The Junction

Cambridge Junction is the arts centre in Cambridge where art meets life. At Cambridge Junction, audiences and artists experience and explore contemporary performance, popular culture, creative learning, and the rich territories in-between. We are committed to art and entertainment that is up-and-coming, youthful and cutting-edge. We seek to be relevant and meaningful to the lives of audiences, and informed by our location in Cambridge.

Below are just a few of  our shows and activities.

Hands on Happenings

FREE arts and craft activity for children and their grown-ups. Our doors may be closed at the moment – but we still have some fun arts and craft activities for your family to take part in. Download activity sheets and show off your creative skills by taking a photo of your finished work – don’t forget to tag us on Twitter or Facebook!

Hunt & Darton: DIY Radio

DIY Radio – let’s make radio together! Hunt & Darton are thrilled to present DIY Radio, a new family activity pack with everything you need to make your very own radio show at home.

Total Arts

Total Arts is Cambridge Junction’s participation group for disabled young people aged 13-25. The awe-inspiring group have continued to meet fortnightly on Zoom since March and have been making new films.

Watch the Total Arts lockdown film.

Watch the Total Arts guide to making a film.

Hannah Jane Walker: You Know It Knows

COVID-19 placed us all into a state of suspended threat and hypervigilance. Which, whether or not we realised it, had an effect on all body and mind systems. This piece asks, how do we live under threat, and stay well? A sound piece to listen to at home, on your own or with others.

Would Like To Meet

Scottee & Friends Ltd’s fantastic installation on Ross Street may have come to an end but you can still listen to resident podcast recordings and watch a film about the project online.

METIS presents Love Letters to a Liveable Future

In collaboration with HOMEmcr #Homemakers, we have commissioned this new project from Metis Arts that explores our dreams for a future beyond lockdown and how we might make those a reality. Could this crisis make another world possible? What do we miss about our old lives and what would we like to replace and transform?

Anna Brownsted presents Week Nine

In collaboration with HOMEmcr #Homemakers, we have supported this new project from Anna Brownsted. Created via long-distance collaboration in makeshift home studios across the UK, US and Estonia, Week Nine is lockdown escapism for you and your headphones… a story within a story within a surreal reality.