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 mycambridge@cambridge.gov.uk 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

UCM partner with ChYpPS to successfully deliver Arts Award

All aboard! Arts Award sets sail. University of Cambridge Museums has partnered with ChYpPs (Cambridge City Council Children and Young People’s Participation Service) to deliver...

Posted by MyCambridge on 28th February 2016.

Building Identity in Germany Today: History Workshop for Ages 11-14

For ages 11-14.  History is about more than books on library shelves. For example, how do the buildings we design reflect our relationship with the past? To find out, Marcus Colla...

Posted by Cambridge History for Schools on 9th February 2016.

Grand Designs: 17th-Century Colonial Houses. History Workshop for Kids

For ages 7-11. Have you ever imagined building your own 'dream home'? You might be surprised, but the kinds of homes people design can tell historians a lot about how they see...

Posted by Cambridge History for Schools on 9th February 2016.

Early Modern Highway Robbery: History Workshop for Ages 11-14

For ages 11-14.  Three hundred years ago in India and Ireland, highway robbers were the terror of local people and authorities alike, but did they even exist? Come unpick history...

Posted by Cambridge History for Schools on 9th February 2016.

Mosques, Hamams and Markets: History Workshop for Kids

For ages 7-11.   What was it like to be a boy or girl growing up in the Ottoman Empire hundreds of years ago? In this session, we take an imaginary tour through a seventeenth-century...

Posted by Cambridge History for Schools on 9th February 2016.

CCI: Supper seminar on Hospital Wood Library project with children

I want it to look foresty. When you see people’s gardens they can be a bit precise….I’d like it to be more free. When it’s perfect it can be limited. We should...

Posted by CAN network on 27th January 2016.

Children’s Craft Workshop with Trudi Esberger, part of National Libraries Day

Cambridge-based artist and children's book illustrator Trudi Esberger (The Boy Who Lost His Bumble) will be leading a fun workshop of stories, crafts and drawing for children aged...

Posted by CAN network on 27th January 2016.

Children and young peoples study week

During a series of workshops inspired by our new exhibition The Practice of Theories, we’ll be working as a group with an artist and our young people’s group Circuit Cambridge,...

Posted by CAN network on 26th January 2016.

Film education at Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge this Spring

For the complete range of activities, courses, special screenings for schools and colleges at Arts Picturehouse this Spring please click here or contact Trish Sheil to receive a...

Posted by CAN network on 26th January 2016.

Circuit Unlocks: Daytime Event at Wysing Arts Centre

Be creative, have fun, learn new skills Circuit Cambridge have organised a series of creative workshops and activities with artists and staff from Wysing Arts Centre and Kettle’s...

Posted by CAN network on 26th January 2016.