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Three Sat Under The Banyan Tree  

Saturday 16 February, noon and 3pm at The Curve           

A Tara Arts and Polka Theatre production, by Shamser Sinha. Near the foothills of the Himalayas, three orphans open a magical book under a Banyan tree. They were told the book wouldn't give them answers but they'd learn from it, so they watch as three stories of the forest rise from the pages. Stories of headstrong crows, a mongoose who wants a family, and a brave lion come vibrantly to life, with masks, movement and music.
Recommended for children aged 7-12. Tickets £5 (child) /£6 (adult) / £20 (family).

Meet the Author!

Meet Nick Arnold – Horrible Science, Wednesday 20 February. Langley Library, 11am and Cippenham Library, 2.30pm. Tickets £2 per child.

Meet Lou Kuenzler – Shrinking Violet series and Jack Splat, Thursday 21 February. Britwell Library, 12noon and The Curve, 2.30pm. Tickets £2 per child. 

Hoshiyaar Oont the Clever Camel

Friday 22 February, 11am 

When the kite seller finds just a tiny tent, he leaves his camel in the cold open desert and huddles for a good night’s sleep. What will the camel do? Will the evil kite seller pay for his unkind act? A trickster tale from India full of songs and dance - join in the workshop after to make little tents and try your hand at making sock puppets.

Tickets £5 (child) / £3 (adult) / £12 (family)

Story Time with Mama G

Saturday 23 February, 11.30am at The Curve 

Mama G brings her Story Time roadshow to Slough! Combining panto, drag and the art of storytelling, this all-singing, partial-dancing extravaganza is filled with stories about being who you are and loving who you want. Let Mama G introduce you to her range of wonderful characters: confused horses, feuding fairies, twerk deniers and Oprah, in stories that will make the whole family think, laugh and love. If you enjoyed panto, you'll love this! Tickets £5 each.

What‘s on in March?

Celebrating International Women’s Day

Members of Slough Youth Parliament held an inspirational event in November, inviting the community to nominate an inspirational female from Slough to be part of a special portrait exhibition. The exhibition features 100 women and girls and will be on display on the first floor at The Curve throughout March.

Keep an eye out for some fabulously female productions throughout March including A Super Happy Story About Feeling Super Sad and Bicycles and Fish - tickets available at The Curve website.  

Beowulf

Saturday 9 March, 7.30pm at The Curve

Beowulf is an interactive performance where each show is unique, guided by your choices. Accompanied by an evocative soundscape, explore the world of a legendary story from our ancient past…without leaving your seat. Because we still need stories about heroes. Because there are still monsters that lurk in the dark.

Recommended for audiences interested in storytelling; fans of Game of Thrones, The Hobbit / Lord of the Rings; people who like games; undergraduate and A-Level students (theatre / performance students or English students).

Tickets £9 early bird / £12 full price. 

A Super Happy Story About Feeling Super Sad

Saturday 16 March, 7.30pm at The Curve 

A hilarious cabaret musical about depression that explains, sings and throws glitter about how it’s OK not to be OK. Sally’s a happy person. She doesn’t let little things get her down and she almost never cries. But she’s got an illness. It makes her feel like she isn’t the person she wants to be, but she doesn’t want anyone to know about it. It’s joyful, buoyant, gleeful, slightly silly, sugar coated, unrelenting and completely super happy! (Except for all the bits about depression).

Tickets £10 adult / £35 group of 4.

Find out more

For tickets, or to see the activity brochure and find out more about all of our libraries’ regular events, visit The Curve website.

You can also follow Slough Libraries and The Curve on social media for the latest updates.

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