CAMBS WHAT’S ON NOVEMBER 2018

CAMBS WHAT’S ON NOVEMBER 20182018-10-16T14:36:23+00:00

CAMBS WHAT’S ON NOVEMBER 2018

 

1 November

Toddler Time – Trains & Tracks

10.30-11.30am

St Neots Museum, The Old Court, 8 New Street, St Neots

£3.50 per child

Join us for fun, history activities for young children, explore the museum and take home a messy art. Drop-in event.

Web: www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk

 

1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 November

Healthy Walking

10am or 10.30am-11am

Wandlebury Country Park, Cambridge

Free event

CambridgePPF event. Every Thursday. Meet at the Stable Rooms at 10am for a longer walk or 10.30am for a shorter stroll. No need to book. Please arrive 10 minutes early to register if it’s your first session.

 

2 November

St Neots Local History Society

7.30pm

Guest Hall, Priory Centre, St Neots

Tickets £5

“Doc Rowlett” by Liz Davies.   Members of the St Neots Local History Society meet monthly for talks of local and historical interest but this talk is open to all who would like to come. Tickets available from St Neots Museum.

Tel: Tickets 01480 217492

 

2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 November

Friday Night Lights

7.30-8.30pm

Longsands Academy Astro, Longsands Road, St Neots

St Neots Hockey Club. Friday Night Lights aims to provide the local community of St Neots with the opportunity to experience hockey in a casual, relaxed and family orientated environment.

Tel: Chris (Club Development Officer) 07792 044878 for more info

Email: cjbryden08@hotmail.co.uk

 

3 November

Art & Craft Fair

9.30am-4pm

Free Church Hall, St Ives

Free admission

Quality handmade art and craft stalls and tombola.

 

3 November

Meditation Course in Huntingdon:

10.30am-1pm

Huntingdon Library, Princes St, Huntingdon

£15

Meditate, Relax and Reflect. Treat yourself to a morning away from it all with this light and inspiring course. Enjoy meditations, guided by our Resident Teacher and Buddhist nun Kelsang Rak-ma, designed to bring about an experience of peace and well-being from within. Everyone is warmly welcome and no experience of meditation is needed. This half-day course comprises two one-hour sessions with a coffee/tea break with a chance to ask questions and browse our book shop.

Tel: 01733 755444

Web: www.drolmacentre.org.uk for more info & booking

Email: info@drolmacentre.org.uk

 

3 November

Simply Saturday

12.30-2.30pm

St James Church, Little Paxton

For adults of all ages with lunch and various activities available.

Tel: Leisa Hunt 01480 471748

Email: young_paxton@ntlworld.com

 

3 November

Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire Hardy Plant Society

2pm

Weatherley Centre, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade

Group AGM followed by a talk from Gill and Peter who are HPS members from Kent. Plants for sale.

Web: www.hpscambsandbeds.co.uk

 

3 November

Cambourne Fireworks

Fun fair opens 6pm, firework display c. 7.30pm (weather dependent)

Great Cambourne Sports Pitches, Back Lane

Free admission – donations welcome

Free mulled wine whilst stock lasts – get down early! Licensed bar, hot food, drinks and sparklers area. No parking. Please park at Morrisons or the Hub car park.

 

3 November

Ghost Stories at the Leper Chapel with in situ:

8-10pm

Leper Chapel, Newmarket Road, Cambridge

Tickets £12, Concessions £10

CambridgePPF event. For one night only in the haunting Leper Chapel, Ghost Stories with in situ:. Please note the chapel is not heated so wear suitable clothing. Tickets available in advance.

Web: www.insitutheatre.co.uk

 

3, 10, 17 & 24 November

Huntingdon Music School

8.30am-1pm

Hinchingbrooke School

The music school operates lessons and ensemble groups on Saturday mornings during term-time. They also offer music lessons in Huntingdon area schools.

Tel: 01480 584867 or 07719 835472

Email: enquiries@huntsmusicschool.org.uk

Web: www.huntsmusicschool.org.uk

 

4 November

Cambridge Voices

4.30-6.30pm

Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton

Tickets £10 inc. programme & interval refreshments, Under 13s free

Holy Trinity Church, Great Paxton presents Cambridge Voices under the direction of Ian De Massini with music appropriate to 100 year commemoration of the Great War. Tickets available from Great Paxton Community Shop or Diane James. Sponsored by Kingfisher Independent Funerals.

Tel: Diane James 07522 449535

Email: diane.james42@outlook.com

 

4, 11, 18 & 25 November

Kingfisher Church

10.30am

Kingfisher Church, Little Paxton Primary School

Every Sunday. All welcome. Services include children’s groups and a crèche. Refreshments served.

Tel: 01480 476811

Web: www.kingfisherchurch.co.uk

 

5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26 & 28 November

St Neots Badminton Club

8-10pm

One Leisure, St Neots

Play badminton to a good standard and interested in joining a club? St Neots badminton club play at One Leisure Mondays and Wednesdays.

Email: Committee@stneotsbadminton.org for more information

Web: www.stneotsbadminton.org

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November

West Hunts Friendship Club

9.30am-3pm

Great Staughton Village Hall

Meets every Monday except Bank Holidays. We are looking for new members who are retired to join our happy team. Members can participate in a range of activities, such as music and singing exercises, quizzes, card and board games as well as enjoying a hot meal at lunch time. Transport can be arranged for those who live within a six miles radius of Great Staughton.

Tel: Annabelle Blackham 07527741495

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November

Godmanchester Senior Citizens Club

1.30pm Afternoon Bingo

6.30pm Whist Drive

Godmanchester Town Hall

£1 for Whist drive inc. tea & biscuits

If you are feeling lonely and over 55 years of age, then you will find a warm welcome waiting for you in the Senior Citizens Club. The club has a lively atmosphere and a wide range of activities. Friday afternoons is another opportunity to play Whist. Members also meet on a Saturday morning for games, chat, tea and biscuits for 50p. Non-members are welcome to visit on Saturday mornings to find out more.

Tel: Geoff 01480 434697 or 07515 881209 for further information

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November & 3 December

Wandlebury Adventures

6-8pm

£60 per term or £14 per session

CambridgePPF event. For unaccompanied children aged 8-12 years. 5 November – Burning Man: Guy Fawkes; 12 November – Stargazing; 19 November – Arts, Crafts and Stories Around the Fire and 26 November – Campfire Cooking and 3 December – Christmas Decorations.

Tel: 01223 243830 for more info & booking

Email: enquiries@cambridgeppf.org

Web: www.cambridgeppf.org

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November

Comrades Chess Club

7.30pm

Comrades Club, Godmanchester

Keep your mind active and play chess. Over 18s only as it’s a licensed premises.

Every Monday except Bank Holidays. Seeking new members – novice or experienced.

Ozzie: 01480 414623

Email: ozzie.day5@gmail.com

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November

Oakington Singers

7.45-9.30pm

Oakington Parish Church

Oakington Singers invite new Tenors and Basses to join them on Mondays. Their accompanied and unaccompanied repertoire includes Rutter Anthems, Queen, Folk Songs, Spirituals, international songs and much more! They are a friendly and experienced group and the choir is free!

Email: paul.tann@btinternet.com

 

5, 12, 19 & 26 November

Scottish Country Dancing

8-10pm

Queen Elizabeth School, Godmanchester

Tel: Mrs Pat Crowe 01480 453774

Email: pat@patcrowe.plus.com

 

6, 13, 20 & 27 November

Roxton Bridge Circle

7.15-10pm

Roxton Parish Hall

Small friendly group playing Bridge every Tuesday evening.

Tel: Phyllis 01480 374327

Email: mary@jackpike.co.uk

 

7 November

Godmanchester Senior Citizens Club Coffee Morning & Raffle

10am-12 noon

Godmanchester Town Hall

Monthly coffee morning and raffle. Annual membership fee is £10.

Tel: Geoff 01480 434697 or 07515 881209 for further information

 

7 November

St Mary’s Afternoon WI St Neots

2pm

St Mary’s Church Room, St Neots

First Wednesday of the month.

Tel: May Parker 07724 043941

Email: mayp.at.home@gmail.com

 

7 November

Black Cat WI

7.30pm

Wyboston Village Hall

The group meets on the first Wednesday of each month.

Tel: Susie Woodman 01234 376098 for further information

 

7 November

Brampton Flower Club

7.30pm

Community Centre, High Street, Brampton

AGM followed by a presentation from Philip Waites, the head gardener at the Wimpole Estate. Members’ competition: Flower arrangement using an everyday household container/object. Raffle, refreshments available. Sales table.

Tel: Jan Dobie 01480 531822

Email: jandobie1946@googlemail.com

Web: www.bramptonflowerclub.com

 

7 November

Huntingdon and District Branch of the Royal Air Force Association

7.30pm for 8pm

First Wednesday of the month. Further details available by telephone or email.

Tel: Tony Perryman, Secretary 01480 465395

Email: rafa.huntingdon1@btinternet.com

 

7, 14, 21 & 28 November

Kimbolton Bridge Club

9.30am-12 noon

Mandeville Hall, Kimbolton

Meets every Wednesday morning to play friendly, social bridge. No partner needed. Just come along or call Vanessa.

Tel: Vanessa 01480 453929

 

7, 14, 21 & 28 November

Little Fishes

10-11.20am

Grafham Village Hall

All welcome on Wednesdays in term time. Just turn up for free play time, followed by a short bible story, action songs and simple craft.

Email: robnjeanclark@tiscali.co.uk

 

7, 14, 21 & 28 November

St Neots Choral Society

7.30-9.30pm

Eynesbury Junior School, Montagu Street, Eynesbury

New members are very welcome to join and there are no auditions to frighten you but an ability to read a little music is helpful! There is an annual subscription once you decide to join the Society. New members are welcome in all voices.

Tel: 01480 212298 for membership or further information

Web: www.stneotschoral.org.uk

 

9 November

Wonder

Meal 6 for 6.30pm, Film 7 for 7.30pm

Mandeville Hall, Kimbolton

Kimbolton Community Cinema. Based on the 2012 novel of the same name, it tells the inspiring and heart-warming story of August Pullman , a boy with facial differences. Meal is Chicken & Mushroom Pie, Roast New Potatoes and Vegetables, Mixed Berry Pavlova. Tickets available from Oliver’s, Swan Pharmacy, Courtyard Kitchens, Bytes Café or by email.

Email: jrstratford@hotmail.com

Web: http://e-voice.org.uk/themandevillehallkimbolton/community-cinema

 

10 November

Hemingford Village Market

9am-1pm

Parish Centre, Hemingford Grey

Second Saturday of the month. An opportunity to buy food, crafts, plants and flowers from small local businesses. Hemingford Grey Parish Council hold a surgery at the market should you wish to meet councillors to discuss local issues. Refreshments available all day in the Hemingford Garden Room.

 

10 November

Autumn Fayre

10am-2pm

Berkley Street Methodist Church, Eynesbury

Morning coffee, lunches from 12 noon. Cake stall, crafts, plants, bric-a brac, gifts, toys and puzzles.

 

10 November

Christmas Fair

10am-3pm

Abbots Ripton Village Hall

Free admission

Enjoy shopping at the many stalls, then put your feet up and sample some festive treats. Let the children visit Father Christmas in his grotto, ride on a “reindeer” and have fun doing Christmas crafts! Raffle.

 

10 November

Paintbox Art Exhibition

10am-4pm

The Scout Hut, Mill Hill Road, Eaton Ford, St Neots

Free admission

Refreshments.

 

10 November

Come and Sing Day

Rehearsal 1-5pm, Performance 6pm

St. Mary the Virgin Church, Titchmarsh

Registration £10 with score, £12 score provided, Audience tickets £5

To celebrate 100 years since the end of WWI. Come and Sing Day – The Armed Man by Karl Jenkins. Conductor: Bjorn Bantock. With members of Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Orchestra.

Email: titchmarsharmedman@gmail.com for more info & registration

 

10 & 11 November

Hemingford Art Club Winter Exhibition

10am-4pm

Hemingford Abbots Village Hall

Original paintings framed and unframed also handmade cards. Excellent refreshments available, toilet facilities and wheelchair access.

 

11 & 25 November

Comberton Ramblers

10.15am

11 November – Eaton Socon. 5 miles. Meet at St Mary’s Church, School Lane, Eaton Socon. PE19 8GW. Leaders Peter 07951 362501 and Stella 07903 229296.

25 November – Burwell. 5.5 miles. Meet at The Five Bells public house, 44 High Street, Burwell, Cambs. CB25 OHD. Ian 07989 197816 and Carolyn 07811 510230

Walks are 5-7 miles, usually ending near a public house. A friendly/informative group and enjoy exploring the varied countryside in this area. New walkers are welcome to join us with up to 2 free walks, and if you enjoy our walks we request that you become a member.

Tel: Stella (Secretary) 01954 210049 for further details

Email: stella.ramblers@hotmail.com

Web: www.combertonramblers.org.uk

 

11 November

Little Paxton Remembers

3pm

St. James Church

Commemorating 100 years since the end of WW1. Little Paxton Parish Council invites all residents to a special Church Service to remember residents who fought in World War 1 and contributed to the war effort. “When you go Home, tell them of us and say, For your Tomorrow, we gave our Today” John Maxwell Edmunds 1916. Our Today (2018) – Little Paxton is a safe and beautiful village to live in and home for over 3,200 residents. There will be a display of poems and drawings from children from Little Paxton Primary School. Some of the poems will be read out during the service. Refreshments will be provided by the Parish Council after the service. St. James Church will have a history exhibition on display.

 

11 November

The Mariner

7.30 pm

Little Gransden Village Hall

£12, Under 21s £10

Common Ground Theatre Company return this autumn with another amazing play, this time based on episodes from the extraordinary life of Samuel Taylor Coleridge in the context of his most famous poem, The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. A gripping fusion of drama, song, puppetry and film!

Tel: 01767 677906

Email: ssulledit@aol.com

 

12 November

Godmanchester Trefoil Guild

7.30-9pm

Godmanchester Football Ground

Trefoil Guild is a branch of Girlguiding for Adults aged 18+. They meet on the second Monday of the month.

Email: jeanmking@outlook.com for more info

 

13 November

Police Surgery

5-7pm

Brampton Community Centre, High Street, Brampton

Residents are invited to meet John Carter, Brampton Police Community Support Officer, to ask advice on home security, raise issues concerning their neighbourhood or simply come along to meet their local officer.

 

13 November

St Ives Sugarcraft Guild

7.30-9pm

Reading Room, Hemingford Grey

Visitors £6

Monthly meetings where you can learn, hands-on, various cake decorating techniques and/or sugarcraft. The group meets on the second Tuesday of the month.

Tel: Shirley 01480 454616 for more information

 

14 November

Cambridgeshire Rural M.E. Tea & Chat

Second Wednesday of every month. Monthly meet-up for adults with M.E. and partners/friends. All details and latest meet-up information available on website.

Web: www.crmetea.org

 

14 November

Fundraising Coffee Morning

10am-1pm

All Saints Church, Market Square, Huntingdon

The Hunts Society for the Blind Fundraising Coffee Morning. All welcome to come along and try our delicious homemade cakes, accompanied by a cup of tea or coffee. Lots craft stalls, Tombola and a Raffle. The coffee morning is on every second Wednesday of the month from March-November.

 

14 November

Wildlife Trust

7.30-9pm

Brampton Memorial Centre, Thrapston Road, Brampton

Entry £2.50

“Wild world of birds: Understanding intelligence & behaviour” by Dr Gabrielle Davidson with an insight on her recent research on Great Tit behaviour and previous work with Corvids.

Tel: Tim Fryer 07941 261346

 

15 November

St Ives & District Flower Club

2.15pm

Visitors £7

Burgess Hall, St Ives

Demonstration by Alan Smith from Ipswich entitled “Christmas All Wrapped Up”

 

15 November

Love’s Farm Women’s Institute

8-10pm

St Neots Football Club

The Love’s Farm Ladies is Love’s Farm’s new WI group, meeting on the third Thursday of the month. Come to make friends and do something new.

Tel: Nikki Jackson 07563 715043

Email: lovesfarmladieswi@gmail.com

 

16 November

Christmas Shopping Evening

7-9pm

Alconbury Primary School

Free admission

Why not join us for a festive evening of shopping and get Christmas all wrapped up? Enjoy festive nibbles, hot beverages and a glass of Prosecco. Browse our many stalls, packed full of lovely Christmas treats. Stalls include jewellery, wooden signs, candles, cards, decorations, henna, various handmade crafts, soaps and children’s clothes, skincare, personalised frames, homewares, etc..

 

16 & 17 November

Candlelit Tour of Island Hall

3pm

Island Hall, Godmanchester

£18.50 per person

Special Candlelit Tours are a magical opportunity to experience Island Hall’s lovingly restored Georgian rooms by glittering candlelight. Join award-winning interior designer, owner Christopher Vane Percy for an atmospheric afternoon tour. Listen to the intriguing stories of Island Hall’s history and tales of its residents past and present, then enjoy a delicious full homemade tea with fresh, finger sandwiches and a slice of rich, festive cake. Places are limited to just 18 for these tours.

Web: www.islandhall.com

 

16 November

Screen St Ives

Doors open 7.30pm for 8pm

The Corn Exchange, St Ives

Le Concert (Radu Mihaileanu 2009 Fr/It/Romania/Belgium 119mins) Cert 15. Thirty years before, the renowned conductor of the Bolshoi Orchestra was fired for hiring Jewish musicians and is reduced to working as a cleaner at the Bolshoi. Now he hatches a plan to get his musicians back together in Paris for one triumphant concert. Funny, touching and hopeful, Le Concert will win your heart.

Web: www.screenstives.org.uk

 

17 November

Christmas Fayre

10am-2pm

St. Mary’s Church, Eaton Socon

Fun for all ages. Stalls include crafts, books and puzzles, gifts and cards, homemade cakes and produce. Plus children’s games, letters to Santa and family photography sessions. Refreshments available.

 

17 & 18 November

Foxton Art Exhibition

11am-4pm

Foxton Primary School

Award winning art exhibition. An exciting event showcasing an array of work across a range of disciplines from local artists in order to raise money for artistic material, facilities and activities for the children of Foxton Primary School. The Exhibition has been running successfully for a number of years.

 

18 November

Biggleswade Antiques Fair

9.30am-4pm

The Weatherley Centre, Eagle Farm Road, Biggleswade

Entrance £2, Under 16s free if accompanied by an adult

This antiques fair offers a diverse range of antiques and collectables so whether you are a professional dealer, an avid collector or just looking for something special, this monthly fair is the place to visit. Café serving breakfast, lunch and afternoon tea.

Tel: 01480 382432 or 07906 647346

Web: www.madisonevents.co.uk

 

19 November

Little Paxton W I

7.45pm

St. James’ Church

Little Paxton WI meets every third Monday of the month, except December when it meets on the second Monday.

Email: evans-margaret@sky.com

 

19 November

St Neots Royal Naval Association

8pm

The RAFA Club, 44 Huntingdon Street, St Neots

St Neots & District Branch of the Royal Naval Association meet on the third Monday of every month. For further details contact the Secretary

Tel: Tony Webley 01480 215218

Email: jj.awebley@btinternet.com

 

20 November

Kimbolton Flower Club

7pm for 7.30pm

Mandeville Hall, Kimbolton

Members £3, Visitors £12.50 inc. wine & mince pies

Flower arranging demonstration with Sharon Badger entitled “A Christmas Celebration”. There will be charity parcels on sale, a sales table, and a raffle of the arrangements. All welcome.

 

20 November

Buckden Gardeners Association

7.45pm

Buckden Village Hall, Burberry Road

A talk by Geoff Hodge, entitled ‘Colour in Your Garden All The Year Round’. Geoff is a freelance gardening author and radio and TV broadcaster and is the former editor of Gardening News. Last year Geoff gave a very entertaining talk on roses and we are very much looking forward to his visit this year.

Web: https://buckdengardeners.info

 

21 November

Carers Coffee Club

2.30-4pm

The Royal Oak, Hail Weston

Are you caring for a loved one with a memory loss? Then come along and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee whilst chatting with others in a similar situation. Our informal group meets on every third Wednesday of the month. No need to book, just turn up. Hope to see you there.

Tel: Neil Silby 07889 319888 for further details

Email: kimpigfarmer@tiscali.co.uk

 

21 November

Huntingdonshire Family History Society

7.30pm

Women’s Institute Centre, Waldon Road, Huntingdon

Speaker will be Ken Sneath on ‘Nineteenth Century Godmanchester From The Census;. Non-members most welcome – contact the Secretary to attend. £1 donation at the door appreciated. Please check website for any last minute changes to programme.

Tel: Caroline Kesseler 01480 390476 for more details

Email: secretary@huntsfhs.org.uk

Website: www.huntsfhs.org.uk

 

22 November

Concert of Music for Saint Cecilia’s Day: East Bedfordshire Chamber Choir

7.30pm

Elstow Abbey Church

Tickets £12.50 on the door

Music by Handel, Purcell, Britten, Elgar, Macmillan, Vaughan Williams. Conducted by David Beer with the Element String Quartet, Justin Waters (Organ), Madalina Rusu (Piano) and special guest Eloise Marson (Saxophones).

Tel: Bookings 07710 692534

Web: www.eastbedschamberchoir.co.uk

 

22 November

St Neots & District Gardening Club

8pm

St Mary’s Church Hall, St Neots

Members social. Seasonal buffet, quiz, raffle and games.

Web: www.stneotsgardenclub.org.uk

 

24 November

Christmas Fair

10am-5pm

Ferry Meadows Country Park, Nene Park, Peterborough

Free admission

Stalls and activities – everything Christmas related. Charge applies for some activities.

 

24 November

Cambourne Christmas Market

11am-3pm

The Hub Community Centre, High Street, Cambourne

Free admission

A variety of Christmas stalls such as craft, baking, confectionary, festive plants and wreaths and unique Christmas gifts. Mulled wine and mince pies available

Email:christmas@cambourneparishcouncil.gov.uk for more info

 

24 November

Cambourne Christmas Lights Switch On

5-7pm

Market Square, Broad Street, Cambourne

Free event – donations welcome

Lights will be switched on between 6.15-6.30pm. Entertainment by JezO’s events, Santa’s grotto, face painting, food stalls, live music. Free mulled wine and mince pies.

Email: lightupcambourne@hotmail.com

 

24 November

Huntingdonshire Philharmonic Orchestral Concert

7.30pm

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Huntingdon

Tickets: £14/£12, Student Concession £7/£6

Wagner: Tannhäuser Overture. Schumann: Cello Concerto (Julian Metzger, Cello). Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 4 in F minor. Conductor: Bjorn Bantock. Tickets are available online or on the door.

Web: www.huntsphil.org.uk

 

24 & 25 November

St Ives Antiques Fair

10am-4pm

Burgess Hall (One Leisure Centre), Westwood Road, St Ives

Adults £2, Concessions £2

fun and friendly Antiques Fair with around 50 dealers offering affordable quality antiques and vintage pieces including ceramics, glass, maps, small items of furniture, silver, china, jewellery, paperweights, postcards and other interesting treasures of yesteryear at prices to suit all pockets. Ample free parking, wheelchair access from street level, on-site catering and licensed bar. Dealers welcome from 9am upon production of business card.

Tel: 01480 896866

Email: parkhousepr@aol.com

Web: www.stivesantiquesfair.co.uk

Facebook: www/facebook.com/stivesantiquesfair

Twitter: www.twitter.com/StIvesAntiques

 

24 & 25 November

Christmas Tree Festival and Christmas Fayre

12 noon-4pm

All Saints Church, Offord Cluny

Free admission

Free car parking.

Tel: 01480 810764

Email: johnlstorey35@hotmail.com

 

29 November

Toddler Time – Rain, Ice & Snow

10.30-11.30am

St Neots Museum, The Old Court, 8 New Street, St Neots

£3.50 per child

Join us for fun, history activities for young children, explore the museum and take home a messy art. Drop-in event.

Web: www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk

 

30 November

The Hinchingbrooke Bösendorfer Piano Concerts 2018-2019

7.30pm

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Hinchingbrooke Park Road, Huntingdon

Adults £15, Groups of 20+ £10 each, Students under 21 £5

Joy Farrall, clarinet; Caroline Dearnley, cello; John Lenehan, piano. Joy, famed for her brilliant solo performances with the Britten Sinfonia, will be joined by colleague, Caroline Dearnley, soloist and leader of the cellos in the same orchestra and pianist John Lenehan who frequently partners many iconic instrumentalists both in the UK and abroad. Their programme will include trios by Brahms and Beethoven.

Tel: Box Office 01480 375678 (9am-3pm)

Web: www.ticketsource.co.uk/hinchingbrookepac

 

1 December

Singing for Scotty’s

7.30pm

The Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, St Neots

Tickets £15, Concessions £10

A charity concert of male choirs featuring Huntingdon Male Voice Choir and formed especially for this event Sing2Help plus special guests Seer Green Singers. Promises to be an evening of songs and entertainment appealing to an audience of all ages.

Tel: Stewart 07771 616113

Web: www.hmvc.org.uk

 

1 December

Big Deal Comedy Night

7.30pm

St Andrews Centre, School Hill, Histon

£7 per person

Bringing some of the best new and experienced comedians on the circuit to a comedy night near you. On behalf of The Homeless Support Stand Up Project our Histon gig will be in aid of Jimmy’s Night Shelter. For every ticket sold, we will donate £2 to the Charity. Advance booking advised. Further details, including booking information, is online.

Email: events@bigdealcomedy.co.uk

Web: www.bigdealcomedy.co.uk

 

8 December

Big Deal Comedy Night

7.30pm

Upper Cambourne Cricket Pavillion, Cambourne

£7 per person

Bringing some of the best new and experienced comedians on the circuit to a comedy night near you. Returning after a sell-out show in September. Make sure you get your tickets ASAP as half sold out within 12 hours previously. Further details, including booking information, is online.

Email: events@bigdealcomedy.co.uk

Web: www.bigdealcomedy.co.uk

 

Until 21 December

Escape Room: Jail Break Conscription 1916

1.30-9pm

St Neots Museum, The Old Court, 8 New Street, St Neots

Large teams (5-8 people) £80, Small teams (4 people or less) £60

in partnership with Mystery in History, are proud to present the second season of Jailbreak, set in the Victorian cells of the Old Police Station, more commonly known these days as St Neots Museum. Our first season in Spring this year saw 574 people locked in our cells and we now return with a brand new challenge involving different skills and challenges.

Tel: 01480 214163

Web: www.stneotsmuseum.org.uk