Artistic Policy

Cambridge Junction is a creative hub for people and ideas where audiences and artists explore, experience and are inspired by art, entertainment and learning. We champion the up-and-coming, both youthful and leading edge and seek to be meaningful to the lives of our audiences. 

We celebrate and nurture the intersection of the three strands of our programme:

  • Arts development and presentation, with a focus on contemporary theatre and dance;
  • Popular culture with a focus on music, comedy and clubs; and
  • Creative learning and skills development in the arts, using the organisation as a site for learning. 

At Cambridge Junction we are:

  • Committed to art, entertainment and learning, which are experience-led, including new forms of performance, contributing to the creation of art through participation, access to popular music, and learning through creativity.
  • Inclusive and welcoming: of artistic ideas, forms and contexts, and the diversity and difference of our artists and audiences.
  • Collaborative: with artists, arts organisations, communities, government authorities and other stakeholders in pursuit of mutual goals. 


THIS IS HOW WE DIE by Christopher Brett Bailey (supported by Cambridge Junction) performed at Night Watch. Photograph Claire Haigh