Our round up of the best gigs in Cambridge this month...
Slow Club at The Portland Arms
Former Czars frontman back at the Cambridge Junction
Romsey gets literal with the Art Festival's aptly-titled SOUND & VISION Festival, film and music brought together for you by SHINDIG.
"the duo’s fine voices and eye for talent for a heartfelt solo that keeps an audience watching and listening on edge."
review // Night Watch Festival at Cambridge Junction
"A performer holding poses of R’n’B album covers, a Canadian girl who read poems in an unflattering leotard, and a fully naked male who tried to 'make being ill look sexy'..." Lisa Buckby went to Night Watch, and lived to tell the tale... 3 weeks ago
preview // Night Watch Festival
A 24-hour marathon of new and original work, delivered by some of the UK's most innovative performers. 1 month ago
review // Gustav Metzger ‘Lift Off’ at Kettle’s Yard
"The exhibition centres around work made under Metzger’s Auto-Creative Art Manifesto, rather than the more famous destructive one, made between the late 50’s and early 70’s which is ‘an art of change, growth, movement" 1 month ago
review // Ian Rawlinson ‘Vessel’
Memory, archeology and alchemy... Artist Ian Rawlinson excavates Cambridge through a series of new paintings, exhibited at Williams Art. 1 month ago
Gustav Metzger: Lift Off! comes to Cambridge
"When I was young I wanted art that would lift off – that would levitate, gyrate, bring together different – perhaps contradictory aspects of my being" 2 months ago
Alexander the Great: a Folk Operetta to play the Cambridge Junction
"Inspired by the groundbreaking concert films of the 1980s, the show takes its cues from Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Tom Waits" 2 months ago
review // 30 Bird – Domestic Labour, a Study in Love at the Cambridge Junction
"There are some wonderful vignettes to cherish and which have left an imprint in my mind since the show" 2 months ago