Live Music

Cambridge has a buzzing music scene. Big-name acts regularly stop off at the Corn Exchange, just a three-minute walk from college, on UK tours; recent highlights include Bloc Party, the Kooks, Dirty Pretty Things and Athlete. The venue is quite large, holding over 1500 people. The balcony seating is set very far back and is not recommended. The standing section is fine and not renowned for being particularly rough though the building's design makes it a veritable "sweatbox". Book your tickets from the website at www.cornex.co.uk or in person at the box office to avoid ticket agency fees.

The Junction is smaller but much further away. It could take you 30 minutes to walk to the venue, which is just past the rail station at the Cambridge Leisure Park. However, it is a good venue; the main room is bizarrely diagonal but means that everyone feels near the stage - it feels like there are lot less people there than there are. It's a bit more violent but nothing to worry about. There is a Trailer of Life franchise, which is as unpopular as its Market Square equivalent is popular. Tickets are usually a bit cheaper than at the Cornex but this rule is not universal. The Junction attracts a variety of names, from famed acts like Travis and Supergrass to prolific UK-tourers such as Get Cape and The Go! Team. There is also a smaller second venue at the Junction which holds about 300 people and is usually used for local bands.

There are also many Classical and Jazz concerts in and around Cambridge, both in Christ's and at other colleges, as well as those put on by University Societies.

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