Best entertainment spots in Cambridge

Cambridge is a beautiful university town of Britain, which, along with Oxford, are the two most famous centres of education in the country. It is a city steeped in history and home to 31 colleges and its world famous University. It attracts students from all over the world who come to study at its distinguished colleges and university. The architecture in Cambridge is simply breathtaking, along with some of the most picturesque scenery and plenty of green open spaces all over the city. The River Cam flows through the centre of the city and along with the Backs provide the most stunning views of Cambridge.

There is plenty to do and see in this beautiful city. It is home to some of the best art galleries and museums many of which are just a short distance from the Tamburlaine Hotel Cambridge. Whether you want to admire the impressive architecture, shop at its historic markets and boutiques, enjoy a fine meal at the chic restaurants and cafes or catch a show at its many centres of entertainment, there are plenty of options to choose from.

Cambridge has been home to many famous actors and entertainers through the years. These include famous names like Emma Thompson, Robert Webb, Stephen Fry and John Cleese to name just a few of the entertainers, who honed their acting prowess with Cambridge’s comedy troupe at the ADC Theatre. In terms of entertainment, theatre lovers will feel overwhelmed by the sheer variety of performances on offer. The Cambridge Corn Exchange hosts student theatre, ballet, West End Shows, Cambridge Arts Theatre and classical concerts. The Cambridge Junction is also a venue that hosts a variety of programmes with leading names on a regular basis. This includes a plethora of dance, theatre and comedy nights.

Another great spot for entertainment is the Mumford Theatre, located on the campus of the Anglia Ruskin University. The theatre offers an eclectic choice of student theatre, community shows and professional performers. It also hosts a number of musical performances and events along with a number of lunchtime concerts, with no entrance fee. The Mumford has 270 seats with its seating arrangements well planned in a tier pattern, which offers excellent views from all of its seats.

For cinema lovers, Cambridge offers two multiplex cinemas that offer the latest movies as well as the classics at their cinemas. There is the famous Vue Cinema complex that is at The Grafton located towards the east side of Cambridge. The other cinema is The Light Cinema that is to the South of the city in Cambridge Leisure Park.

Apart from the city’s two multiplex cinemas, there is the Arts Picturehouse that organises the famous Cambridge Film Festival every year in the month of September. It features a variety of events that include children’s cinema, documentaries etc. For those who want to experience open-air cinema travel up the Cam River to get to Grantchester Meadows, famous for its alfresco cinema experience.

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