Back to bring the very best affordable arts activities into towns and villages across Cambridgeshire, The Library Presents is offering a brand-new season of events this spring. Starting on 22 February, the tailor-made programme features performances and workshops specially chosen by local people. Cambridgeshire County Council’s chair of communities and partnership committee, Steve Criswell, said: “We are passionate about showcasing high-quality arts in an affordable way, using more than 75% of our Cambridgeshire library network and further highlighting the many different ways that the spaces can be used to explore and broaden our minds. Make sure you grab your tickets soon!”
With music, theatre and comedy shows, as well as circus acts and arts and crafts activities, the spring season of events caters to all ages and interests. Highlights include British folk duo Ninebarrow, book-themed comedy night The Improvised Book Club and award-winning production Common Lore by Stute Theatre. There is also a creative writing workshop with author and published poet Michael Brown to celebrate LGBT History Month this February. Tickets for the events can be booked online or purchased in participating libraries. The Library Presents’ spring season brochure is available to download now.