OUT NOW! The Latest Brochure from Libraries and Culture
Pop into your library and grab your copy!
Lots to do throughout January and February including:
Are you ready to LOL?
LOL (Ladies Of Laughter) with Noreen Khan (BBC Asian Network) comes to The Curve! Join Noreen as she hosts a night of comedy with some of the UK’s favourite female acts on Sat 2 February, 8pm.
Acts on the night:
- Noreen Khan
- Esther Manito
- Sukh Ojla
- Fatiha El-Ghorri
- Glenda Jaxson
Tickets just £15. Book your LOL tickets online!
Events for February Half Term
Look out for lots to do including crafts, board games, activities and two special shows:
- Three sat under the Banyan tree Sat 16 February @ The Curve
The first ever stage adaptation of The Panchatantra in the UK!
Tickets Children £5,
Adults £6, Family of 4 £20
- Meet the author of Horrible Science Wednesday 20 February @ Langley and Cippenham Libraries
Nick Arnold brings a lively and interactive sessions about science and experiments and writing!
Tickets £2 per child
- Meet Lou Kuenzlar Thursday 21 February @ Britwell Library & The Curve
The author of the brilliant Shrinking Violet and Jack Splat books comes to visit us!
Tickets £2 per child
- Hoshiyaar Oont The Clever Camel Fri 22 February @ The Curve
A trickster tale from India full of songs and dance, with a workshop too!
Tickets: Child £3, Adult £5, Family of 4: £12
Download your January to February Libraries and Culture Brochure (or collect one from your local library)
Book for shows and workshops online
LEGO® is at your local library
LEGO® and DUPLO® are now available at your local library!
Langley Library- Every Tuesday 2-3pm and every Friday 11.45am-12.45pm
Cippenham Library- Every Wednesday 10.45-11.45am
Britwell Library- Every Friday 11.15am-12.15pm
Langley Library- Every Saturday 10.30-11.30am
Cippenham Library- Every Saturday 10.30-11.30am
Britwell Library- Every Saturday 11.30am-12.30pm
Don't forget to book your FREE tickets at: www.thecurveslough.com
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