Well, we’ve almost got through a very grey and murky January so here’s the what’s on listing for February. It’s an eclectic mix of events that come to my attention so if you know about an event that could be included, please get in touch via my Contact page. I’ll update this listing through the month, so it’s worth checking back every so often.
The railings at Great St Mary’s Church
2nd 5.30pm Migration 2018: Art and Migration. Lady Margaret Hall, Sidgwick Avenue
3rd 10am – 12pm Ages 11 – 15, 1pm – 2.30pm Ages 7 – 10 Come and Play at Trinity. Music making for young instrumentalists. Trinity College. Email email@example.com
3rd 1pm St Clement’s Players. Mozart, Haydn, Sammartini. St Clement’s Church, Bridge Street
3rd 7.30pm Fairytales for Grown Ups: Grim Grimms. The Crick Crack Club with Ben Haggarty. Cambridge Junction
3rd 7.30pm East Anglia Chamber Orchestra. Mendelssohn and Vaughan Williams. West Road Concert Hall
3rd 7.30pm Wine Gums Comedy Night. Cambridge University Centre Wine Bar, CB2
3rd 9.30pm Messiaen. King’s College Music Society. King’s College Hall. Tickets on the door
5th 7.45pm Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. Screening of the 1920 movie with live organ improvisation by David Briggs. The Leys School Chapel
8th 8pm Ben Crosland Quintet plays the Ray Davies Songbook. Hidden Rooms, Jesus Lane
9th 5.30pm Migration 2018: Refugee Migration. Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue.
9/10th AHBAB Festival. Cambridge Junction
9/14th e-Luminate Festival at venues around the city
http://www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk/e-luminate and see my January blog post too
9th 10pm Valerie Welbanks Solo Cello. Saariaho, Crumb and Bach. King’s College Chapel
10th Kettles Yard re-opens. Castle Street, CB3.
11th 4pm Be My Love Charity Gala for Arthur Rank Hospice and Multiple System Atrophy Trust. Michaelhouse, Trinity Street. For tickets email firstname.lastname@example.org
11th 8.30pm The Chilingirian Quartet. Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. Selwyn College Hall
13th 4.30pm Twilight at the Museums at venues around the city
http://www.museums.cam.ac.uk/twilight and see my blog post too
14th 7pm Valentine’s Day Blind Wine Tasting. l’Alliance Francaise Cambridge, Hills Road email@example.com
14th 7.30pm The Endellion String Quartet. Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven. West Road Concert Hall
15th 7.30pm Romsey Mill Charity Quiz Night. C3 Centre, CB1
16th 5.30pm Migration 2018: Disease Migration. Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue
16th 7.30pm Mortal Voices, The Academy of Ancient Music. Pergolesi, Corelli and Handel. West Road Concert Hall
http://www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk/tickets. Please note there is a free pre-concert talk at 6.30pm.
18th 2pm Introduction to Tennyson. Stapleford Granary, CB22
20/24th 7.45pm Spring Awakening. Brickhouse Theatre Company. Robinson College, CB3
22/24th 7.45pm and Sat.1.30pm L’Elisir D’Amore, Donizetti. Cambridge University Opera Society. West Road Concert Hall
23rd 5.30pm Migration 2018: The Partition of India and Migration. Lady Mitchell Hall, Sidgwick Avenue
23/25th Watersprite Film Festival at venues across the city
http://www.watersprite.org.uk and see my blog post too
24th 7.30pm The Academy of Great St Mary’s. Brahms, Weber, Schumann. Great St Mary’s Church
To remind us that Spring is on the way!!