Open Hours: Su to Tu from 11:00 AM to 11:00 PM,We to Th from 11:00 AM to 12:00 AM,Fr to Sa from 11:00 AM to 01:00 AM
This superb venue plays host to a full set of bands on every day of the week. Set in a traditional pub setting, the venue can ... More
This superb venue plays host to a full set of bands on every day of the week. Set in a traditional pub setting, the venue can hold up to 200 people and entertains any kind of music from Irish nights to indie, blues, rock, pop and traditional folk music. The Boat Race is known for the select home-grown bands and overseas musicians that play on its premises - the then unknown Oasis performed at the Boat Race in 1994.
In Cambridge University's early days, Hugh de Balsham, Bishop of Ely, set up a scholars' foundation at what is now
St John's College . In 1284, this foundation moved south to a site beside St Peter's Church (now Little ...
Opposite the Fitzwilliam Museum lies this seafood restaurant and oyster bar, which fits perfectly into the historic setting of Cambridge.
Fresh seafood is served in brasserie style, and a varied list of quality wines complements the reasonably priced dishes. ...
Parker's Piece is the wide, public, square grass area just south of the city centre, overlooked by the University Arms
Hotel , Gonville Hotel and Parkside Swimming Pools . The municipal authorities bought the land from Trinity College in ...