FEBRUARY2015 - The Junction

8pm / J2 / £11 adv
An exciting new collaboration featuring Andy Cutting, Sam
Sweeney and Rob Harbron, three of England’s finest folk
musicians.
Wed 18 Feb
Grounded
7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 14+
The Gate Theatre present a gripping, compulsive new play that targets
our assumptions about war, family, and what it is to be a woman.
Wed 18 Feb Kathryn
Like Rabbits
7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 14+
Tickell & The Side
Lost Dog present a new dance piece inspired by Virginia Woolf’s
short story Lappin and Lapinova.
Fri 27 Feb
Comedy
Lewis Schaffer is Free
until Famous
Lewis Schaffer’s free-wheeling style, often described as “jazz”,
makes every show different and thrilling.
8pm / J2 / Free*
*A voluntary collection will be made at the end of the show.​
(Maximum 2 tickets per person).
Sat 28 Feb
Dub Colossus
Doors 7pm / J1 / £18 adv
8pm / J2 / £13 adv
Thu 19 Feb
Arrested Development
Sat 28 Feb
Doors 7pm / J1 / £21 adv
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Northumbrian piper Kathryn Tickell channels classical and folk
in her new quartet The Side, featuring pipes, cello, harp, and clog
dancing. Seated event.
Hip-hop trailblazers Arrested Development play hits from their
20+ year career along with new material.
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Dub Colossus fuse traditional azmari music, ethio-jazz, dub,
and reggae.
White Noise
House, drum and bass, garage and bass music.
10pm – 6am / J1 / £7 adv (limited early bird £5) / 18+
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Doors 7pm / J1 / £13 adv
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Indie rock trio Little Comets play tracks from their new album
Hope is Just a State of Mind.
Wed 25 Feb
Dance
8pm / J2 / £13 adv
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8pm / J2 / £14 (£12 con) / 16+
Little Comets
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An original and moving story of a Yorkshire soldier
caught up in the enormity of the First World War.
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Leveret
Josie Long is back with her most personal show to date.
Tue 24 Feb
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Comedy Three-time Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee and cult optimist
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Boyes with Belinda O’Hooley:
Sensations of a Wound
Doors 7pm / J1 / £13.50 adv
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Wed 11 Feb Jim
Americana and folk influenced sibling trio The Staves showcase
material from their forthcoming album If I Was.
Josie Long: Cara Josephine
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8pm / J2 / £12 adv
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8pm / J2 / £11 adv
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11pm – 3am / J2 / Fundraiser - pay what you choose:
25p, £2.50, £12.50, £25, £250, £2500 / 18+
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An explosion of loud, electric, guitar-driven folk
for the 21st century.
11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £10 adult / £6 child.
Group of 4: £27 (max. 2 adults) / 3+
Mon 23 Feb
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Lights
(feat. Sam Carter & Jim Moray)
Humorous characters, original music and a ‘living picture book’
set combine in this inventive and surprising new show about the
inhabitants of a traditional Alpine Weather House.
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10pm – 6am / £18 adv / 18+
Mon 09 Feb False
Cum Cum Again
Cambridge Junction’s first ever club night returns to celebrate
our 25th birthday. Featuring original DJ’s Paul Darking, Thom
Bullock and Julian Butterfield.
Family
Whatever The Weather
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8pm / J2 / £11 adv
Sun 22 Feb
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Sat 14 Feb
Trio Da Kali hail from Mali’s Mande culture - a heritage of
distinguished griots, the caste of specialist hereditary musical artisans.
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8pm / J2 / Fundraiser - pay what you choose:
25p, £2.50, £12.50, £25, £250, £2500 / 18+
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Drum & Bass. Featuring Hype With IC3 & Funsta, Hazard with
Skibadee, Sub Zero with Eksman, Logan D, Pleasure Majistrate,
Macky Gee, Phantasy & Alpha with Skibadee, Shotta, Shabba
& Stormin, Uncle Dugs, David Boomah, Navigator, Barrington,
Concrete, Blazin, MC’s: Skibadee, Eksman, Evil B, Harry Shotta,
IC3, Shabba, Funsta, Five Alive, Phantom, Carasel, Inja and more. A 25th anniversary quiz hosted by Tom Roden of the hilarious
New Art Club. Irreverent, intellectually stimulating and
downright stupid - expect silly prizes as well as artefacts from
Cambridge Junction’s archives and the city’s museums.
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Trio Da Kali
Doors 7pm / J1 / £8 adv
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Sat 14 Feb
7pm / J3 / £6
Sat 21 Feb
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Our monthly showcase of the best up and coming acoustic talent
from the East of England.
11am – 4pm / J2 & J3 / Fundraiser - pay what you choose:
25p, £2.50, £12.50, £25, £250, £2500.
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Fiver Unplugged
Plus DJ Les Bradley.
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8.30pm (doors 7.45pm) / J2 / £13 / 16+
Sat 21 Feb Big 10 & Colonel Hathi
Music Celebrate Gary Brown’s 50th with a night of ska.
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Doors 6.45pm / J1 / £6
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and Debra Jane Appleby.
The Mojo Slide, Cathedrals & Cars, Sleeve of Hearts, Hard
Actors, Meet Me at Dawn and The XL5s.
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Comedy Featuring Phil Nichol, Jarred Christmas, Tom Short
Cambridge Junction is turning 25 and we’re having a big
party! Come explore our buildings for a day of fun workshops,
performances, unusual backstage tours, and more. Learn to cook,
serve and perform in Hunt & Darton style before enjoying a
communal lunch.
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Jesterlarf Comedy Club
Fri 20 Feb
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Family
25th Birthday Family Day
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6.30pm / J2 / Free (ticketed)
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Doors 7pm / J1 / £17 adv
Sat 14 Feb
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Fri 06 Feb Man-go
Lithuanian pop sensations.
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Music
8pm / J2 / £16 / 16+
Comedy
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Fri 06 Feb Ri
8pm / J2 / £13 / 16+
Dylan Moran
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INFO & tickets
online junction.co.uk
tel 01223 511 511
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Thu 12 & Fri 13 Feb
Join the Parliamentary Candidates for Cambridge to discuss
the role of arts and culture in Cambridge. This event, for local
audiences and arts and culture professionals, is an opportunity to
meet the candidates and hear their views on the future of arts and
culture in the UK.
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on Absolute Radio.
how to book
Arts, Culture and Quality
of Life – The Political Debate
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Comedy Star of Trying Again and co-host of The Frank Skinner Show
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Alun Cochrane: (Me Neither)
Debate
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Wed 04 Feb
Thu 19 Feb
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FEBRUARY 2015
CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION
25TH BIRTHDAY EVENTS
Which Space?
Cambridge Junction operates over three different spaces: J1, J2
and J3. J1 is the largest space, used mainly for our music and club
programme. J2 is the theatre space, where we hold a variety of events.
J3 is the studio, used for smaller performances and artist development.
Access
Cambridge Junction is fully accessible. If you would like to discuss
any access issue prior to your visit, please call us on 01223 511 511.
You can request this guide in large print.
Info
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All prices shown include a booking fee of £1.
ID must be produced for events with age restrictions.
l Under 14s must be accompanied by an adult.
l You may be searched upon entry.
l All seated events are unreserved.
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MARCH 2015
Sun 01 Mar
Family
Dance
The Doodle Dance Show
A playful interactive show that will get the whole family drawing
and dancing.
11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £10 adult / £6 child.
Group of 4: £27 (max. 2 adults) / 3-13
Mon 02 Mar
Music
Glass Animals
Oxford based four piece blending indie with electronic music play
material from their new album Zaba.
Fri 13 Mar
Music
Michael McGoldrick,
John McCusker and John Doyle
A rare chance to see three of the world’s finest folk musicians share
a stage together.
8pm / J2 / £17 adv
Thu 05 Mar
True West
7.30pm / J2 / £10 (£6 con) / 14+
Theatre
Lone Twin’s raucous re-imagining of Sam Shepard’s play True West
tells the tale of a family storm with two brothers at its eye.
Fri 06 Mar
Jesterlarf Comedy Club
8.30pm (doors 7.45pm) / J2 / £13 adv / 16+
Sat 07 Mar
Andy C: All Night
Comedy Featuring Rob Rouse, Fern Brady, Silky, and Michael Legge.
Club
Pioneering force of drum and bass Andy C hosts
an epic all-nighter.
10pm – 6am / J1 / £16 adv / 18+
Sun 08 Mar
WOW Festival 2015
Mon 23 Mar
Jon Gomm
up comedian, actor and writer, known for her straight-talking
material and instantly likeable disposition.
8pm / J2 / £15 adv
8pm / J2 / £13 / 16+
Sat 14 Mar
Fiver Unplugged
7pm / J3 / £6
Music
Theatre
Family
The Origin of Species…
Edinburgh Fringe sell-out and international smash hit. Tangram
Theatre Company’s The Origin of Species… tells the incredible
story of how Darwin came to discover the secrets of evolution
and why it took him over twenty years to pluck up the courage to
publish his remarkable idea. Part of Cambridge Science Festival.
7.30pm / J2 / £12 adult / £8 con /
Group of 4: £34 (max. 2 adults) / 9+
Wed 18 & Pioneer
Thu 19 Mar 2014 Fringe First winners curious directive return with a
Theatre
multimedia sci-fi thriller about the first humans on Mars.
curious directive are theatre company in residence for Cambridge
Science Festival.
7.30pm / J2 / £12 (£8 con) / 12+
Fri 20 Mar
Lee Nelson: Suited and Booted
Comedy See Lee live in this intimate gig as he prepares for his highly
anticipated nationwide tour.
8pm / J2 / £16 adv / 16+
Sat 21 Mar
Music
Duke Special
Vaudeville inspired singer-songwriter Duke Special returns to
showcase material from his latest release Look Out Machines.
Plus Paul Cook & The Chronicles.
WOW Cambridge celebrate International Women’s Day with a
festival filled with talks, performances, music, poetry, debates,
workshops, speed mentoring, activities for children and families
and more.
Sun 22 Mar
Family Folk Show with Megson
Tue 10 & Simon Amstell: To be
Wed 11 Mar Plus support from Daniel Simonsen.
11.30am & 2.30pm / £10 adult (£6 child)
Group of 4: £27 (max. 2 adults)
Comedy Fri 13 Mar
Music
Free
Sold out.
8pm / J2 / £15 adv
Family
Music
From 10am / across the venue / £6 (£4 con) / under 16s free
Following two sell-out shows last year, award-winning folk duo
Megson return to Cambridge Junction with their hugely popular
gig for pre-school children.
8pm / J2 / £22 (£19 con) / 16+
Sun 22 Mar Stiff
Rhymepad & boombap
Doors 7pm / J1 / £11 adv
Mon 23 Mar
Lucy Rose
Doors 7pm / J1 / £14 adv
Rhymepad present the official Boom Bap Festival warm up.
Music
Music
Music
Guitarist and singer/songwriter rooted in styles of classical, blues,
jazz, and rock.
JUNCTURES: UK Iran
Cultural Exchange Symposium
Wed 25 Mar
Conference
Debate Debate and provocations exploring innovation and collaboration
Our monthly showcase of the best up and coming acoustic talent
from the East of England.
Sat 14 Mar
8pm / J2 / £11 adv
Tue 03 Mar
Tiff Stevenson: Optimist
Comedy Finalist on ITV1’s Show Me the Funny, Tiff Stevenson is a stand-
across the arts and sciences culminating in a Long Table
conversation and dinner.
10am - 5.30pm / Long Table conversation 6pm / £6
Fri 27 Mar
Larry Miller Band
Doors 7pm / J1 / £13.50 adv
Music
One of the must-see blues-rock guitarists bringing his unique
showmanship to every performance.
Fri 27 Mar
Comedy
Richard Herring:
Lord of the Dance Settee
After covering weighty issues like death, love, religion and spam
javelins, “The King of Edinburgh” (List) returns to Cambridge
Junction with his new show.
8pm / J2 / £16 / 16+
Sat 28 Mar
Comedy
Austentatious:
An Improvised Jane Austen Novel
A comedy play spun in the inimitable style of Jane Austen – and
based entirely on audience suggestions.
8pm / J2 / £13 adv / 16+
Sun 29 Mar
Family
Red Riding Hood
Norwich Puppet Theatre put a fresh twist on a well-loved tale.
11.30am & 2.30pm / J2 / £10 adult / £6 child.
Group of 4: £27 (max. 2 adults) / 4+
Mon 30 Mar
Martha Tilston
8pm / J2 / £13 adv
Music
Traditional folk songs about the sea, collected, sung and played
by Martha with family and friends
FEBmaR
2015
Little Fingers
Original punk icons.
Doors 7pm / J1 / £19.50 adv The acclaimed singer takes her five piece band out on the road to
play some new material from her second album.
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