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FEBRUARY 2013 Fri 01 Feb Theatre

Fri 01 Feb  Jesterlarf

Comedy Club

Comedy  Featuring Scottish Comedian of the Year Mark Nelson, Chortle

Club Comic 2012 Pat Cahil, raucous Canadian Paul Myrehaug, and stand up and magician Mandy Muden.

8.30pm / J2 / £12 / 16+

Tue 05 Feb C  ourtney Pine Music  8pm / J2 / £17.50 adv Tue 05 Feb  Bronagh’s

Big Weekend

Comedy  A one-woman comedy show about a mad weekend in Theatre a mad family. Think Four Weddings and a Funeral with Irish dancing and restraining orders. 8pm / J3 / £10

Wed 06 Feb  season Theatre Dance

launch night

Cambridge Junction re-launches with a riotous cabaret, magazine-show party hosted by the inimitable Bryony Kimmings, featuring off-beat performances from the season’s artists.

7.30pm / J2 / £5 (including complimentary drink) / 14+

Thu 07 Feb Funeral Music

For A Friend

 Plus Such Gold, Daytrader and I Divide. Doors 7pm / J1 / £14 adv

Thu 07 Feb Tom Comedy

Club

sample - Bryony Kimmings & Richard DeDomenici: Holidad

 Short pieces of writing, stand-up comedy, acting and video responding to a trip retracing where their estranged fathers took them on holiday for a project to better their art. Theatre 6.30pm / J3 / £3 / 16+

Sat 09 Feb

Stade: Totally Rocks!

 om Stade shares his refreshingly laid-back and T unconventional ethos on life, playfully leading audiences into a world where there are no boundaries, and anything goes. 8pm / J2 / £15 / 16+

10pm – 6am / J1 / £15 adv / 18+

Mon 11 Feb  Everything Everything Music Doors 7pm / J1 / £14 adv Family

£23 Family of 4 (max. 2 adults) / 4+

delphic

Wed 13 Feb

GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN: Big Hits

7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 16+

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Doors 7pm / J1 / £12.50 adv

8pm / J2 / £15 (£13 con) / 14+

and electro music to move and inspire. A lightning-fast journey from failure to euphoria in just a few songs.

7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) /12+

I Am Kloot Doors 7pm / J1 / £17.50 adv

Fri 22 Feb Music

Sat 23 Feb

Ruarri Joseph, Geva Alon & Gil Karpas

 Ruarri Joseph has been compared to Dylan, Bon Iver and Cat Stevens. He is joined by rising star of the alt-folk / Americana scene Geva Alon and local lad Gil Karpas.

8pm / J2 / £8 adv

Sat 23 Feb  THE Music

FIVER

 The Final of FiverFest.

J1 / Doors 6.30pm / £5

6.30pm / J3 / £3 / 14+

 hey are working on some more Art and think it’s going to be T about boredom. There will be more moves, poems and probably leggings. They are the opposite of bored about this.

Fri 15 Feb

Peacock

 hortle Comedy Award nominees Ray and Ed, stars C of Radio 4 Extra and Russell Howard’s Good News return with another show filled with fun and idiocy.

Comedy

7.30pm / J3 / £5

S tar of BBC1’s The Magicians, Pete Firman is renowned for his trademark blend of comedy and jaw-dropping magic.

Halmarack and the Miserablites

Theatre Music  Part theatre, part stadium-pop concert: handclapping anthems

11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £9 (£5 child) £23 Family of 4 (max. 2 adults) / ages 3-6

Pete Firman: Hoodwinker

Wed 20 Feb  Sam

sample - hunt and darton

Theatre

Sat 16 Feb

Comedy

Wed 20 Feb  Lee “Scratch” Perry Music  Doors 7pm / J1 / £22 adv

Fri 15 Feb

The Fiver Unplugged

Fri 08 Feb

8pm / J2 / £10

 iddish Twist Orchestra revive the ‘der shvitz’ musical movement Y of the 50s and 60s, fusing a hallucinating mix of surf rock guitar, West Indian calypso, mambo, skiffle and Jewish folk melodies.

Sun 24 Feb  Indefinite

Fri 08 Feb

 eaturing The Facade, The Staycations, Kings Parade, F Jay Plent, Huck.

Plus Wintersleep and Washington Irving.

Music

“ Hello, we’re Big Hits. We’re going to blast our hearts RIGHT OUT for you, right here for you.” New theatre staring hard at censorship, propriety and pop culture.

Frightened Rabbit

Doors 7pm / J1 / £7 adv

Music

Doors 7pm / J1 / £13.50 adv

Thu 14 Feb

Local scene legend Colin Hazel’s 70th Birthday Party.

Yiddish Twist Orchestra

Music

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Tue 12 Feb

Big 10 / Walkway / Subculture

The Elephant Bridesmaid

 “There are no Elephants in Australia. Well, no elephants except this one...”. A magical musical about weddings and wombats and the loveliest elephant the world has ever known.  11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £9 (£5 child)

Music

Tue 19 Feb

The People’s Theatre Company:

Tue 12 Feb

Fri 08 Feb Music

Warning

 Drum & Bass. Featuring Andy C, DJ Hype, Matrix & Futurebound, TC, Mampi Swift, Crissy Criss, Heist, Barrington, Concrete, Blazin’. MC’s Skibadee, Eksman, GQ, Five Alive, Shabba, IC3, Harry Shotta, Evil B, Fatman D, Rhymes, Phantom, Carasel, Inja, Johnny Ka$h. Projection mapping by Shadow Data. Upstairs: Audio Danger Records meets Tabula Rasa. Pre-party in Bar Nusha. Presented by Edwartainments and Cambridge Junction.

& Gamble Don’t Even Want To Be On Telly Anyway 8pm / J2 / £10 / 16+

Junction University I

I nnovative, quirky courses and experiences led by artists for YOU. This month: sound experimentation, invisible museums and poetry from the local archives. Free / more info online

Sat 16 Feb Katherine Comedy

Ryan: Nature’s Candy

 aving experienced motherhood, divorce, and MTV, awardH winning comedian Katherine Ryan proves the things in life that make us bitter, can actually be quite delicious and hilarious. 8pm / J2 / £12 (£10 con) / 16+

Family

Articles: Claytime

 play with clay where the audience are invited to participate in a A world of fabulous forms, amazing animals and morphing monsters.

Wed 27 Feb  Kindle

Theatre: The Furies

 he Greek tragedy of Clytemnestra drastically retold by T smashing together rock, metal and soul songs with text and poetry. Loud, beautiful, unforgiving and passionate.

Theatre Music

8.30pm (DJ & Bar from 7.30pm) / J1 / £12 (£8 con) / 14+

Thu 28 Feb  SAMPLE - The Hugh Hughes - Sat 02 Mar Live Radio Project

Theatre In one of his boldest experiments to date, join Hugh in his rehearsal room, sharing his most joyful and moving stories whilst also broadcasting live across the web. 6.30pm / J3 / £3 Thu 28 Feb  Lianne Music

La Havas

Sold Out. Plus Josh Kumra

Doors 7pm / J1 / £13 adv


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10pm – 6am / J1 / £6 adv / 18+

Tue 12 Mar

Johnny Marr

 A performance-lecture in which the boundaries between audience and performers will disappear completely, followed by a twoscreen film exploring death by re-enacting classic film scenes. 7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 12+

Tallulah Swirls Theatre Company: When Eggy Met Peggy

Family

Wed 13 Mar

tattenbaum-deluca: tatty-del are making it work

A deliciously funny and original twist on The Princess And The Pea.

11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £9 (£5 child) £23 Family of 4 (max. 2 adults) / 3+

Jon Boden & the Remnant Kings

Tue 05 Mar

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Which Space?

Cambridge Junction operates over three different spaces: J1, J2 and J3. J1 is the largest space, used mainly for our music and club programme. J2 is the theatre space, where we hold a variety of events. J3 is the studio, used for smaller performances and artist development.

Access

Cambridge Junction is fully accessible. If you would like to discuss any access issue prior to your visit, please call us on 01223 511 511. You can request this guide in large print. ID must be produced for events with age restrictions. Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult. You may be searched upon entry. Booking fees apply to online and telephone bookings (no fees are charged in person at our Box Office counter). All seated events are unreserved.

 Doors 7pm / J1 / £18.50 adv

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Mon 11 Mar

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Sam Lee & Friends

 8pm / J2 / £12.50 adv

Wed 06 Mar Jessie Ware Music  Doors 7pm / J1 / £14 adv Wed 06 Mar  New

Art Club: Quiet Act of Destruction

Theatre Comedy  Dividing the audience into Cambridgeshire’s own rival villages,

Meldreth and Melbourn, these comedy-dance pioneers fuse wild games and activities with this true story.

7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con)

Thu 07 Mar

John Shuttleworth: Out of Our Sheds

Comedy

 “National Institution” (Sunday Telegraph) John Shuttleworth ventures beyond the garden gate to tread the mean streets of Britain. 8pm / J2 / £17 (£15 con) Fri 08 Mar

Sun 10 Mar Family

 A roguish Soldier acquires a magical tinderbox giving power to summon three extraordinary dogs. 11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £9 (£5 child)

Music

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Theatre

 Doors 7pm / J1 / £20 adv

SAMPLE - H2Dance: Duet/part 2 Theatre  Hanna and Heidi have decided they need more couple therapy. Thu 14 Mar Dance

The Place Prize finalists take a brutally honest look at themselves, revealing truths and lies about their life as a twosome.

6.30pm / J3 / £3

 ichard Herring: Talking Cock R Comedy  R ichard celebrates the tenth anniversary of his critically acclaimed show that exposes the truth about men and their flutes of love. 8pm / J2 / £15 / 16+ Fri 15 Mar

Sat 16 Mar

Sat 16 Mar Music

Sat 09 Mar Music

Bourgeois & Maurice: Sugartits

josh widdicomBe: the further adventure of...

Sun 17 Mar

Roy Bailey & Tony Benn

 8pm / J2 / £14 (£12 con) /16+ Music

Fri 22 Mar

The Beat

Doors 7pm / J1 / £15 adv

Music

Fri 22 Mar

Martin Harley Band 8pm / J2 / £12.50 adv

Broadcasting

gob squad: We are Gob Squad and so are you

Plus Big 10.

WitTank

Comedy  Like a battering ram to the funny bone, stars of BBC3’s Live at The

Electric bring their lavish parade of inventive characters and sketch magnificence to venues nationwide.

8pm / J2 / £12 adv / 16+

Sat 23 Mar

Alun Cochrane: Moments of Alun

Comedy  You may have seen him on YouTube, or on Dave, or on a panel

game, or Channel 4, or just on a bus somewhere.

8pm / J2 / £12 / 16+

Sun 24 Mar Family

Blunderbus Theatre Company: How To Catch A Star

 A funny, gentle new show with an irresistible blend of music.

Wed 27 Mar SAMPLER

8pm / J2 / £12 / 14+

Tue 19 Mar

Theatre

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8pm / J2 / £15

 8pm / J2 / £20 adv

Wed 20 Mar Public Service Music Doors 7pm / J2 / £8 adv

Tue 26 Mar j  ohn smith Music  Doors 7pm / J2 / £8 adv

nightmare, Bourgeois & Maurice tackle some of the most pressing issues of our time.

Doors 7pm / J1 / £16 adv

Free / more info online

I nnovative, quirky courses and experiences led by artists for YOU. This month: virtual tattoos, manifesto writing and dancing maps.

Comedy  Treading the line between comedy, cabaret and a goth-pop-catwalk

Comedy

Doors 7pm / J1 / £10 adv

Sat 16 Mar

Music

Junction University II

 Plus AR, Lost At Seven, Go.Fly.Win.

Mark Steel’s In Town

this tour allowing each show to be unique. 

Doors 7pm / J1 / £19.50 adv

 Stand-up life/theatre following a tumultuous year for two best friends, in which they hit the rocks, go into couples counselling and try to learn what it takes to hold two people together. 7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 16+

Comedy  Mark Steel sheds light on the quirkiness of every town he visits on

Stiff Little Fingers / The Men They Couldn’t Hang / Ed Tudor Pole

£23 Family of 4 (max. 2 adults) / 4+

Sat 02 Mar

 8pm / J2 / £15 adv

Sun 03 Mar

Bus Station

Theatre internationally renowned performance makers.  10am - 4pm / J3 / £80 (by application) / 18+

Robyn Hitchcock

KET ROAD

Tue 19 Mar Masterclass with Gob Squad - Fri 22 Mar A four-day intensive workshop for artists with these

Norwich Puppet Theatre: The Tinderbox

Sat 02 Mar

Warning: Catch A Fire

 Jungle. Featuring Goldie, Kenny Ken, Nicky Blackmarket, Randall, Ray Keith, Barrington & Concrete. MC’s Navigator, Shabba, Moose, Five Alive, Phantom. Presented by Edwartainments and Cambridge Junction.

Tue 19 Mar

8.30pm / J2 / £12 / 16+

Club

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10pm – 6am / J1 / £15 adv / 18+

Simonsen, camp and satirical musical double act Topping & Butch, cheeky cockney Rich Wilson and compere Erich McElroy.

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Jesterlarf Comedy Club

Comedy  Featuring 2012 Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Daniel

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Fri 01 Mar

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Sat 09 Mar

11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £9 (£5 child) £23 Family of 4 (max. 2 adults) / 4+

FEBMAR 2013

Night

Theatre  Our new-look evening of experimental, early-stages performance Dance that’s begging for an audience and deserving of your feedback to shape it. Formerly known as JAM. 7.30pm / J2 / £3

the fiver  Doors 6.30pm / J1 / £5

Fri 29 Mar Music

Fri 29 Mar

Chris Ramsey: Feeling Lucky

Comedy  Foster’s Comedy Award nominee and star of BBC Two’s Hebburn,

Chris Ramsey, returns with his new stand-up show.

8pm / J2 / £15 / 14+

Sat 30 Mar Music

The Crazy World of Arthur Brown Doors 7pm / J2 / £15 adv

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Cambridge Junction February & March 2013