Whether you are visiting the city of live here and just want to know what’s on in Cambridge in September 2023, this guide of events will help you plan ahead for fun gigs, quality plays, and more. We try and keep the guide as up to date as possible but things change. Therefore do click through to the venues for bang up-to-date timings, dates and availability. On to the September guide!
Cambridge Corn Exchange:
TROOP SKILL SHARING SPACE
JOE AVATI: WHEN I WAS YOUR AGE
PETE FIRMAN: TRIKTOK
JENNY ECLAIR: SIXTY PLUS! (FFS!)
URZILA CARSON: JUST NO
THE BLACKHEART ORCHESTRA
PAUL TAYLOR: BISOUBYE X
ALFIE BROWN: RED FLAGS GALORE!
OUT OF THE HAT!
SEED TALKS: THE ART HISTORY OF STUDIO GHIBLI
GODOT IS A WOMAN
JOHN ROBINS: HOWL
JASON BYRNE: THE IRONIC BIONIC MAN
MUNGO’S HIFI, SOLO BANTON, DAWN PENN
JAMES ROWLAND: PIECE OF WORK
ANGELA BARNES: HOT MESS
DARREN HARRIOTT: ROADMAN
JOHN KEARNS: THE VARNISHING DAYS – EXTRA DATE
ROBERT JON & THE WRECK
PIERRE NOVELLIE: WHY CAN’T I JUST ENJOY THINGS?
THE FIVER – SEPTEMBER
MEET ASTRID LINDGREN’S PIPPI LONGSTOCKING
SEED TALKS: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF KINK & FETISH
THE END / THE BEGINNING
JORDAN GRAY: IS IT A BIRD
THE BRASS FUNKEYS
Tue 5 – Sat 9 September
THE WEDDING SINGER
CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL OF DRAMA EVENT 1
CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL OF DRAMA EVENT 2
CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL OF DRAMA EVENT 3
CAMBRIDGE FESTIVAL OF DRAMA EVENT 4
WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
The Portland Arms:
See the music events for May at the Portland Arms here.
Festivals in September:
16th- 17th Sept 2023
The Cambridge Autumn Food Home and Craft Fair brings together a wide range of arts, crafts, food, drink, homewares and lifestyle stalls on Parker’s Piece. For instance, learn how to keep bees, bake, make Jams and pickles as well as other classes including flowers and flower arranging. In other words an outdoor foodies heaven.
More about Cambridge festivals here.
More things to do in Cambridge here.
Check out our monthly events guide here.