Cambridge Junction works closely with groups and organisations to provide a safe, welcoming space for everyone. We are a venue that strives to be inclusive and promote equality for all.

If you would like to talk to our staff regarding any issues or concerns you may have, feel free to contact us before, during or after your visit. If you would like to discuss a confidential/private matter please let us know as we are happy to provide a quiet, private space. 

Our duty managers and event team staff attend various training sessions reguarly to make sure we can provide the best customer service possible.

Cambridge Junction does not tolerate racism. We believe Black Lives Matter.

As an organisation we are committed to learning, to identifying and actioning the changes we need to make, so we continue to be a place and a programme that is open and safe for anyone. For our full statement click here.

For anyone who wants to learn more about why becoming anti racist is important to our work please visit blacklivesmatter.uk

LGBTQ+ (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, transsexual, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, ally, pansexual)

Cambridge Junction reguarly put on LGBTQ+ events, shows and club nights. (Please see individual listings for more information).

For more information about LGBTQ+ friendly spaces, support groups and events please visit:


Trans (transgender)

Cambridge Junction have worked with numerous trans artists, groups and organisations in the past, and continue to do so today. During some of our events we offer gender neutral WC facilities. 

For more information on trans support groups, artists and events and please visit:

  • Diamonds - a friendly and informal transgender support and social group based in Cambridge
  • Cambridge University LGBT+
  • MILK presents - a theatre company that base work around themes of gender and identity
  • Travis Alabanza -  performer, writer and theatre maker
  • Adam Carver -  creative producer, performance-maker and cultural activist
  • Fatt Projects - a company dedicated to creating socially engaged projects on queerness, community, fatness, care, & making change


Cambridge Junction is a J9 venue.

The J9 national initiative aims to provided safe and secure opportunities for victims to disclose domestic abuse and then access a full support system. Staff at each J9 contact point are trained to signpost, advise and spot the signs of domestic abuse. Cambridge Junction can provide a safe place where victims can access information and use a phone to call for further help.