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Raymond Briggs A Retrospective exhibition at Cambridge University Library

Join in a storytelling takeover with The Really Popular Book Club. Find your way up the beanstalk to encounter GIANT spectacles, GIANT coffee-mugs and GIANT FALSE TEETH. Enjoy Raymond Briggs’s much-loved tale, Jim and the Beanstalk, with storyteller Marion Leeper, and invent your own giant adventure! 

This event is being hosted as part of Cambridge University Libraries' exhibition, Raymond Briggs: A Retrospective (29 April - 26 August 2023), a touring exhibition from the Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration. You are welcome to enjoy exploring the exhibition before or after the tour. 

Location: This event is being hosted in-person at Cambridge University Library, in the Milstein Seminar Rooms. For information about how to find us, please click here.

Tickets: Free, booking required. Suitable for children aged 10 and under (younger and older siblings also welcome). Please book tickets for the number of children attending only - adults do not need tickets but parents/guardians must stay with their children for the duration of the event. BOOK HERE

Accessibility: Accessible parking. Accessible toilet. Step-free access. For full accessibility information, please click here. Please email to let us know if you have any access requirements, or queries relating to this event.

Date: Tuesday 30th May 2023