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Coming up at the Cambria Comedy Club

Just another reminder that “Shazia Mirza” will be performing @ The Cambria alongside ‘Ariadne the Greek WAG’ on wednesday 15th July. Probably one of our best line up’s yet, so be early to be sure you get a seat. We are rasing money this week for “St Saviours” school to help them build an eco friendly playground. Comedy starts @ 9pm. £3 on the door, £1 of which will be given to the charity. Kitchen open from 6pm.


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Hog Roast in Cambria Road 19 July

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From The Cambria:

With the spirit of community in mind The Cambria has decided to host The Big Lunch on the 19th July.

The event will be held on Cambria Road north of Kemerton Road. The application for the road closure has been agreed so we are ready to go. Hope to see you there. Children under 10 years attend free. The cost of tickets represents the cost price only for the food, entertainment and costs relating to The Big Lunch itself. We have arranged for a Big Hog Roast, live music, childrens entertainment, security etc.

Contact The Cambria direct to book or call Kim on 07776126603.



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At the Cambria Wed 24 June

It is time again for another “Wicked Wednesday” @ The Cambria.
This very popular mixed night is taking off through the roof and not
surprising if you have seen any of the shows so far.
This week “Mysti Vine” will show you what she is made of,
an outrageous but hilarious show which mixes burlesque
with pure comedy, the costume is made to shock, so don’t miss it.
D.J Sqeaky will spin some memorable tunes till late.
Wednesday 24th June show starts 9pm.
£1 entrance which is donated to a very deserving charity.
http://www.thecambrialondon.com
Tel 02077373676 or 07979807767


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The Cambria Pub, Kemerton Road, Loughborough Junction

Well, I’ve just been to our new local, definitely designed with attitude, the interior decor is sumptuous in design with big and bold floral wall paper, crystal chandeliers hang every few metres and candles burn around the bar. The pub furnished with handsome chairs of varying design from Louis XIV through to the present day. The bar itself clad with red leather upholstery with deep buttons to accentuate its curves, supports a huge range of newspapers.

The choice of beers on tap was also impressive, I’ve never see so many favorites, Leffe Blond, Charles Wells, Guinness, and the list goes on. I had a Leffe, crisp and cold and perfectly served. We looked at the Sunday menu, it looked good, certainly with plenty of things to tempt you and not unreasonably priced. I just hope that the small unusually placed kitchen can live up to the menu. All in all definitely worth a visit.

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