NEW STRANDS, NEW EXPERIENCES
Our new strands of work
These will run from October 2021 to March 2022 – and will appear throughout Slough.
Slough Black History
Black History is a part of everyone’s history
Working with a Black History Commissioning panel recruited from the Slough community, we are supporting events and activities to celebrate local Black History.
The projects range from murals to photography, films and podcasts – and all highlight the achievements of Black people who have lived, loved and worked in Slough.
We will explore untold and untaught stories of the Black community’s positive impact on Slough and Britain more widely. We want to show how Black History is a part of everyone’s history, and how everyday heroes can inspire and empower us all.
Using Black History Month as an inspiration, we will then continue to programme events until March 2022.Find out more
Once Upon A Time In Slough
Come and hear stories from the heart of Slough
Starting in early 2022, this series of workshops and performances will share people’s stories about what makes the town a place of intrigue, imagination and importance.
Together we’ll uncover all sorts of tall tales and fascinating fables, rooted in people and place, the telling of which excite and entertain.Find out more
Sharing our passion for the town
In spring 2022, we will celebrate the end of this season of work with Love Slough.
This will be a celebration of all that there is to love about Slough and its communities.
“Beacons” will appear across Slough to bring people together to share their passion for the town. These might be anything from a light installations to a micro-festival to a community performance or a new sculpture. They might all be different but will all be linked together through a shared love.