SVC Folk Night – Call For Artists!

Wanted: groups or individuals who would like to perform at the first Swavesey Village College Folk Night. We are looking for 10 acts, each to do a 15 minute session. If you are interested and would like to take part please email thevenue@swaveseyvc.co.uk. This is an ideal opportunity for performers to showcase their songs, either cover or original, in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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Energise

Energise is the youth dance platform for South Cambridgeshire.  Featuring the best performers in ballet, street, contemporary, tap and more, this show will have something for everyone.

The matinee showcase features Melbourn Juniors, Wisbech, Over Primary School, Tap For Fun, Bar Hill Primary School, Ladybird Borland, Cambridge Contemporary Dance Co, Jnr Sinstars, SCAMBS, Cottenham Village College and the Jack Stinton Dance Company.

The evening showcase features Ladybird Borland, Swavesey Adults, Jenny & Fran, SCAMBS, Melbourn Village College, Lane Academy, Sawston Village College, Cambridge Contemporary Dance Co, Elementz Entertainment, Cambridge University Ballet Club, Impington Village College and the Jack Stinton Dance Company.

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Great Autumn Events at Comberton Sports & Arts

Custard Logo and bits

8th November – Custard Comedy with Matt Page, Michael J Dolan, Chris Purchase and MC Andrew Ryan

 

dickgaughan-bw-A4-300dpi9th November – Legendary Scottish folk marvel Dick Gaughan

 

 

In the Mood

In the Mood

22nd November – the Three Belles present a intoxicating evening of 1940s nostagia to get you In the Mood

 

See the events page for more details.

Fantastic New Film

ASPIRE 2 is a short film which was conceived, written and scripted by pupils at Sawston Village College, working in partnership with professional film-maker, Simon Panrucker, and supported by the Arts Development Manager.  The result is an exceptional film of which everyone who was involved is justifiably proud. South Cambridgeshire Decorative and Fine Arts Society supported this project.