What’s on in Slough Libraries and Culture?
For tickets, or to see the activity brochure and find out more about all our regular events, visit The Curve website or follow Slough Libraries and The Curve on social media.
Wednesday 31 July, 2pm, The Curve
You won’t believe what you’re seeing as Javier Jarquin dazzles with displays of decks as weapons. 6+. Adult £6, Child £5, Group of 4 £20.
Pop Up Planetarium
Friday 9 August, various times, The Curve
Discover planets in 3D and feel like you’re floating through the universe! 5+. Adult £5, Child £5, Group of 4 £20.
Friday 16 August, various times, The Curve
A musical multi-sensory show featuring a performance, plus a sensory play session. Ages 0-7. Adult £5, Child £3, Group of 4 £12.
Ribbet Ribbet Croak
Saturday 7 September, 11am & 1pm, The Curve
Featuring puppetry, The Makaton Language Programme, songs and plenty of audience interaction, Ribbet Ribbet Croak is a multisensory playful exploration of life as a frog. Ages 1-6. Adult £6, Child £5, Group of 4 £20.
Desi Central Comedy Show
Saturday 28 September, 7.30pm, The Curve
Desi Central is back with another amazing line-up and night of nothing but laughter with Hyde Panaser, Kiran Morjaria, Kane Brown and Omar Hamdi. Tickets £15. Age 16+.
Print from your device
Did you know you can now print from your phone, laptop or iPad using Wi-Fi at any of Slough’s libraries? We are so excited at this development, which will make it easier for you to print quickly and directly.
Free audio and eBooks
If you love audio and eBooks but don’t want to pay to download them, then sign up to BorrowBox.
Slough’s libraries have linked up with BorrowBox, which has loads of authors and titles to choose from. You download the app through the app store and are then able to download up to five books at a time.