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Camisayo is an alternative roots band from Cambridge UK.
Mixing Folk and Blues influences and artists from different origins and backgrounds, Camisayo creates and interprets music with energy and talent.
Formed around a kitchen table in Cambridge in December 2017. Initially as a means for friends to get together, Camisayo swiftly began to write original material. The diverse influences and backgrounds of its members results in an alternative take on roots music. Cutting their teeth on the open mic scene, they rapidly emerged as a part of Cambridge's flourishing music community. Camisayo are reguarly playing gigs in local pubs and venues and plan to expand their unique sound across the country.
The Six Bells is a traditional local Cambridge pub off Mill Road which has been in Cambridge for over a century. The pub is deceptively large with the two wood panelled front bars leading onto a conservatory with comfy sofas, and a pool room.
We serve five real ales, a choice of lagers, Guinness and cider as well as wines, spirits and soft drinks.
Every Monday at 9pm. It’s £1 to enter and you can win a cash prize. All entrants get free chips!!!
We often have live bands, usually on a Saturday night.
Open Mic night, hosted by Outside Kings, is on alternate Sunday evenings from 5pm. New performers are always welcome, or you can come along to listen without taking part.
Bluegrass musicians meet here to play on the second Wednesday night of every month
Pool & Darts
The Six Bells hopes to enter a team for next season in the Cambridge Pool League. Matches are on a Thursday night and so if you think you would like to be part of the team please come along and let us know. The table is available at all other times for only 50p per game. We also have a dart board and darts available for customers
The Six Bells knitters meet every Wednesday from 7.30pm to around 9.30pm. We welcome all knitters, from absolute beginners to the most experienced. We were involved in the project to yarnbomb Mill Road bridge for the Winter Fair.
The Amnesty book club meets once a month on a Tuesday evening.
We host Art Exhibitions featuring work by local artists. There is no upfront fee to use our walls, but we ask artists to have an Opening Night Party for all their friends and we charge a commission of 20% of the value of any sales, half of which is donated to wintercomfort for the homeless.
Although we are not a sports bar we do love Horse Racing and every Saturday afternoon we watch all the racing on the TV – we’ve even been known to have a flutter!
Football and Rugby
We show big games available on terrestrial TV
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