Music Venues

For Jams and Open Mics in Cambridge see Cambridge Jams & Open Mics Web Site
Burwell Ex-Service and Social Club
The club puts on live music every Saturday night and has live country music on the last Friday of each month
Social Club Web Site
Cambridge Corn Exchange
Monday - Saturday 10am - 9pm (6pm when there is no evening performance) Sunday 6pm - 9pm (on days of performance only)
Box Office: 01223 357851

Corn Exchange Web Site
Five Miles From Anywhere No Hurry Inn
Bands every Friday night
Five Miles From Anywhere Web Site
5 Miles Logo
The Anchor, Burwell
Frequently have live music, Fridays and Sundays
The Anchor Web Page

The Anchor, Burwell
The Bull Public House (Newmarket)
Bands on Fridays usually
The Bull Web Site

The Bull Facebook Page
The Five Bells, Burwell
Occasional Live Bands usually on Fridays
The Five Bells Web Page

The Five Bells, Facebook Page
The Griffin (Isleham)
Village pub, restaurant and live music venue
Open Mic Every Wednesday
Live Bands Most Saturdays
The Griffin Web Site The Griffin on Facebook
The Hat and Rabbit (Fulbourn)
Fulbourn village pub, restaurant and live music venue Hat and Rabbit Web Site What's on at the Hat and Rabbit
Hat and Rabbit Logo
The Plough and Fleece Horningsea (Cambridge)
High Street, Horningsea, Cambridgeshire CB25 9JG
The Plough and Fleece Horningsea (Cambridge)
01223 860795 Plough and Fleece Web Site
Village community owned pub now holding lots of musical events.


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The Portland Arms (Cambridge)
129 Chesterton Road, Cambridge, CB4 3BA.
Portland Arms Web Site

01223 357268
The Shed (Lode)
Opened in 2017. A large pub restaurant holding the occasional musical events.
The Shed Web Site
The Junction
Junction Production Services Clifton Road Cambridge CB1 7GX
Junction Production Services
01223 5767571
Junction Web Site
The Loft, Cambridge
The Loft is a 140 capacity live music venue in Cambridge, UK. Situated above one of Cambridge's busiest Student Pubs - The Graduate, 16 Chesterton Rd, Cambridge
The Loft Web Site

The Loft, Cambridge
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