Going Out

PUBLISHED: 13:48 29 June 2006 | UPDATED: 14:44 12 May 2010

Going Out...

Going Out...

THEATRES/SHOWS Arts Theatre, Cambridge: # PUSH – an uplifting and contemporary opera. 7.30pm. £10-£20. Ends Thursday July 6. # Killing Castro. 7.45pm. £10-£26. Ends Saturday. The Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge: # Dancing in the Streets. 7.30pm. £1

THEATRES/SHOWS

Arts Theatre, Cambridge:

# PUSH - an uplifting and

contemporary opera. 7.30pm. £10-£20. Ends Thursday July 6.

# Killing Castro. 7.45pm. £10-£26. Ends Saturday.

The Cambridge Corn Exchange, Cambridge:

# Dancing in the Streets. 7.30pm. £17.00-£21.00. Wednesday.

Mumford Theatre:

# Song and Dance. 8pm. £10/£8 concessions. Friday.

CONCERTS/GIGS

Friday

Cambridge Folk Club:

# An evening of jazzy folk with Galliard and The Usual Suspects. £6-£8.

CLUBS & PUBS

Friday

# The Junction, Cambridge: Boogie. 11pm-3am. £7.50 door/£4.50 adv. 18+

# Nu Nightclub, Royston: 10am-3pm. £5 after 10pm.

# Poo Na Na, Cambridge:

Funk on Fridays. 8pm-midnight. Free.

Saturday

# Poo Na Na, Cambridge: Shakedown. 8pm-midnight. Free before 9pm, £4 after.

EXHIBITIONS

# Wimpole Estate, Wimpole: Edward Dimsdale with an

exhibition of photography.

1-5pm. Free admission. Runs until Sunday August 6.

# Kettle's Yard, Cambridge: Sarah Dobai - Photographs & Filmworks (ends July 9). For more information call 01223 352124.

# Fitzwilliam Museum,

Cambridge:

Heroes of Kabuki - The Jesus College Gift of Japanese Prints (ends Sept 24)

The Imagery of War (ends

Aug 27)

Prints of Nature and Artifice: Albrecht Altdorfer (c.1482/5-1538) (ends Sunday). For more information call 01223 332900.

EVENTS

Wimpole Estate, Wimpole:

MG T-Register Rally. 12.30-2.30pm. Saturday.


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