Welcome to the night!
Get your glad rags on and hit the town – there are plenty of clubs, pubs and bars waiting for you.
196 Bar is a cosy bar located in the heart of Cambridge, it’s small but perfect for cocktails and some tasty small plates from the menu. The bar has a fantastic atmosphere and equally fantastic food, take a trip down and see!
At 3At3 real ale and craft beer cafe, they have an extensive beer library of bottled conditioned real ales and craft beers from many micro breweries, as well as a selection of local ciders and wines. Find it in Ely.
The ADC Theatre is the liveliest theatre in Cambridge, presenting a vibrant programme of drama, music and comedy. The theatre is a department of the University of Cambridge and is the oldest university playhouse in the country.
Opening its doors back in the 1970s, Ballare has seen many transformations. Ballare features the very best in lighting and sound systems, and has a large dancefloor for you to showcase your dance moves.
Baroosh Bar and Kitchen
Baroosh Bar and Kitchen, where you can share and enjoy great food in style at any time of the day, with a brilliant brunch offer for early birds, a variety of nibbly bits perfect for anytime grazing and bigger plates for meal times.
Black Shuck Ghost Tour
Whether you are a confirmed cynic or a big believer in the supernatural – The Black Shuck Ghost Tours team are here to take you on thrilling tours and exciting experiences to show a darker side to the ancient city of Cambridge.
Visit Browns for a relaxing, brasserie brunch, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner, made with quality, fresh, seasonal ingredients. Or if you don’t fancy a meal, the expert, friendly team will look after you in the stylish cocktail bar area.
Cambridge Arts Theatre
Cambridge Arts Theatre is one of the region’s liveliest and most exciting venues, hosting a varied programme of drama, dance, music, comedy and pantomime, as well as many shows prior to and direct from the West End.
Cambridge Corn Exchange
The Cambridge Corn Exchange is the largest multi-purpose entertainment venue in the region. It presents up to 300 performances per year ranging from the biggest names in music as well as musicals, comedy, opera and ballet.
Cambridge Junction is one of the most diverse cultural venues in the UK, a vibrant centre of contemporary culture and registered charity with a uniquely varied programme, it presents hundreds of performances each year.
De Luca Cucina and Bar
De Luca Cucina and Bar is a modern Italian restaurant in the heart of Cambridge City offering great quality delicious food at affordable prices. Perfect for a quick lunch, a romantic evening or group night out!
Drayman’s Son Micropub
Drayman’s Son is Ely’s only Micropub, they have an ethos to make your visit as warm and welcoming they can, they serve real ales and ciders, along with local Ely gins, English whisky and vodka, and large range of soft drinks.
Fez Club’s top mixologists have created a drinks list of pure taste and quality. From their unique Absintini’s to classics like the Long Island Iced Tea, they have an amazing array of delicious cocktails for you to enjoy.
Hidden Rooms is not a night club. It is however, a great place for drinks. A bar, live music and events venue. They’re famous for creative cocktails, prestigious spirits and bespoke events in the heart of beautiful Cambridge.
Innocence is proud to be the home of some of the regions biggest event brands, offering a diverse variety of music led entertainment. Experience East Anglia’s most prestigious nights in this beautiful venue.
Situated in Peterborough’s city centre overlooking the river Nene, the Key Theatre works to bring an abundance of entertainment and culture with nationally touring shows, dance, comedy, live music and much more.
Kuda nightclub is set in the heart of the bustling city centre, offering boutique style and 9 VIP booths, providing the perfect environment to sample some of their fabulous cocktails or celebrate in style with a VIP Package.
It is for cocktails that La Raza is best known. Their bartenders are all passionate about cocktails and are experts at mixology. Choose from the extensive list or ask your bartender to create a drink so suit your specific taste.
At Lola Lo, they have taken a dazzling array of show stopping cocktails, champagnes and rums and mixed it with an intoxicating blend of credible club classics and contemporary beats in a stunning setting.
Set in the heart of the Anglia Ruskin University campus, the Mumford Theatre is a university theatre presenting a range of touring professional, local community and student theatre, as well as a range of music events.
On the 2nd floor of Novi is the cocktail lounge, an area to settle in to for the evening, whilst enjoying one of their bespoke botanical cocktails. In the cocktail bar they offer table service throughout, but seating is limited.
Nusha is Cambridge’s trendiest cocktail bar and the place to be seen. All of the bartenders are cocktail trained and flip, toss and throw bottles with the greatest of skill. Find it in Cambridge Leisure Park.
Pint Shop is all about creating a place that embraces eating tasty food and drinking equally. A place where you feely equally at home having a few beers, a snack, light lunch or a full blown fantastic feast.
Stamford Shakespeare Company
One of Europe’s finest theatre venues, Tolethorpe Hall is home to the Rutland Open Air Theatre where the resident Stamford Shakespeare Company present an annual season of plays across June, July and August.
Ta Bouche in Market Passage is one of Cambridge’s most versatile bar-restaurants. By day, it offers a relaxing retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, and then by night it becomes one of Cambridge’s liveliest bars.
The Anchor is the perfect English pub atmosphere downstairs, which allows dogs and children all day, every day with a separate area upstairs for those looking for the slightly more formal, sit-down dining experience.
The Cambridge Brew House
The Cambridge Brew House is the perfect pub in Cambridge city centre to meet friends, enjoy a selection of fine beers, kick back and watch the game whilst sampling a tempting selection of delicious fresh food.
The Eagle pub is an institution for locals, city dwellers, shoppers and tourists alike. Those in the know will seek out their traditional British pub. They serve freshly prepared, irresistible food all day, every day.
The Old Bridge
The Old Bridge have many reasons to visit – Home-made scones with extra thick organic jersey cream, a large BLT, the perfect pint, the best espresso in the county, a jug of Mojito or even some Provencal olives on the patio.
The Old Spring
The Old Spring is a neighbourhood pub where all of the food is freshly made on site by their team of four chefs. They use local ingredients wherever possible and utilise some of the best produce their local suppliers have to offer.
The Pickerel are proud to say their fantastic menu is packed with Great British pub food classics, including iconic dishes like their hand-battered fish and chips, pie and mash and succulent burgers.
The Portland Arms
The Portland Arms has four distinct areas; the Saloon bar is the heart of the pub with it’s real fire place, original wood paneling and open layout. This is also the main dining area for the pub with home-cooked food.
The Punter is a stunningly renovated old coaching house offering fine ales and wines, excellent food and friendly service. They welcome an eclectic mix of liquorice all-sorts from both the town and the gown.
The Q Club
The Q Club not only host a broad range of exciting alternative club nights and they have a range of cheap drinks! They have a friendly, welcoming atmosphere whether you want to dance all night or just chill on comfortable sofas.
The Snug is your local reinvented! They are everything that’s great about your local pub; friendly and welcoming, with a few modern twists thrown in. The bar’s signature cocktails only use premium spirits.
The Victoria Inn
Find The Victoria Inn, a traditional community local, tucked away in Victoria Square. In the summer there’s a pool table in the beer garden and the BBQ area can be booked in advance. There’s regular live music on Saturday nights.
Varsity Hotel Bar
Enjoy a glass of champagne from the bar’s extensive champagne menu, or a cooling glass of Pimms and lemonade from the drinks list lounging on one of the sofas, relaxing, as the world passes by below.
West Road Concert Hall
West Road Concert Hall was built in 1978 by Sir Leslie Martin and is widely regarded as one of Cambridge’s premiere music venues. The hall is renowned for its superb acoustic qualities.