Cambridge Corn Exchange

Cambridge Gig Guide: Spring 2015

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International Student Stupefied by Violent Attack

Straining town-gown relations further, police reveal how a Cantab was assaulted on his birthday, for wearing a gown ‘like Harry Potter’.

Review: Alt-J

The music was great, but FRANCESCA HILL thinks the atmosphere left a lot to be desired.

Matt Cardle

Everyone’s favourite sex god is back. No, it’s not TABATHA LEGGETT, it’s only MATT BLOODY CARDLE!

Holly’s Highlights: Week 7

HOLLY STEVENSON picks the best cultural things to do this week. This week is all about comedy gigs, vampires and celebrities in jungles.

Holly’s Highlights: Week 5

Nursing a Dirty Double-related hangover, Culture Editor HOLLY STEVENSON feeds you the comforting soup of Culture as Week 5 hits.

CornEx Gets A Cheeky Makeover

One of Cambridge’s cultural hotspots is undergoing some pretty big renovations over the next few months, providing barrels of optimism music fans.

Interview: Chase and Status

JAKE ALDEN-FALCONER talks to drum and bass legends CHASE AND STATUS, about collaborating with the mainstream, life on tour, and the bright young things the experienced pair have their eye on.

Interview: The Stranglers

JENNA CORDEROY talks to JJ Burnel from the legendary punk band THE STRANGLERS, who have in their time managed to win an Ivor Novello award, piss off Michael Eavis and shove bananas up their arses. Rock and roll.

Chase & Status

JAKE ALDEN-FALCONER: gets ‘swept away by the relentless waves of frenetic energy’

Interview: Stephen K Amos

‘I had seven brothers and sisters. No one was listening…so I danced on the dining room table and broke it.’ TALIA RICHARD-CARVAJAL talks to STEPHEN K AMOS, comedian and self-confessed attention seeker.

Review: Laura Marling at The Corn Exchange

ANGUS MACDONALD: “Ms. Marling’s gentle blushing nervousness was matched by a genuinely humbled audience. It was a brilliantly balanced act.”

Review: Thom Yorke

GEORGE OSBORN and CHLOE MASHITER find it hard to fault a nigh on flawless gig from the Radiohead front man

Review: Lostprophets

CHRIS BANNON got all that he expected from Lost Prophets, if nothing more.