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Ever wanted to knit a Zombie? Good thing we're a Legal Deposit library... :-)
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A quick reminder that the screening of the silent Soviet film 'Aelita : Queen of Mars' (with live musical accompaniment) takes place outside the UL on Friday evening. It will start at approximately 8pm, as soon as there's sufficient darkness. All are welcome. Don't forget to wear warm clothes and to bring a cushion and an umbrella. The cushion will definitely be needed, but let's hope the umbrella will not!

There's no need to book, and attendance is free of charge, but you might be advised to turn up early to get a good place!

NB: the UL building will not be open; it will close at its normal time at 7.15pm (no admittance after 7). The gate from Clare Memorial Court is also due to be closed, since the screen will be set up in front of it.
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Inspection continues today & tomorrow; we're open as normal from Monday. What did the music team get up to this week?
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Our new helpdesk! The newly refurbished catalogue hall with new reader areas opens on Monday. We can't wait.
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Its tonight. First ever film screening at the UL. 8pm, free to all. Looks like you might need an umbrella :-(
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Inspection is over and we are open as normal today. Welcome back everyone!
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West Road, Cambridge CB3 9DR
Open 9-7 Monday-Friday (10pm in Easter term) 9-5 on Saturday
The UL contains one of the greatest collections of books and manuscripts in the world. The exhibition centre is open to the public and is accessible to local schools and colleges by prior arrangement.