Our Venues

VENUE

Cambridge Junction, Cambridge Leisure Park, Clifton Way. Cambridge CB1 7GX

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Box Office 

Opening Hours: Mon – Sat 10am – 6pm 01223 511 511

(The box office is also open evenings when an event is taking place) Closed Bank holidays

How to find us

By Train
Cambridge Junction is less than ten minutes walk from from Cambridge Railway Station. Turn left out of the station onto Station Place, walk for a few minutes before turning right on to Brookgate. Turn left by the Co-op onto Hills Road, then walk over the railway bridge. As you pass over the bridge, you will see Cambridge Junction on your left. Access can be gained via the stairs from the bridge, or by continuing across the bridge and turning left into Cherry Hinton Road, then across Cambridge Leisure Park.

For further information visit the National Rail Enquiries website or call 08457 48 49 50.

By Car

From all directions outside Cambridge go to Junction 11 on the M11 and take the A1309 into Cambridge for several miles. At the second set of major traffic lights, turn right into Long Road. At the next major traffic lights turn left into Hills Road. After half a mile turn right into Cherry Hinton Road. Turn left unto Clifton Road. After approx 200 metres you will arrive at Clifton Way on your left, which leads to Cambridge Junction. For Sat Nav users, our postcode is CB1 7GX.

By Bus

Buses run regularly along Hills Road and Cherry Hinton Road throughout the day and early evening. Nightbuses pass to and from the City Centre, Arbury, Kings Hedges, Chesterton, Trumpington, Queen Edith’s Way, Cherry Hinton, Perne Road and the Whitehill Estate. For further information visit Stagecoach website or call 08712 00 22 33

Parking

Secure car parking is available in the Cambridge Leisure multi-storey car park on Clifton Way, adjacent to Cambridge Junction. For more information click here. Customers visiting Cambridge Junction during the day may validate their parking tickets at the J2 Box Office to obtain a discounted rate.

By Bicycle or On Foot from the City Centre

Cambridge Junction is a 30 minute walk from the centre of Cambridge. Head out of the city on St Andrews Street, with the Grand Arcade shopping centre on your right. Stay on this road as it becomes Regent Street. When you get to the Catholic Church with the high spire at the crossroads where Hills Road, Regent Street, Gonville Place and Lensfield Road meet, head straight up Hills Road. As you pass over the bridge, you will see Cambridge Junction on your left.

Access can be gained via the stairs from the bridge or by continuing across the bridge and turning left into Cherry Hinton Road and across Cambridge Leisure Plaza. There are a huge number of cycle racks outside Cambridge Junction.

VENUE

West Road Concert Hall, 11 West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DP

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West Road Concert Hall is one of Cambridge’s premiere music venues. Ideally situated only a minutes’ walk from the famous Cambridge Backs and King’s College. It is renowned for its superb acoustic qualities. With its 500 seat capacity, it is the ideal venue for comedy that bridges the gap between arena shows and small venues.

PARKING

Parking is limited and we recommend using public transport and Park & Ride where possible.

www.cambridge.gov.uk/parking

Approximately 50 Pay & Display spaces are available on West Road, immediately opposite the Hall (free after 5pm). The nearest unregulated streets are: Herschel, Adams and Cranmer Roads. Parking spaces for disabled customers are available on Sidgwick Site.

BOX OFFICE

Cambridge Live Tickets, Wheeler Street, Cambridge CB2 3QB 01223 357851

Opening hours Tel: Mon-Sat 10am – 6pm   Counter: Mon-Sat 12pm – 6pm

www.cambridgelive.org.uk/tickets

VENUE

Saffron Walden The Town Hall, Market Street, Saffron Walden CB10 1HZ. 

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An amazing 18th-century neoclassical building, that hosts comedy, live music and theatre productions. The 170 capacity venue, is a great venue to catch big-name acts, performing rare and intimate warm-up shows, ahead of their large theatre tours.

The venue has a fully-stocked, licensed bar for all your refreshment needs. The historic town centre has many restaurants if you are looking to eat before a show. 

PARKING 

The nearest car park is at The Common (only 100m from the venue) – Postcode CB10 1JH 

www.mipermit.com/locations.aspx then select location code: 737936

For customers with access requirements, there are limited parking spaces available next to the venue, on Market Place.

BOX OFFICE

Cambridge Live Tickets, Wheeler Street, Cambridge CB2 3QB 01223 357851

Opening hours Tel: Mon-Sat 10am – 6pm   Counter: Mon-Sat 12pm – 6pm

www.cambridgelive.org.uk/tickets

Venue

Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre, Brampton Road, Huntingdon PE29 3BN. 

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The Performing Arts Centre (PAC) is a modern, well-equipped building, set in the beautiful grounds of Hinchingbrooke House. Directly accessible from all major routes, with good car parking facilities. It is also only five minutes walk from the train station. With an overall capacity to seat 600 with tiered seating for 238, with top of the range lighting and sound equipment, plus a fully licensed bar. This is a fantastic venue to watch live comedy!

HOW TO FIND Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre

From the A1 North

Pass the first signpost for the A14 (landmark Alconbury). Exit the A1 at the next A14 junction (Brampton Hut). At the roundabout, turn left onto the A14 east. Take the next turning for Brampton and Huntingdon Racecourse. Turn right at the first mini-roundabout, back over the A14. Then go straight over the next mini-roundabout, follow the signs for Brampton. Go straight over the next roundabout; follow signs for Huntingdon Railway Station and Hinchingbrooke Hospital on the Brampton Road.

From the A1 South

Go straight across the roundabout at Buckden (landmark Shell Garage) and take the next exit signposted ‘Brampton’. Follow the road under the bridge and filter left, onto Buckden Road. Pass Brampton Park Golf Course, on your right, then straight over the next mini-roundabout (RAF Brampton). At the next roundabout, turn right onto Brampton Road, then follow signs for Hinchingbrooke House and Hospital.

All routes

On your right, you will pass Brampton Mill Restaurant. Take the next left after the big stone wall, following the signs for the Hospital. The Cambridgeshire Police Headquarters will be on your right. Go straight on at the traffic lights then take the first turning on the left, into Hinchingbrooke House.

By train

Huntingdon has a mainline station, which goes directly to London Kings Cross/St Pancras. Hinchingbrooke School and House is a 5 minutes walk and the PAC a further 2 minutes, just past the School. Turn left coming out of the station.

BOX OFFICE

Cambridge Live Tickets, Wheeler Street, Cambridge CB2 3QB 01223 357851

Opening hours Tel: Mon-Sat 10am – 6pm   Counter: Mon-Sat 12pm – 6pm

www.cambridgelive.org.uk/tickets

VENUE

The Priory Centre, Priory Lane, St Neots, Cambs PE19 2BH. 

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The Priory Centre is located alongside the attractive riverbank of the Great Ouse in the heart of St. Neots town. The centre has some truly amazing surrounds, with the river and parklands to one side of the building and we have the well known historic Oast House that was once used as part of a brewery back in the 15th century. We are situated within the town centre and easily accessible by car, public transport, bicycle and foot.

PARKING

There are two public car parks on Priory Lane. The first is adjacent to the Priory Centre (PE19 2BH), and the second is at Waitrose (PE19 2BH). A third car park is available at the Priory, St Anselm Place (PE19 2BH) and a fourth is available at Tan Yard (PE19 1DF). Charges apply at all four car parks.

BOX OFFICE

Cambridge Live Tickets, Wheeler Street, Cambridge CB2 3QB 01223 357851

Opening hours Tel: Mon-Sat 10am – 6pm  

Counter: Mon-Sat 12pm – 6pm

www.cambridgelive.org.uk/tickets