Buskers: Urban Larder

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Cambridge Revival Hub


Carol singing.

Coton Morris/Ely & Littleport Riot


A vigorous display of Cotswold and Border morris dancing by local sides. Coton Morris and Ely & Littleport Riot have been dancing in and around Cambridge for over 25 years, including every Mill Road festival. We have a reputation for giving exciting displays.

Also performing at 11am at the Co-op, 1.45pm at Cavendish Road, and 2.45pm at Petersfield Bus Stop



Candid verses, catchy choruses, and hair with its own personality best define singer-songwriter Jenem. Bursting back on to the pop scene this year with singles ‘Why Do You Love Me’, and lighthearted bop ‘Hate To Be Wrong’, her EP ‘Roses Aren’t Always Red’ is a perfect embodiment of Jenem's fresh pop sound! Expect original tunes mixed with singalong covers!

Also playing at 2.45pm at the Food Fair

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Cambridge Swing Dance


Any swing dancers in the neighbourhood can join in and dance (anyone is welcome to dance there too).

Gog Magog Molly/Cambridge Morris Men


Short (2-3 minute) dances in the molly tradition, in brightly coloured costumes, with a brief intro by one of the dancers, accompanied by music. Traditional and modern elements involved in both.

Also performing at 1.45pm at the Salisbury Club/EF

Community Carols


Gathering people from various choirs and who like to sing together to sing carols together in harmony. Spreading some Christmas cheer.