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Move over Paris! Cambridge named Europe's second most dynamic city

Cambridge has stolen a march on Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin after being named Europe's second most dynamic city. New research from Savills Investment Management, the Dynamic Cities Index, puts Cambridge second in a list of places that are able to best attract and retain talent, spur innovation and increase productivity. It is behind London, but ahead of European capitals Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin, which are third, fourth and fifth respectively. Read... Read More »

Cambridge Shakepseare Festival - 9 July - 25 August

The Cambridge Shakespeare Festival has become a significant cultural event in the region, attracting upwards of 25,000 visitors for the productions which run during the eight weeks of the Festival. An evening at the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival is a unique experience. Prior to the performance, members of the audience can picnic in the idyllic setting of some of Cambridge's most historic colleges, before sitting back to enjoy an evening of dynamic and... Read More »

Camridge Summer Music Festival - 5-21 July

Cambridge Summer Music exists to promote live classical music of the highest calibre in Cambridge and the surrounding villages. The annual Cambridge Summer Music Festival presents outstanding soloists, chamber ensembles and orchestras as well as supporting talented young artists at the beginning of their careers. It provides a platform for both living composers and more familiar repertoire, all performed in beautiful historic settings in and around our... Read More »

The Big Weekend - 13-15 July

Hosted by City Events, enjoy a range of activities and performances across the weekend right in the heart of the city on Parker's Piece. Find out more here: Read More »

Cambridge Folk Festival - 2-5 August

Cambridge Folk Festival, which celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2014, is one of the premier music events in Europe and one of the longest running and most famous folk festivals in the world. Held each year since 1965 in the beautiful setting of Cherry Hinton Hall, it attracts around fourteen thousand people, many of whom return year after year. Find out more here: Read More »