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Pick Your Own: Thursday 14 May


Dear Friends

The Prospero Library is packed with interactive theatre and arts resources, including how to create the perfect lip sync. This feature, Dark Theatre is an interactive comic book where you get to play detective in a cryptic whodunnit. Great for families with kids age 10 – 13 years.

Re-discovering things you’d forgotten you loved has been a small upside of the enforced stay-at-home. Hands up who wanted to be a Ballerina? Tiny dancers are well catered for at Norden Farm with Ballet Beats but adults can get involved at the virtual Rambert Dance Company Home Studios. Ballet for adults is every Monday at 6pm – it’s so on point.



The National Theatre never disappoints. This week The Barbershop Chronicles, from Thursday 14 May (7pm) is free to watch for a week. Written by the hugely talented Inua Ellams who performed The 14th Tale in the Studio at Norden Farm way back in 2010.



On Saturday, join the West End Musical Brunch gang as they take their party online. Special west end guests will be performing live along with interactive musical theatre themed games and a Q&A with the stars. Prepare your brunch, pop a bottle of Prosecco, gather the family or join your friends remotely to share in the fun and singalong. Tickets available here.

Gardening has taken on a whole new significance for me and my family. Palpable excitement this week as the coriander and broad beans both sprouted – happy days! How are the vast gardens, like Kew coping with lockdown and no-one to tend the plants? Find out here – and take a virtual tour around for gardening inspiration. Then head down to our friends at Stubbings Nursery who excitingly re-open on Wednesday and get your green fix.


We're delighted to announce that we will be making #TheEncounter available to watch online from Fri 15 May 7pm - Fri 22...

Posted by Complicite on Tuesday, May 5, 2020

Get your headphones on to experience the binaural sound design in The Encounter from the extraordinary Theatre Complicite. Free to watch and available from Fri 15 – Fri 22 May. Live discussion and Q&A event at 7.30pm on Wed 20 May with Complicité’s artistic director Simon McBurney and filmmaker Takumã Kuikuro.

Jane Corry x

Chief Executive and Artistic Director

about 4 hours ago So pleased they all has such fun! ❄️ https://t.co/H8vRRYd8OV

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about 5 hours ago We've teamed up with The Autism Group & @RBWM_Libraries to offer a quiet area at Maidenhead Library during the Lant… https://t.co/clhx7Lj8nK

about 5 hours ago Please wrap up warm if you're joining us for The Carnival of the Animals - Lantern Parade tomorrow afternoon & make… https://t.co/kPmWKrlyBn

about 6 hours ago RT @UptonTransition: Thank you Norden Farm for a fantastic performance of ‘One Snowy Night’. A snuggly, fun and heart-warming story! We fou…

about 6 hours ago RT @UptonHouseSch: Thank you @nordenfarm for having us! @UptonTransition had a fantastic time

about 6 hours ago @HawkedonY1 We are so glad you had a lovely time! It's such a wonderful show Enjoy the rest of your festivities ☃️

about 6 hours ago RT @HawkedonY1: Year 1 had a great time at @nordenfarm watching the production of “One Snowy Night”, they laughed lots and thoroughly enjo…

about 7 hours ago RT @visitwindsor: You can also join one of @nordenfarm's drop in lantern making workshops in Maidenhead @RBWM_Libraries tomorrow morning h…

about 7 hours ago RT @visitwindsor: Maidenhead’s Community Lantern Parade is BACK!   The Carnival of the Animals Lantern Parade will be held on Saturday 10 D…

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