Culture Catalogue

The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory

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Cambridge Junction is the arts centre where art, technology and life meet – a creative hub for people and ideas where audiences and artists explore, experience and are inspired by art, entertainment and learning.

Cambridge Junction’s Creative Learning programme inspires and nurtures creativity, especially in young people aged 11 to 21 – enabling us to cultivate creative, compassionate and innovative thinkers as well as provide pathways into employment in the creative and cultural industries.

The Big Bang Theory is a practical, intensive course focusing on the technical aspects of live sound for performance, delivered by industry professionals. The course will culminate in mixing sound for Cambridge Junction’s Fiver event. The Fiver is a longstanding Cambridge Junction event offering emerging bands the opportunity to play on our mainstage.

This intensive course is supported by Cambridgeshire Music.

Applications will open in January. You can find further information and the application form here -

Dates and times:
10:00 - 16:00  Monday 3 August
10:00 - 16:00   Tuesday 4 August
10:00 - 16:00   Wednesday 5 August
10:00 - 18:00   Thursday 6 August
12:00 - 23:00   Friday 7 August

Fiver on the Friday:
Bands arrive at midday for their sound check. Doors open for the event at 18:45, music from 19:00, curfew at 23:00.

This opportunity is only open to young people aged 14 - 21.

The course costs £100 per participant.

A limited number of financially assisted places are available. For further details, please contact the Creative Learning Producer, Beth Bailey -

Deadline for applications - MON 13 JULY 2020:
We have a limited number of places available on this course. We will only notify you if you have been successful. If you haven’t heard within one week of the deadline date, please assume that you have been unsuccessful.

There is a maximum number of 12 students that can take this opportunity. 

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