Past Projects

Cambridge Junction has supported, commissioned and ran a variety of creative learning projects working with local community groups, schools, professional artists and industry professionals.

Below are some of the projects that we have worked on in the past.

Big Trouble, Little Pictures
A film festival curated, programmed, managed and delivered by Total Arts.

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Big Bang Theory
An intensive course focusing on the technical aspects of live sound for performance, delivered by industry professionals.

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Make Show
A week-long summer school for 20 young people between the age of 14-19 working with East based theatre makers.

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News News News
A live television news show made for adults by children with the help of an audience of local people, from parents and teachers to local MPs and other members of the community.

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MINE
A work by Theatre Replacement about mothers and sons which also involoves young, local Minecraft players/performers.
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You Think You See Us
Created by TBAP Academy as part of Act Up, a Cambridge City Council supported project which saw TBAP students take over Cambridge Junction for two weeks.

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Sonic Pi: Live & Coding Legacy Project
An exciting digital research project supported by the prestigious Digital R&D Fund for the Arts, run by Cambridge Junction and key partners Cambridge University and The Raspberry Pi Foundation.