Four ways to LOVE Slough

Enjoy LOVE Slough and all it has to offer

Here are four ways to enjoy LOVE Slough and all it has to offer.

These are our suggested guides to get you to as many events as possible – The 19/20 Weekender, Listen and Move on a Saturday, Heritage Discovery and Family Adventures.

There’s a map below showing the locations of all the events, a PDF of the Mini-Brochure or for full listing see What’s On.

Full What’s On listings
  • Saturday 19 March

    LOVE MUSIC LOVE SLOUGH – 11am-6pm (Music)

    Former B&M Store at the Queensmere
    A 7-hour music festival celebrating local Slough artists. Drop in any at point across the event.

    Grove Park Camp (1946-57) – 1pm-5pm (Photography/Art)

    The Gallery at The Curve
    The exhibition uses photographs held by former residents and their descendants to offer a unique window into what daily life was like for Grove Park resident

    Slough Mini Mela – 6.15pm-7.15pm (Dance/Music)

    The Venue at The Curve
    Sangeet Yatra Performance bringing together an ensemble of talented musicians with music from around the world.

    Or

    Kecak – Stories from the Ramayana – 6pm-7pm (Dance)

    Upton Lea Community Centre
    Kecak Shanti Bang Petak present the tales of the Ramayana, a performance of Kecak, the monkey dance from the island of Bali.

    Sunday 20 March

    HAPPY Space – 12pm-6pm (Mixed Arts)

    Former B&M Store at the Queensmere
    A playful festival celebrating all that makes us happy. Join local creatives in expressing your love of Slough through music, dance, arts, crafts and more.

  • Saturday 26 March

    Herschel Remixed – 11am and 1pm (Music)

    Former B&M Store at the Queensmere
    Join The Dionysus Ensemble to hear previously unrecorded William Herschel music reimagined with school children and Slough musicians.

    Hi-Vis – 11am – 4pm (Sound Art)

    Slough High Street and Queensmere
    A traveling sound installation made up of voices from the Slough community presented by award-winning theatre company Milk Presents.

    The Dance WE Made – 3pm (Dance)

    Slough High Street and Queensmere
    A collaborative dance experience where the audience choreograph the dance. Interactions between 11.30-2pm on the High street followed by a performance at 3pm and 3.15pm.

    Drumming Extravaganza – 3.30pm (Music)

    Slough High Street and Queensmere
    The Dhol Collective along with new drummers and students perform new drumming routines.

    Slough of Despond-not! – 7pm (Theatre/Spoken word)

    The Curve
    Winging It Collective and Seamus Allen present a brand new piece of forum theatre based on key moments in Slough’s history and amazing – but often overlooked – facts about the present-day town.

  • Grove Park Camp (1946-57) – 10am-5pm, Tuesday and Saturday (Photography/Art)

    The Gallery at The Curve
    The exhibition uses photographs held by former residents and their descendants to offer a unique window into what daily life was like for Grove Park resident.

    Colnbrook Reimagined – Friday 25, 7pm (Video Projection)

    Colnbrook Museum
    Working with local residents, artist William Lindley will create a short animated film which reimagines Colnbrook past and present.

    From Puppets to Pinewood – Tuesday 29, 7pm-8pm (Talk)

    Online
    In this online twilight talk, long time Slough resident, Terry Adlam – who worked for Gerry Anderson on Terrahawks – shares the past, present and future of film in Slough and how you can get involved in creative practice in the town, whatever stage you are at in your life and career.

  • HAPPY Space – Sunday 20, 12pm-6pm (Mixed Arts)

    Former B&M Store at the Queensmere
    A playful festival celebrating all that makes us happy. Join local creatives in expressing your love of Slough through music, dance, arts, crafts and more.

    Inventors – Pioneer Town – Saturday 26, 2.30pm-3.30pm

    Horlicks Quarter
    join Slough Museum for arts, cultural and heritage fun and free family-friendly activities. Discover and celebrate our town’s inventors and pioneers, find out about Horlicks, the history of the drink and the factory site and other amazing Slough inventions.

    LEGO® Build The Change – Tuesday 29, 4pm-6pm

    The Curve
    Build the Change is a powerful way for people to express their hopes and dreams for the future with LEGO® bricks and other creative materials, plus their own imagination. And it’s all done via Learning through Play!

    We Are Astronmers – Wednesday 30, 2pm-5pm

    The Curve
    Travel through space in the amazing immersive dome narrated by incarnation of Dr Who David Tennant, is an exciting 360° full dome digital planetarium show with input from UK astronomers.

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