We'd love to have you join us

We're gradually building our house, and there is room for all.  

Right now, we're looking for young peoplecontent for the festival, and sponsors to help us get everything off the ground. More details below.  

We're also looking for a project accountant (if this is you, please email us to find out more) and will shortly be launching a crowd-funding campaign... if you haven't yet signed up & would like to be kept in the loop about everything, just click here.  Otherwise, read on!



Young People (16-25)

This festival is about you too, not just the olds.  And to prove our point we've got two ways in which you can get involved.  Firstly, we're looking *right now* for a bright young thing to work on a paid intern project for us.  Secondly, we're looking for 8 young people to be part of our volunteer Youth Board once we've got the festival fully funded.  If either of these sound cool, and you think you've got what it takes, click here, and do it quick!


As well as partner & guest festivals, House of Cambridge is also all about showcasing the brilliant content that's actually *created* in our great city, and enticing some 'outside in'.  So whether you're based in Cambridgeshire or not, if you have great content that would add wonder to our festival we really want to hear from you. Whether you're an established artist / arts organisation / promoter that could sell out the 650-seater Spiegeltent, or whether you're a smaller act that is looking to do a fringe event, this is the place to tell us about it.  

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We're looking for not-the-usual-sponsors.  It doesn't matter *what* you are - you could be B2B or B2C, hi-tech / lo-tech / no-tech, social enterprises, charities, arts orgs or business networks - but it does matter that you have a cool brand that you feel fits with our vibe and that you're committed to building awareness of your brand in the city.  If that's you, we would love to hear from you.... and we're open to ideas too.  In fact, the whackier, the better.  Click here to tell us what you think.