My Cambridge Activities and Events

Art, creativity and culture for ALL young people

My Cambridge is a growing partnership of organisations and individuals committed to making sure that all young people feel part of the rich variety of culture in Cambridge.  For more information on My Cambridge please click here or to find out how you can list your activity or event please email or telephone 01223 457450.

Here you can discover all the latest events, news and training opportunities for adults working with young people plus creative activities for children in Cambridge

“Read it Again!” The Cambridgeshire Children’s Picture Book Award 2017

The short list for next year’s “Read it Again!” Cambridgeshire Children’s Picture Book Award will be announced on Friday 2nd December 2016. This year over 12,500...

Posted by CAN network on 31st October 2016.

AYCORN to lead mapping exercise on early years arts

AYCORN (arts with young children regional network) are leading a mapping exercise to find out about early years’ arts activities across the Eastern region. If you are an Early...

Posted by CAN network on 31st October 2016.

Help needed with early years music research

Julie Digby is a local music teacher who is calling on Reception class teachers for a bit of input. She is doing a PhD at the Institute of Education in London into music learning and...

Posted by CAN network on 31st October 2016.

Opera workshops to come into schools with SingFest

SingFest has proved to be a hit again, with 16 schools signed up and ready to get singing – and there are still a few days left to join the project if your school is interested....

Posted by CAN network on 31st October 2016.

Cambridge Junction launch new autumn family season

The new Cambridge Junction brochure is now available which contains all the exciting events and activities for families for Autumn 2016. To download, please visit here 

Posted by CAN network on 31st October 2016.

Beauty and the Beast

Cambridge Junction's 2016 Family Christmas Show Beasts and beauties of all ages, join us this Christmas for a tale where beastliness is only skin deep. Deep in the overgrown forest...

Posted by Ed Hine on 18th October 2016.