Cambridge Live is a new not for profit charity set up to run the Cambridge Corn Exchange and Cambridge Folk Festival and to organise Cambridge City Council's outdoor events programme (Big Weekend, Bonfire Night, Midsummer Fair, Jazz and Brass in the Parks).
|Address:||3 Parson's Court, Wheeler Street, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Charity <100 staff (£50+VAT pa)|
Cambridge Live is a charity set up to run the long established Cambridge Corn Exchange and Cambridge Folk Festival and will also manage the delivery of a programme of city and outdoor events on behalf of the City Council.
Cambridge Live will maintain the venues and festival and operate them under a long term lease and funding agreement from Cambridge City Council, who will retain ownership of the assets. The organisation will be run on a day to day basis by a Managing Director and a team of approximately thirty five staff who will be employed by the charity. Cambridge Live is expected to have a turnover of some £5m per annum.
Cambridge Live Board
The new organisation has been set up as a charity, limited by guarantee and is governed by Founding Chair Sara Garnham and the board of trustees who will also act as Company Directors. Details of board members can be viewed here.
Full details about Cambridge Live can be viewed at www.cambridgelivetrust.co.uk
Last year, the one-day rock and indie festival, Subterranean, was launched at Cambridge Corn Exchange. A huge success, with hundreds pouring through the venue doors for the 12-hour music marathon, the Festival returns this September.
28 March 2018Read in full
The 2018 installations are revealed! Join the opening of the e-Luminate Cambridge Festival in Market Square on Friday evening (February 9th), unveiling this year’s stunning light installation on the façade of the Guildhall.
6 February 2018Read in full
Colour and light will bathe the city centre in February when e-Luminate Cambridge Festival once again returns to enchant, entrance, fascinate and inform. As day turns to night, see Cambridge’s most iconic buildings drawn from the darkness and transformed by an array of breathtaking light-art installations, created by some of Europe’s leading artists.
22 December 2017Read in full
The spirit of the world-famous Cambridge Folk Festival will inject the city with winter cheer in February and March, when Cambridge’s second city-wide winter folk and roots festival opens for two weeks of exceptional music and events. Tickets go on sale today.
20 November 2017Read in full
Cambridge's 2017's fireworks show will be held on the evening of Saturday 4 November on Midsummer Common.
26 October 2017Read in full
There’s just a month to go until the Corn Exchange plays host to Subterranean - Cambridge’s newest rock and indie festival, which takes place on Saturday 23 September 2017.
22 August 2017Read in full
Two of the oldest and most prestigious Folk Festivals in the world will form a partnership that will herald the start of a unique new transatlantic artistic relationship.
20 July 2017Read in full
The Big Weekend takes place on Cambridge's Parker's Piece from tomorrow (Friday 7 July) to Sunday 9 July, featuring fantastic bands, market stalls and free, fun activities for all the family to enjoy.
6 July 2017Read in full
The latest names have been announced for Cambridge Folk Festival 2017, including legendary folk singer and respected song collector Shirley Collins, who recently returned to recording and performing after 38 years; a Festival exclusive from multi-platinum selling Indigo Girls, whose celebrated and influential career spans almost four decades and chart-topping, and English country twin-sister duo Ward Thomas.
16 March 2017Read in full
Cambridge Live is seeking an outstanding individual to fill an exciting role leading on the promotion of our diverse range of ve...
Salary: £20,000 - £30,000