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January

15 January - 13 February 2020, 00:00

  • Cambridge
  • Free

A compelling photography exhibition reflecting societal changes in Kalingalinga, Zambia.

22 January - 13 February 2020, 00:00

  • Cambridge
  • Free
Cambridge School of Art logo

Part 2 of the balcony exhibition showcasing the work of 2nd year BA Fine Art students

February

12 February 2020, 17:30 - 19:00

  • Cambridge
  • Free
a curved film strip, black and white picture

‘Night and Fog’ was produced in 1955 by Alain Renais. It’s an extraordinary documentary of the Holocaust.

12 February 2020, 17:30 - 19:30

  • Cambridge
  • Free
Andrew Hill

Award-winning Financial Times journalist Andrew Hill, author of Ruskinland: How John Ruskin Shapes Our World, examines the legacy and lessons of the work of the Victorian thinker.

28 February 2020, 19:00 - 21:00

  • Chelmsford
  • £10 / £8 (27 yrs and under)
Essex Book Festival logo

Val McDermid, Queen of Crime and number one bestselling author, joins us for the launch of Essex Book Festival. Perhaps best known for her Wire in the Blood series, Val will talk about her latest heart-pounding thriller.

March

3 March 2020, 19:00 - 20:30

  • Chelmsford
  • Tickets: £10 / £8 (27 yrs and under)
Essex Book Festival logo

Quantum physicist, author and broadcaster, Jim Al-Khalili OBE FRS, joins us to talk about his debut novel, which combines rip-roaring storytelling and mind-expanding science.

4 - 26 March 2020, 00:00

  • Cambridge
  • Free
Cambridge School of Art logo

An interactive exhibition showcasing contemporary and creative methods of visual story-telling.

4 - 26 March 2020, 00:00

  • Cambridge
  • Free

A visually enthralling exhibition acting as a platform to raise awareness about the issue of the preservation of Earth.

10 March 2020, 17:30 - 20:30

  • Cambridge
  • Free
Cambridge Science Festival 2016 logo

The Rising Network proudly presents Women Rising in STEM – Past, Present and Future, an interactive mentoring event spotlighting on inspirational women in science.

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