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Performing Arts Library

We provide a set lending service to groups in Wiltshire who are registered with the Performing Arts Library. We draw on our own stock of plays and music scores, and can borrow from other libraries where necessary.

We offer:

  • Vocal scores
  • Orchestral scores
  • Miniature scores

These are available to book by contacting 01249 705521 or emailing performingartslibrary@wiltshire.gov.uk.

If you wish to borrow the following items:

  • Brass band music
  • Individual music scores
  • Chamber music scores (available to browse at Devizes Library)

Please email libraryenquiries@wiltshire.gov.uk.


To borrow one of our play sets please ring 01225 713724 or email performingartslibrary@wiltshire.gov.uk.

Browsing copies of all our play sets are available to view at Devizes Library (no appointment necessary).

  • Sets are available to borrow by registered groups only, for information on registering please contact the Performing Arts Library.
  • We require three months notice of sets you wish to borrow.
  • We make a charge for borrowing sets.
  • We will respond to your telephone message or email as soon as possible.
  • You can find all our items on the library catalogue or you can browse the areas of stock in the download section

Stock downloads

Vocal score sets PDF (451kb)
Orchestral sets PDF (377kb)
Libretto sets PDF (333kb)
Play sets PDF (1mb)

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