickets from http://www.theleys.net/boxoffice

23 – 30th    10am – 5.30pm  Art Exhibition, Cambridge Drawing Society.  Original paintings, drawings, prints and sculptures.  Pitt Building, Trumpington Street.  Free admission.  http://www.cambridgedrawingsociety.org

24th    3.30pm  Sounds of Spring.  Vocal concert, fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support, followed by tea and cake.  Lee Hall, Wolfson College.  mjh64@cam.ac.uk

30 – 31st    10am  Cambridge Home and Garden Show.  The Guildhall, Market Hill.  http://www.camhomeshow.com  Read more about the Show here

30th    7.30pm  St John Passion, Bach.  Collegium Laureatum.  West Road Concert Hall.  tickets@collegium.org.uk

Apple blossom
Apple blossom in my garden

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