Cambridge Junction is a creative hub for people and ideas where audiences and artists explore, experience and are inspired by art, entertainment and learning. We are a centre for talent development of contemporary performance for the East of England, supported by Arts Council England.
Cambridge Junction recognises the need to support Cambridge and the East of England’s creative ecology as a focus, as well as maintaining Cambridge and Cambridge Junction’s reputation with nationally significant companies, through a structured but adaptable programme of entry points for artists at all levels.
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- For artists and producers based in Cambridge and East of England, Troop is our new artist development club for performance makers living and working in the region, with benefits and opportunities designed to build the community and quality of artists in the area, and to help develop the local scene. It includes access to our Masterclasses with visiting companies, the chance to showcase your work in Views From The ‘Bridge, as well as advice and support with projects, residencies and funding. Have a read, and do consider joining!
- WATCH OUT is our annual one-day festival of experimental performance that has been supported by Cambridge Junction.
- Based in Cambridge Junction are many professional arts companies who all call the place Home
- For artists and producers from further afield whose work fits our Artistic Policy, Arts Producer Daniel Kok is always happy to hear from new companies with show information and invitations. Please note he receives a high volume of emails, but endeavours to reply to personal correspondence.
Our artist development remit includes contemporary theatre, dance, live art, circus, spoken word, but not music. See Creative Learning for the music opportunities that we offer for emerging artists and bands.
The Spring Festivals Commission 2014: Search Party’s My Son and Heir performed at Night Watch. Photograph Claire Haigh