Rifco are an award winning Theatre Company that develops and creates vibrant, accessible and high quality theatre which reflects and celebrates the contemporary South Asian experience.
For over a 15 years, Rifco have been pushing the boundaries and introducing a new kind of audience to the world of theatre and new work which reflects and celebrates the contemporary multicultural world we live in. Developing and creating vibrant, accessible and high quality theatre to encourage and engage new and diverse audiences.
Our success lies in knowing what our audience wants. We constantly strive to produce great and watchable art that educates without preaching. We want our audience to deal with current topics and at times taboo subjects whilst being able to laugh at the world we live in.
We focus on artistic excellence, new writing and ambitious programming. We believe in artist development; working with new writers, nurturing young artists and creating new and exciting work, involving the community every step of the way. www.rifcoarts.com
Rifco run the Creative Connectors Hub in Wexham & Elliman - contact email@example.com to get involved
The words "Aik Saath" mean "Together As One" in Hindi, Punjabi and Urdu. They also embody the ethos of our charity. We believe in working together for positive social change.
Our mission is to work with people from all communities, faiths and backgrounds to promote and encourage unity and community cohesion through training, youth work, heritage projects and the arts.
In recent years we have undertaken a range of projects involving heritage and the arts. Our young volunteers used oral history to create exhibitions exploring the partition of British India into India and Pakistan and to understand the contribution of Polish aircrew to Britain during World War Two. We have furthered people’s understanding of each other via Mygration – an oral history project focussed on sharing people from different communities’ journeys to Slough. We have established a monthly spoken word event called Empoword and use art and drama in schools to convey our message. We are excited to be a part of Home, a unique opportunity to develop Slough’s creative future. www.aiksaath.com
Aik Saath run the Creative Connectors Hub in Chalvey, Cippenham Green & Cippenham Meadows - Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved
Creative Junction is a social enterprise, investing every penny of profit back into work in our communities.
We specialise in creative event production, offering memorable and meaningful experiences through combined art, festivals and site specific spectaculars.
We support creative industry and social enterprise development, working collaboratively across sectors and helping young people gain relevant qualifications and real world opportunities.
We are an Arts Award Training Agency and Centre, with advisers at all levels of Arts Award.
Creative Junction has a geographical focus on our home town of Slough and our immediate neighbours: Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and London; but we also work regionally, nationally and internationally.
Since 2002, we have connected over half a million children, young people and families with imaginative, inclusive and high quality art, culture and creativity. www.creativejunction.org.uk
Creative Junction run the Creative Connectors Hub in Central & Upton - Contact email@example.com to get involved
Resource Productions is a UK based film and video production company delivering creative, engaging, and innovative videos to clients across a variety of sectors. We have a brilliant professional team who have experience working with organisations across the private, public and third sector, understanding different business needs and goals.
We offer a full package, helping you bring your idea to life; from initial concepts and scripting through to final video launch.
We have been operating for over 15 years and have developed some fantastic relationships with a variety of Film & TV industry professionals and organisations which enable us to deliver innovative concepts keeping up with industry trends.
We are a Production Company with a social conscience. We are able to offer you affordable film-making and video production services whilst also offering training and developmental opportunities for young people. We work closely with the charity Resource Youth Film, re-investing profit to open doors for young people and allowing them to explore their interests and test out their career ambitions within the creative sector.
We evolved the business from a university incubator hub and education is core to everything we do. In addition to production, we also offer a vast range of creative and technical workshops and training courses for all ages and contexts. www.resource-productions.co.uk
Resource Productions run the Creative Connectors Hub in Britwell, Northborough, Farnham, Haymill & Lynch Hill - Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved
Slough are committed to promoting arts, culture and learning to a wide variety of people – from toddlers to the retired. We have a long history of delivering music and rhyme times, arts and crafts, children’s theatre, classical music, school choirs and bands, Bollywood dancing, author talks, local history talks and many more cultural events.
We have a wide range of printed books and free use of computers and wi-fi at all our sites including free online resources to help you to improve your English; learn another language; improve your computer skills; driving theory practice; revise for the Life in the UK test questions and many more. A newly launched e-book platform with a selection of fiction and non-fiction titles and a range of free e-magazines for all tastes. www.slough.gov.uk/libraries
Slough Libraries run the Creative Connectors Hub in Colnbrook & Poyle - Contact email@example.com to get involved
Slough Museum is an independent, accredited museum and registered charity, with a unique collection of over 6,000 objects and 5,000 photographs which tells the fascinating history of Slough.
Our mission is to inspire, engage, and educate through imaginative and inclusive programming and displays exploring and celebrating Slough’s past, present and future.
The Museum opened in 1986 and for over 25 years we have been committed to collecting, documenting, and preserving Slough’s local heritage and ensuring that Slough’s rich history is made accessible to all.
As an independent Museum and registered charity we are reliant on grants from Slough Borough Council, funding from local and national organisations, and the generosity of local people keep the Museum open and the collections safe for future generations. www.sloughmuseum.org
Slough Museum run the Creative Connectors Hub in Langley, St Mary’s, Foxborough & Kedermister - Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to get involved
SWIPE was formed in 1997 to help further the education and training of children and young people at risk of being excluded from school. It also offered single parent families and over forty’s assistance in the creation of employment opportunities.
At present SWIPE is using music as a medium to work with young people between the ages of 8 – 19 years of age and in some cases up to 25.
We provide young people in Slough with many music activities including tuition in steel pan, guitar, drums, violin, and vocal coaching. We also provide rehearsal space and free recordings to young bands and solo artist as well as teaching young people how to record and mix their own music.
We organise lots of events and are often seen supporting other local organisations events providing live entertainment, we also teach young people how to run their own events.
We enable and encourage young people in Slough to broaden their musical experiences and helps them develop confidence, better communication skills and group awareness. www.swipemusicprojects.wordpress.com
SWIPE run the Creative Connectors Hub in Manor Park, Baylis & Stoke - Contact email@example.com to get involved