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The Junction Live Music, Clubs & Comedy

July & August 2012 Cambridge

Live Music & Clubs 02 Mon Jul

July & August 2012 (01223) 511 511

13 Fri Jul

Comedy 01 Sun Jul

Peacock and Gamble & Matt Forde Edinburgh Preview. Chortle Comedy Award nominees Ray and Ed showcase their latest offering Peacock & Gamble Don’t Even Want To Be On Telly Anyway. Matt Forde previews his new show Eyes to the Right, Nose to the Left, an unashamed political fandom from a man with a lot to be ashamed about. 8pm / J3 / £10 / 16+

17 Tue – 22 Sun Jul

28 Sat Jul

Cambridge Comedy Festival The Cambridge Comedy Festival returns to the city with 40 shows over 6 days, with some of the world’s finest stand-up comedians, presenting previews of their brand new Edinburgh shows. The line up includes Richard Herring, Phil Jupitus, The Boy with Tape on His Face, Andrew Lawrence, David O’Doherty, Seann Walsh, Adam Buxton, Stephen K Amos, family shows and much more. Full details at

Donnie Rust: Beefcaked Donnie Rust, AKA The Naked Busker is finally bringing Beefcaked to Cambridge! A heart-to-heart with you, the audience on the dangers of excessive gym grunting, proper men’s room etiquette, why raincoats should always be worn on first dates and baby elephants. All while standing with just a guitar to cover his modesty. Plus Jon Watson. 8pm / J2 / £12 (£10 con) / 16+

13 Fri Jul

02 Thu Aug

Adrenaline Mob Adrenaline Mob is a heavy metal supergroup formed by singer Russell Allen (Symphony X), guitarist Mike Orlando and drummer Mike Portnoy (Ex-Dream Theater / Avenged Sevenfold). Plus Voodoo Six. Doors 7pm / J1 / £16.50 adv

Mothership Mothership is a no nonsense Led Zeppelin covers band. No costumes, no wigs... just a celebration of great music. The band has been hailed ‘the most authentic-sounding Zeppelin tribute in the UK’. Doors 7pm / J1 / £10 adv (£8 con)

Craig Charles Funk & Soul Club

03 Fri Aug

11 Sat Aug

A night of funk and soul featuring two Craig Charles DJ sets and a live appearance by five-piece funk/soul/rock jam band Bijoumiyo. 10pm – 2am / J2 / £12 adv / 18+

14 Sat Jul

24 Tue Jul

25 Wed Jul 28 Sat Jul

Mallory Knox Cambridge-based rock outfit Mallory Knox return to The Junction with support from Never Means Maybe, We Are Fiction Lost At Seven and Awake The Empire. Doors 7pm / J1 / £7 adv

Fingerstyle Collective In association with Ayers Guitars. Four of the world's finest acoustic guitarists take to the J2 stage. Feat. Don Alder, Dan LaVoie, Justin King, and Stuart Masters this will be a fantastic showcase of fingerstyle techniques using a variety of instruments. Doors 7pm / J2 / £12 adv

The Fiver Unplugged

20 Mon Aug

25 Sat Aug

Five young acoustic acts perform in our J3 studio. Doors 7pm / J3 / £5

White Noise Mashup: House, Electro, Dubstep, Grime, D&B. White Noise return for another massive party. Feat. all the rave essentials, 15 foot retro TV with live visuals and DJ’s representing all corners of underground dance. 10pm – 5am / J1 / £4 adv / 18+

28 Tue Aug

Cradle of Filth England’s highest profile extreme metal band stop off for an exclusive date in Cambridge ahead of their Wacken Festival appearance. Their sound is an amalgamation of gothic, symphonic black metal and other extreme metal styles, whilst their lyrical themes and imagery are heavily influenced by gothic literature, poetry, mythology, sex and horror films. Doors 7pm / J1 / £15 adv

Charlotte Church Charlotte Church hits The Junction with her bold and unique new sound, creating vast musical landscapes, with big drums, big guitars and a voice that has sold over 10 million records. Leave your preconceptions at the door. Doors 7pm / J2 / £12 adv

Warning Drum & Bass. Feat. Hype, Loadstar, Grooverider, Hazard, Sigma, Brookes Brothers, TC, Phantasy, Barrington, Concrete, Blazin’, Blokhe4d, Ruffstuff, Heist, Uncle Dugs, Cynthetic & Infect. MC’s Skibadee, Eksman, Shabba, IC3, Harry Shotta, Funtsa, Evil B, Fatman D, Rhymes, Phantom, Inja, Johnny Ka$h. VIP ticket packages available. Pre-party in Nusha (free to ticket holders). 10pm – 6am / J1 & J2 / £15 adv / 18+

Howler Critically acclaimed Minnesotan five-piece Howler is influenced by early 60s American rock and pop songs, as well as 80s punk. The band’s sound has been described as a cross between The Cramps and The Replacements, with a dash of The Velvet Underground. Doors 7pm / J2 / £9 adv

Band of Skulls Garage rock sensation Band Of Skulls stop off in Cambridge for a gig sandwiched between main stage appearances at Leeds and Reading Festivals. Doors 7pm / J1 / £15 adv

Grizzly Bear Brooklyn based indie outfit Grizzly Bear perform a warm-up date at The Junction ahead of festival appearances at Electric Picnic Festival and End of the Road. Doors 7pm / J1 / £19.50 adv

The Junction July & August 2012 Guide