The results are in! Find out who the public said they would like to see perform in Cambridgeshire libraries this spring…

The Library Presents has unveiled its highly anticipated spring programme, created with the input of over 570 local residents. The spring line-up is set to be one of the most exciting in the programme’s six year history and features music, puppetry, dance, circus, theatre, and storytelling events.

Loyal fans will recognise a few firm favourites on the programme with hugely popular events such as The Opera Dudes, Samba Drumming and Fused Glass workshops set to return. However, the local community also expressed an appetite to try something new, so this season welcomes some intriguing new acts, including Conception Mary Shelley: The Making of a Monster, when Mary has a brutal confrontation with her creation; while families are invited to come on a magical journey into the plant world in a theatrical piece, The Greenhouse. Other highlights include music performances spanning a range of genres, a selection of workshops, as well as theatre productions and puppetry performances.

Thanks to public funding from Arts Council England, tickets are affordably priced between £2 and £10, with concessions available.

With events hosted in 19 libraries across the county, guest can look forward to a unique and intimate experience, quite unlike anything offered by a traditional theatre or larger entertainment venue.

Take a look at the full programme schedule, pick up a brochure and purchase tickets in libraries and online