The Library Presents

The Library Presents

The Library Presents Autumn programme of free arts activities, online and in locations around Cambridgeshire starts on 16 October. A preview of some of the events in the Autumn season is now available.

We hope you will find the events and activities interesting, exciting or just pure fun. There is something for all ages across a range of art forms including; Music, Storytelling, Theatre, Dance, Visual Art, Magic, Animation, Poetry and Craft.

The season includes a radio drama, some outdoor events and installations in Library windows as well as some special performances that we are sharing for Black History Month this October.

(Photo credits to Wriggle Dance Theatre, Paddleboat Theatre, Protein Dance via National Rural Touring Forum and Zen Pulp.)

Contact The Library Presents team

If you have any questions or comments, please email us at or telephone 01223 706 779.

Refunds are available for The Library Presents Spring 2020 activities which were postponed due to COVID-19. Please contact us if you require more information.


We value the contribution that volunteers make to our programme. At the moment we are not accepting new volunteers. If you would like to be kept up to date about The Library Presents programme and future volunteering and training opportunities please sign up to receive our newsletter.
Three images of volunteers

Evaluation reports

The Library Presents aims to create and deliver a vibrant, exciting, diverse and inclusive programme of high quality arts activities with libraries across Cambridgeshire.

It is a four year programme (2018 – 2022) funded by Arts Council England. (Due to changes caused by COVID-19, funding for the programme has been extended to 2023). The reports below cover the first two years.

The Library Presents logo - pink and white, with Arts Council England, Urban & Civic, Babylon Arts and Cambridgeshire Culture logos below

'The Library Presents' is funded by Arts Council England (2018-2023), managed by Cambridgeshire County Council and delivered in partnership with Babylon ARTS and 20Twenty Productions.

We are grateful for support from Cambridgeshire Culture and Urban & Civic.