Cambridge is a thriving city with plenty going on and a bustling nightlife. Here at EC, we encourage our students studying English language lesson’s in Cambridge to make the most of their time in England by getting out there and enjoying this fantastic historic city.
So, what’s on in Cambridge in March?
Cambridge is home to Cambridge University one of the top 10 universities in the world. This month the university are organising Cambridge Science Festival. The festival runs from the 9th – 22nd March and events are happening in various locations around Cambridge.
Cambridge has a rich musical culture. Why not check out the Tram Depot every Tuesday for its live jazz jam there are also Open Mic nights on various nights of the week at The Anchor, The Earl Of Beaconsfield and The Alma.
Cambridge is also home to the legendary Dave Gilmour from the Rock Band Pink Floyd. On the 9th March the Australian Pink Floyd Show is coming to Cambridge. Don’t miss this great opportunity to see a show about one of the most iconic bands in the UK’s history.
March 17th is St Patricks Day. St Patrick’s Day or Paddy’s Day is the celebration of the Irish Saint St Patrick. This day is celebrated across the UK. People wear green and drink the traditional Irish beer, Guinness.
In March we also have Red Nose Day. Again Red Nose day is a national day where people ‘do something funny for money’. At EC staff and students will be dressing up and we will be having a cake sale to raise money for children’s charities across the UK and the World.
EC Cambridge have a range of trips for you to enjoy. This month we have visits too York, London, Canterbury, Edinburgh, Stratford, Oxford, Liverpool, Salisbury, Brighton, Windsor and Greenwich. As well as this we have some football match tickets and trips to the West End of London to watch The Lion King, Thriller, Mamma Mia, Les Miserables, Cats and Phantom of the Opera.
So as you can see, this month is packed with events and activities.