june 2013 Sat 01 Jun SIN Dance Music
Sat 22 Jun Music
CRU presents Urban Sinfonie
Hip Hop arts organisation SIN Cru present the closing party and battle jam for their SINstitute of Hip Hop Arts Festival. Urban Sinfonie showcases the skills participants have picked up from the week’s workshops; a unique, grassroots, family orientated, community event featuring spectacular b-boy and popping battles.
Sat 01 Jun Club
House, Electro, Trap, 2-step, D&B, Bass. Featuring David Venn, Animal Music, Alex Street and more. Presented by Edwartainments & Cambridge Junction.
10pm – 6am / J1 / £6 adv / 18+
Sun 02 Jun
Daniel Kitson: After the Beginning . Before the End
Wed 05 Jun Music
Stray Cats’ Slim Jim Phantom, rockabilly guitarist Darrel Higham of the Imelda May band, and bassist Al Gare join forces to perform a highly contagious blend of modern bop.
Doors 7pm / J1 / £10 adv
Fri 07 Jun
Laurence Clark: Inspired
Comedy Find out why, Laurence - star of BBC1’s documentary We Won’t
Drop The Baby- hates being called “inspirational”. From mountain climbing to Doctor Who, via the Swedish chef from The Muppets, this inimitable comedian sorts out once and for all what’s truly inspiring.
8pm / J2 / £12 (£10 con)
Sat 15 Jun
Doors 7pm / J1 / £18.50 adv
UK hard rock legends Little Angels take to the J1 stage before an appearance at the Isle of Wight Festival.
Sat 15 Jun Music
Following a hugely successful 2012 festival season, the incredibly exciting Habadekuk have become synonymous with energetic, entertaining concerts of fresh, fiery, feisty Danish folk music. 8pm / J2 / £14 adv
Sat 22 Jun
Big Top Youth Theatre Festival
From 9.30am / J2 / Free
A unique day of free workshops and talks led by professional theatre practitioners focussing on performance skills and the creation of a group piece devised and performed on the day.
8pm / J2 / £22.50 adv
Thu 04 Jul
Half Man Half Biscuit
Doors 7pm / J1 / £18.50 adv
Never knowingly in tune, cult favourites Half Man Half Biscuit return by popular demand.
Sat 06 Jul
Rhyme Pad Summer Jam
Doors 7pm / J1 / £8 adv
Featuring Dirty Dike & Jam Baxter, M9, Skuff, Split Prophets, Xidus Pain, JTC, Stakka, Bruce Gramma, Humble Pious, DJ Sammy B Side, Chris Groove, Stakka & Truck, Generation Ill. Hosted by Inja. After-party in association with Home Grown Hip Hop featuring Xidus Pain, JTC and more TBC.
Thu 11 – Hotbed Festival Sun 14 Jul Four days of the best new writing for the stage including world Theatre
premieres, international award-winning shows, masterclasses, works in progress and readings. Hotbed commissions feature work from some of the top writers in the UK as well as bold, brave, new voices. Featuring multi award-winning Fishamble Theatre of Dublin, Little Bulb Theatre and performance poet Luke Wright as well as the hugely popular One Page Play Competition, and “What’s up Doc?” plays - a series of commissioned collaborations between writers and scientists. See website for full line-up.
Throughout the building.
Tue 16 – Cambridge Comedy Festival Sun 21 Jul A festival of previews, that brings a host of names known and Comedy Family
unknown to the city for a pre-Edinburgh warm-up. Featuring shows by Ed Byrne, Simon Munnery, Rory McGrath & Philip Pope, Daniel Simonsen, Tony Law, Andrew Maxwell, Sanderson Jones & Pippa Evans and more.
There’s also plenty of shows for young comedy fans including Comedy Club 4 Kids and Big HowardLittleHoward from the award winning creator of CBBC’s Little Howard’s Big Question. See website for full line-up.
Mon 22 Jul Fingerstyle Collective Music Four of the world’s finest acoustic guitarists from Canada, the US and the UK showcase their fingerstyle talents. Featuring Don Alder, Dan LaVoie, Justin King and Stuart Masters.
J2, J3 and Bar Nusha.
8pm / J2 / £12 adv
Tue 23 Jul
Trembling Bells & Mike Heron
8pm / J2 / £13 adv
Hugely accomplished and influential guitarist Steve Howe visits Cambridge Junction to perform a rare solo show in the intimate setting of J2.
8pm / J2 / £10
Doors 7pm / J1 / £13 adv (£11 con)
Sat 29 Jun
6pm / J2 / £5
Fernando’s Kitchen fuse flamenco, North African and Latin sounds, and mix them with the modern day contemporary styles. The multi-cultural musicians, perform their very own compositions featuring spanish guitar, double-bass, oud, flamenco cajon, percussions, vocals, and trumpet.
Acclaimed indie folk rock band Trembling Bells are joined by singer- songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and Incredible String Band member Mike Heron for a night of psychedelic folk.
Thu 25 Jul
Toots and the Maytals
Doors 7pm / J1 / £24 adv
Jamaica’s greatest-ever showman and the composer of reggae classics such as 54-46 Was My Number, Funky Kingston, Monkey Man and Reggae Got Soul returns to Cambridge on a tour celebrating his 70th birthday.
aug 2013 Sat 10 Aug Club
Drum & Bass. Featuring Andy C, Crissy Criss, Evil B, Fatman D, Five Alive, Funsta, Harry Shotta, Hazard, Mampi Swift, Phantom, Ruffstuff, Shabba, Skibadee, TC, The Upbeats plus many more. Pre-party in Bar Nusha. Presented by Edwartainments and Cambridge Junction. 10pm – 6am / J1 / £16 adv / 18+
coming soon.... State Of The Union, Emily Maguire, Justin Currie, Neil Innes,
Fish, David Rosenburg, Mark Thomas, Martin Carthy & Dave Swarbrick, N.I.E, Kathryn Williams, Marcel Lucont, Lisa Knapp, Adriano Adewale & Benjamin Taubkin, Steve Hughes, Rob Beckett, Martin Taylor & Martin Simpson, Moishe’s Bagel, Local Natives, Babyshambles, Baka Beyond, Mary Coughlan, Shlomo, Martha Tilston & The Scientists, Daughter, Henning Wehn, Forced Entertainment and much more.
how to book INFO & tickets online junction.co.uk tel 01223 511 511 buy in person from: cambridge Junction Clifton way Cambridge CB1 7GX CA
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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.
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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.