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Welcome to the website of the Cambridge University Science Fiction Society! This provides information about the activities of the Society, our history and members, as well as hosting our library catalogue and back issues of our magazine, TTBA.

Upcoming events

  • 11 Feb 19:30 ¤ Pub! ¤ Pub meet

    Location: The Castle Pub, Castle Street
    On Thursdays some of us go to the pub. The food is good should you wish food, and there is alcohol and soft drinks should you wish alcohol or soft drinks, but we are mainly there for chatting about random stuff and relaxing after another week of lectures. Please note that this is the Castle pub on Castle Street, which is easy to find if yo ... [more]

  • 14 Feb 19:30 - 23:00 ¤ Reboots, Remakes and Fanfic: Whose Franchise is it Anyway? ¤ Discussion

    Location: Castle End Meeting Rooms, The Colony, Clare College
    Films come back, franchises doubly so. We've had a new Jurassic Park, a new Mad Max and a new Star Wars, and a new Ghostbusters and Independence Day are imminent. Frankly, I'm not entirely sure which decade we're in anymore. There were always going to be 9 Star Wars (Warses?), but in other cases, when is it time to leave well alone? On the ... [more]

  • Episodes posters

    16 Feb 19:30 - 23:00 ¤ Episodes Night! ¤ Film screening

    Location: TV Room, Christ's College (meet at plodge)
    Exactly what it says on the tin - bring along an episode of your favourite SFF TV show, and we will have a vote and watch a bunch of things. Previous examples include various Star Treks, Classic Dr Who, Xena: Warrior Princess, and the Clangers. Accessible, non-spoilery episodes preferred.


CUSFS has a huge library of science fiction and fantasy books, DVDs and games, all free to borrow for members. Read more...


Creative writing, art and crafts created by our members. We have a magazine, TTBA, which is published electronically every term or so. Read more...


CUSFS holds events throughout the term, from discussion groups to film screenings to society dinners. Read more...