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The cool, quirky and unmissable in Cambridgeshire this week.

 

Milton Maize Maze, Milton, Fri 14 July – Tues 5 Sept

Milton Maize

Struggling for holiday inspiration and they haven’t even broken up yet!  Where else round ‘ere parts can you tackle a giant maize maze, enjoy the farm animals and tractor rides and come across a stray bouncy castle.  There’s a cafe on site for necessary sustinence.

Milton Maize, Rectory Farm, A10 Milton Bypass, Milton, Cambridge CB24 6AE.themiltonmaizemaze.co.uk

 

Stick Man, Cambridge Corn Exchange, Mon 4 Sept – Tues 5 Sept 

Stick Man

Scamp Theatre’s delightful adaptation of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Stick Man features a trio of top actors and is packed full of puppetry, songs, live music and funky moves.It’s suitable for all aged 3+ but all ages are welcome. Go on book it up – you’ll have more fun than you can shake a stick at (boom boom!)

Cambridge Corn Exchange, 2 Wheeler St, Cambridge CB2 3QB, cambridgelivetrust.co.uk
Tee Hee in the Tipi, The Willow Tree, Bourn, Thurs 7 Sept
Willow tree Bourn
Jessica Fostekew is headlining this month’s comedy tent at the magical Willow Tree. Joining her is Birmingham based Freddie Farell, Fiona Rirdgewell (semi-finalist in Funny Women 2015, and a Golden Jester Finalist in the same year), Lovdev Barpaga and MC Chris Norton Walker. Enjoy a late summer’s evening of giggles & drinks in deck chairs with twinkling lights & fire pits.
The Willow Tree, 29 High St, Bourn, Cambridge CB23 2SQ, facebook.com

Outdoor Cinema: Jungle Book, The Fitzwilliam Museum, Fri 8 Sept

Fitzwilliam Museum

 Banish the back-to-school blues and enjoy an evening of classic cinema with the family. The Fitzwilliam Museum have joined forces with pop-up cinema company Venture Cinema to bring you Disney’s classic animated version of The Jungle Book on the big screen. So bring a blanket, pack some snacks and gather on the Museum’s lawn for some old-school entertainment.

Fitzwilliam Museum, Trumpington St, Cambridge CB2 1RB, museums.cam.ac.uk

The Real Thing, Cambridge Arts Theatre, Wed 6 Sept – Sat 16 Sept

The Real Thing Cambridgea Arts Theatre

This new production of Tom Soppard’s award-winning play stars Laurence Fox (Lewis, A Room with a View, Gosford Park) opens in  Cambridge prior to a national tour. Want to get a chance to talk to the actors themselves then the post show talk takes place on Tue 12 Sept.

Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge Arts Theatre, 6 St Edward’s Passage, Cambridge, CB2 3PJ, cambridgeartstheatre.com

 

Enchanted Cinema, Orchard Tea Gardens, Grantchester, Fri 8 Sept – Sun 10 Sept

Orchard Tea Gardens Grantchester

Who can forget nobody puts Baby in a corner! Baby is back along with the gorgeous Leonardo DiCaprio and the heart-wrenching Moonlight (not in that order) and they’re all hanging out at the enchanted  Orchard Tea Gardens in Grantchester. This isn’t your usual cinema experience – expect live music before the film, deckchairs under the trees of The Orchards draped in lights, street food, an independent pop-up bar, vintage popcorn machines, blankets – pretty cool hey!

The Orchard Tea Gardens, The Orchard, 47 Mill Way,, CB3 9NDGrantchester, facebook.com

 

Cambridge Home and Garden Show, Guildhall Hall, Cambridge, Sat 9 Sept

Cambridge Guildhall

It’s a first and is eagerly awaited – the inaugural Cambridge Home and Garden Show.  This brand new event is dedicated to home and garden design and will feature a full exhibition hall, talks and demos, a pop up café and free professional design consultations. This free event is open to the public all day but you will need to register online for a ticket in advance.

Guildhall Place, 1-6 Corn Exchange St, Cambridge CB2 3QF, cambridgebid.co.uk

 

Icklestock Festival, Ickleton, Sat 9 Sept

Icklestock Festival

This festival is one for all the family  celebrating all things outdoors and all things local with great live music, delicious street food, local craft beer, lovely artisan stalls and an awesome kids zone.

Icklestock Festival, Ickleton Rec, Ickleton, South Cambridgeshire, CB10 1SH, icklestock.co.uk

 

St Neots Outdoor Cinema, Sat 9 Sept

Riversdie Park Outdoor Cinema

The Riverside Park will be lit up with action this Sat as it transforms into an outdoor cinema for the afternoon/evening.  The fun kicks off at 4pm with Peppa Pig (U) for the littl’uns, 5.15pm see Beauty and The Beast (PG) appear followed by Labyrinth (PG) at 8pm for those allowed to stay up later.  Bring your own blankets, chairs, food and wine but Ambience Cafe will stay open, as well as Mobi Pizzeria, popcorn from Cineworld, sweets from Sweet Paradise and the healthy fruit stall from The Tesco Community Team. Better still the event is free to attend.

Riverside Park, The Paddock St Neots Cambridgeshire. PE19 7SA, facebook.com

 

Tom Stade: I Swear, Cambridge Junction, Sat 9 Sept

Tom Slade, Cambridge Junction

Didn’t make the Fringe?  Me neither, but don’t panic Tom Slade, the Canadian renowned for his carefree attitude and broad-minded vision has hot-footed it direct from the Edinburgh Festival. You might have seen Tom on BBC One’s Live at the Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Comedy Roadshow, The John Bishop Show and Ch4’s Comedy Galato so we’re talking to a pro on the comedy scene where nothing is taboo.

Cambridge Junction, Clifton Way, Cambridge, CB1 7GX, junction.co.uk

 

Jeremy Vine: Topping and Co Bookesllers, Ely, Sat 9 Sept

Jeremy Vine

Jeremy Vine is  known to us all for his coverage for BBC Elections, for presenting BBC Two’s Eggheads, and perhaps most of all the for the Radio 2 show he has presented since 2003, a show that attracts more than seven million listeners. What My Listeners Say is a book punctuated by vivid anecdotes and laugh-out-loud moments as Jeremy explains what it’s like to hit a button and hear, unvarnished and unspun, the voices of so-called ordinary people – and why they are not so ordinary after all.  Jeremy  tells all in this hilarious and thought-provoking memoir of his life, his Radio 2 listeners and his appearance on Strictly Come Dancing. 

St Mary’s Church, St Mary’s Street, Ely, CB7 4HF, toppingbooks.co.uk

 

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