Complicité & Fehinti Balogun: Can I Live?

Date:Mon 18 - Sun 24 Oct
Venue:Online Event
Price:Pay What You Feel

Join Fehinti Balogun on a journey into the world of environmental activism, as he tells the story of how, as a young Black British man, his path has been forever changed by what he's learnt about our planet.

Using original hip-hop and spoken word, Can I Live? is an energising and uplifting exploration of the place where the climate emergency and social justice meet, and a call-to-arms to anyone curious about what we can do to help.



Watch-along Thursday 21 Oct

(Audiences will receive an email ticket from TicketCo. You will then receive a more detailed email closer to the time of the event)

A filmed performance by the world-renowned theatre company, Complicité.
Created through Complicité’s ‘Developed With’ programme; supporting the next generation of theatre makers.

Cambridge Junction will contact you at a later date with details on how to stream the event.


Tickets are not currently available online for this event.

Please email the Box Office on if you require any further information.

“Fehinti Balogun delivers a performance of such warmth and kindness that he wins the arguments just by his presence.”
What’s On Stage on Walden

Online booking only.

Audiences will receive an email ticket from TicketCo. You will then receive a more detailed email with instructions, details of talks, resources and digital free sheets just before the event.

Available on demand for 48 hours.

Age: 12+

Cambridge Junction works closely with groups and organisations to provide a safe, welcoming space for everyone. We are a venue that strives to be inclusive and promote equality for all. If you have any access requirements or questions please contact Cambridge Junction prior to your visit so we can make your experience as convenient as possible. For more information about accessibility please click HERE.


Subira Joy: Kill The Cop Inside Your Head

Fri 05 Nov

Spoken word and performance artist Subira Joy explores their experiences being targeted by the police as a Black, queer and trans person in the UK.