HOME Slough has been hosting an array of free events this month to celebrate its LOVE Slough festival.

And in case you’ve missed some of them so far, why not pop along to some of the ones that are taking place over the next few days.

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 25

Hi-Vis (Milk Presents) 

Time: 11 am to 4pm in Queensmere Shopping Centre

Come and hear celebratory declarations of love broadcast via Milk’s loud and proud hailer. Record your own by texting "hi" to 07862 126455. 

 

Colnbrook Reimagined  
Time: 7pm to 8.30pm at Colnbrook Museum 
Working with local residents, artist William Lindley will create a short, animated film which reimagines Colnbrook past and present which will be projected onto the side of Colnbrook Museum.  

READ MORE: Happy festival sees smiles all round from shoppers and families

SATURDAY, MARCH 26

Herschel Remixed (The Dionysus Ensemble) 

Time: 11am to 2pm at former B&M Store, Queensmere Shopping Centre

The chance to hear both a performance of Sir William Herschel's unrecorded music and modern pieces created by local people in response. Featuring The Dionysus Ensemble along with local primary schools St Ethelbert's Catholic Primary School & The Langley Academy Primary.

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Hi-Vis (Milk Presents) 

Time: 11am to 4pm at Queensmere Shopping Centre 
Come and hear celebratory declarations of love broadcast via Milk’s loud & proud hailer. Record your own by texting "hi" to 07862 126455. 
 
The Dance WE Made (Casson and Friends) 
11:30am to 3.30pm Former B&M Store, Queensmere Shopping Centre
A show where everyone is a choreographer, so grab one of the team and “Let’s Make a Dance!” - no experience required.
 
Drumming Extravaganza (Dhol Collective) 
3.30pm in the former B &M Store, Queensmere Shopping Centre
A high energy performance featuring the Dhol Collective and new drummers trained especially for LOVE Slough! 

ALSO READ: Music artists step into spotlight as festival described as 'breath of fresh air' in Slough

Inventors - Pioneering Towns Festival  
2.30 to 4.30pm at the Horlicks Quarter  
Join Slough Museum for arts, cultural and heritage fun and free family-friendly activities celebrating our town’s inventors and pioneers. 

Anna Jones, of Slough Museum, said: "Inventors - Pioneering Town is a really exciting opportunity for people from Slough and beyond to take part in free creative activities that celebrate the inventiveness of our town.

“Thanks to Berkeley Homes, it will be held in the grounds of the former Horlicks Factory, one of Slough's most iconic buildings and the museum will have Horlicks objects on show.

“The event and the venue are symbolic of how the town looks forward, with pride in the past, and a view to the future." 

Royal Borough Observer: Picture: Slough MuseumPicture: Slough Museum

Slough of Despond - Not! (Winging It) 
Time: 7pm at 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.