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'The Library Presents’ brings a high quality, diverse selection of arts activities into the heart of villages and towns across the county.

Arts activities include performances, exhibitions and film, digital art and workshops.

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Autumn programme

'The Library Presents’ is back for a new brilliant season of arts in Cambridgeshire libraries this autumn and tickets are now on sale.

The Season starts on Saturday 21 September - taking high quality, affordable arts activities into the heart of towns and villages across the County - until Saturday 15 December.

Library Presents Autumn programme 2019

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Ticket purchasing and information

Tickets are available to purchase in person at participating libraries, or alternatively through ticket provider Cambridge Live (online or ring 01223 357 851).

Order tickets online

Participating libraries

23 libraries around the county are hosting an exciting season of arts activities.

The libraries are: Arbury CourtBarnwell Road, BurwellCambourneCambridge CentralChatterisCherry Hinton, Clay Farm, CottenhamEly, Great Shelford, HistonHuntingdonLittleportMarch, Milton RoadRamsey,  SohamSt IvesSt Neots, WarboysWhittlesey and Wisbech.

The programme appeals to all ages and different interests. It includes performances of dance, music, puppetry, comedy and theatre as well as workshops in music, art, writing and performance skills. 

‘The Library Presents’ is funded by Arts Council England (2018-2022), managed by Cambridgeshire County Council and delivered in partnership with Babylon ARTS.

Volunteers needed

The Library Presents are looking for volunteers to support the many exciting activities taking place across the seasons. 

We have opportunities to support with stewarding, helping in the box office, offering refreshments, marketing, event management, event photography and even some technical support roles. This is a fantastic opportunity to meet new people, develop new skills, have fun and support arts events in your community. 

Any contribution, big or small, is very much appreciated. To find out more or to offer your help, please email [email protected] or call 01223 706 779. We would love to speak to you. 

Contact us

If you have any questions or comments email us at [email protected] or ring 01223 706 779.

To join our mailing list to receive monthly updates email us with the subject ‘Join Mailing List'.

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