The Hidden Secrets of Cambridge 21 January 2020

The Bradfield Centre

  • Date 21 Jan 2020
  • Time 12.30-13.30
  • Address The Bradfield Centre Milton Road CB4 0GF

Do you know Cambridge as well as you think you do? In this short talk aimed at those already working or living around Cambridge, come and discover some more of its hidden secrets:

The Beatles played Cambridge twice in the same year; did chaos ensue? Six years later John Lennon came back with Yoko Ono. Just what did they do in public for the very first time and what did John Lennon say about the people of Cambridge?

The language used by some Cambridge University student organisers in advertising for May Ball helpers suggests they might have a bright future as business recruiters.

Stephen Hawking famously said “Remember to look up at the stars and not down at your feet.” Art lovers in Cambridge should do exactly the opposite. Why?


The speaker, Murray Jacobs, is a Cambridge Green Badge Guide who runs general and tailored walking tours of Cambridge for first-time visitors, business clients and people living locally. He also gives short, fun and informative talks on “The Hidden Secrets of Cambridge” to companies for those who may prefer listening to the talk before exploring and discovering Cambridge’s secrets at a time and pace that suits them.

Please register using the form on the right.

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