From medicinal plants at Madingley Hall to the Indian doctor who shook up Mill Road a century ago, a huge range of exciting events is planned for Open Cambridge 2017
An ambitious programme, celebrating the birth of poet and playwright Christopher Marlowe 450 years ago, will begin later this month with a rare performance of his early work Dido, Queen of Carthage from 12 to 16 November. A final gala performance will take place in the Senate House.
The wit of Alan Ayckbourn returns to Cambridge at the ADC theatre this July (5th – 9th), with the first local amateur production of Improbable Fiction.
The Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, His Royal Highness The Duke of Edinburgh, visited the University yesterday to preside over a ceremony to admit recent major donors to the Cambridge Guild of Benefactors.