What’s On Events in Cambridge: June 2013
What's On Events in Cambridge: June 2013
Cambridge's ever popular free music and arts festivalis back on Midsumeer Common, Saturday 1 June. Strawberry Fair is a feast for music lovers. Throughout the Fair, all day you can enjoy an eclectic range of music from performers both local and from further afield. Fair-goers can also delight in an abundance of alternative, often quirky entertainments including comedy and poetry slams, physical theatre and visual arts. There's plenty to keep the kids safely occupied too in the dedicated kids area. Strawberry Fair is a free event, run by volunteers who want to give the people of Cambrdge and beyond a fun and happy day out
Not much is known about tonight’s show but the whatever the award winning Daniel Kitson delivers is sure to be something special. Kitson started his comedic career as many do, on the stand-up comedy circuit, appearing (hugely successfully) at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival before opting for warmer climes at the Melbourne Fringe Festival. For over 10 years, Kitson has been performing stand-up across the world as well as appearing on radio and TV programmes. Get down to the Junction this June to see what the hugely talented Daniel Kitson has to offer.
Something terrible has happened! Everyone’s favourite little adventurer, Dora the Explorer, has lost her favourite teddy, Osito! Her search brings her to Cambridge this weekend. Can you help Dora travel to the City of the Lost Toys and reunite her with Osito? Nickelodeon’s hugely successful show embarks on an exciting live tour full of adventure, music and fun. This is a great event for little ones and brings learning to life, the fun way.
All the fun of the fair from traditional funfair activities to the latest thrill-a-minute rides – all steeped in over 800 years of history from wed 19th June to Monday 24th June 2013 at Midsummer Common, Cambridge.
Presented by the Cambridge-based Sky Blue Theatre Company and written by John CollingsPresented by the Cambridge-based Sky Blue Theatre Company and written by John Collings, Real Love is a touching, beautiful tale of a lonely girl who lives with her mother and is on the long search for love. Local sixth form students have been given the opportunity to be part of the cast and crew for this musical play. Real Love is an exciting play, having already won the Steyning Play Festival and being the runner up in the Song of the Year competition. All performances are in aid of Macmillan Cancer Care.
In 1994, one of the UK’s best and most popular rock bands played their final gig to a sold out Royal Albert Hall. Nearly two decades later, Little Angels return to do what they do best. Last summer saw the band reunite for a special guest performance at the Download Festival. Tonight they bring their exciting new show to the Junction. With support from Curran.