Developing Slough’s Creative Future
What We Are All About
Our aim is to revitalise the arts in Slough, providing new and innovative opportunities for people to both experience and express creativity.
We support all types of creative activities, exhibitions, workshops and performances across theatre, film, dance, music, poetry and visual art. We want to make our town a more vibrant and creative place to live, work and visit.
HOME Slough’s mission is to:
- Get more people to experience the arts.
- Empower residents to make their own events happen.
- Increase the range and quality of the art that comes to Slough and is made here.
- Support the artists who are here.
- Build partnerships with national and international organisations to help us.
- Support the growth of the town’s cultural infrastructure and shape its future.
Want to know more?
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New Team, New Season
We’ve recently recruited a new Team to make sure we delivery brilliant art experiences in Slough. With the Team in place and our new season starting, we’re looking forward to an exciting phase in HOME Slough’s development.
Meet the Team who are helping develop Slough’s creative future.
HOME on the High Street is now closed.
HOME on the High Street, our space in the centre of Slough, closed in late summer 2021. However, going forward, we will continue to deliver exciting and engaging art events in new spaces around the town.
Find out more about the new work we have planned.
We’re a Creative People and Places project
There are 33 independent projects, each located in an area where people have traditionally had fewer opportunities to get involved with the arts. Creative People and Places projects have reached over 1.2 million people, 90% of who do not regularly engage in the arts.
HOME Slough is led by a consortium of arts and community organisations, comprising Slough Council for Voluntary Service, Slough Borough Council, NHS Frimley CCG, SEGRO, RIFCO and Arts Council England.
We are funded by Arts Council England and Slough Borough Council.