Head to Exeter Library this summer during Art Week Exeter for a spectacular line up of live music and creative workshops as part of the latest round of Library Lates.
The Library Lates after hours parties have become a regular fixture in the calendar at Exeter Library since being introduced after the Covid lockdown last July. The next set of events will be running as part of Art Week Exeter, starting on 16th June between 7.30 and 11pm.
Speaking about the Library Lates, Exeter Library’s Centre Manager, Callum Elliott-Archer, said: “The hugely popular Library Lates are now set as a regular fixture three times a year in our calendar. While the sell out event last November was a winter warmer for people to come together in our welcoming space, the flavour this time is very much of a summer party. Time to get together again, try something creative, enjoy the music and have a drink with friends.”
Highlights will include: music from Haytor, Sounds like Lily and a Silent Disco with DJs from Phonic FM, as well as a number of workshops, such as Love Cuts Poetry collage workshops, origami workshops and the FabLab.
Bar Noa will also be operating throughout the event with beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks and snacks. Tickets start from £6 and are available for over 16s only. Either pop into the library in Castle Street, telephone the library on 01392 407027 or head online and buy via Eventbrite here.
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