November in Cambridge is going to be exciting as numerous exciting events are around the corner! If you are a resident of this city, or you are just passing by, make sure to stop by at one of the events suggested below. Read on!

Rob Beckett: Mouth of the South

Rob returns to stand-up comedy with a brand new show that will make you laugh all over the floor. He is known as the host of All Together Now on BBC One, but he also takes part in many other shows. Beware, the Parental Guidance Advised stated that the show is suitable only for the 14+ audience. The show will take place at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on the November 14, at 20:00. Buy your ticket on time and enjoy the show!

What’s Love Got To Do With It?

If you are a fan of Tina Turner, make sure to check out this incredible show that celebrates not only her but all great female singers of our time. You can expect a lot of energy on stage, along with some standard rock ‘n’ roll beats! Tina’s songs will be performed by Elesha Paul Moses who you might know from Whitney — Queen of The Night, The Voice, and X Factor.

The show starts at Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 29, at 19:00. Hurry up and make a reservation of your ticket!


Squeeze is a post-punk pop band lead by an inspiring duo – Glenn Tilbrook and Chris Difford. The two of them along with their band will make sure that you have an unforgettable evening. The concert will take place at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 12. The show starts on time, so make sure to be there at 20:00.

Steve Hackett

Steve Hackett is a legendary guitarist from Genesis who made some famous songs back in the day. He and his band return to tour the UK and perform some of the popular Genesis songs from the album Wind and Wuthering. In fact, the album is celebrating their 40th anniversary, and the band will present some of the songs that they have never done live before, such as Anyway and Inside & Out. If you are a Genesis fan, then this is a must-see for you! The show will take place at the Cambridge Corn Exchange on November 6. It starts at 19:30, so try your best to be there on time!