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Raymond Briggs A Retrospective exhibition at Cambridge University Library

Nicolette Jones’s illustrated talk will consider the themes, techniques and importance of Briggs’s work, his sense of fun, and her own memories of working with him. Jones is co-curator of the exhibition and the author of two books about Briggs – Blooming Books (Cape) and The Illustrators: Raymond Briggs (Thames & Hudson). 

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 explore the exhibition before this event. Please note there will not be time to visit the exhibition at the end of the event. 

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 adults; younger guests welcome to attend. BOOK HERE

Accessibility: Accessible parking. Accessible toilet. Step-free access. Hearing loop. 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: Thursday 29th June 2023