Orpheus Britannicus Vocal Consort – up close and personal at Trinity Hall College Chapel

Rejoice in the Lamb – Orpheus Britannicus Vocal Consort – Britten, Poulenc and Alain Trinity Hall College Chapel is intimate. I sat in a pew facing towards the centre aisle and am pretty sure the person sitting opposite me and could have tweaked my nose if they’d felt like it. I have to confess that … More Orpheus Britannicus Vocal Consort – up close and personal at Trinity Hall College Chapel

Write Stuff – Advice c/o Cambridge Wordfest

  As promised, here is a follow-up post relaying the excellent advice for aspiring authors provided at Getting Published Today, a Wordfest event that took place on Saturday. Those passing on their tips were: Nicola Morgan – an award-winning author of 90 books and giver of crabbit advice to aspiring writers everywhere. Nicola runs a … More Write Stuff – Advice c/o Cambridge Wordfest

Write Stuff – Cambridge Wordfest Spring 2012

Feeling very excited now as the rather large batch of Wordfest tickets I ordered the other day popped through my letterbox this morning. Only limited funds prevented me from booking the weekend of 13/14/15 April solid. The Cambridge Union Society – a Wordfest venue Highlights for yet-to-be published writers include the Getting Published Today workshop … More Write Stuff – Cambridge Wordfest Spring 2012

Cambridge Events – University of Cambridge Science Festival

Events this year include the Astronomy Roadshow Planetarium Once again, this year, I’ve taken advantage of the wonderful, amazing (and free) University of Cambridge Science Festival. On Saturday I sneaked in to watch Steve Mould, Blue Peter’s regular science expert, give a talk about the joys of really, really long molecules.  It involved lots of … More Cambridge Events – University of Cambridge Science Festival

A Theatre Trip in Cambridge – The Secret Garden at The Mumford

The Mumford is Anglia Ruskin University’s theatre, based on its East Road campus, and hosts a wide range of productions, put on by small travelling companies and student societies.  You’re very conscious of entering a university building as you approach the theatre from Anglia Ruskin’s impressive East Road entrance. You go straight ahead, past the … More A Theatre Trip in Cambridge – The Secret Garden at The Mumford