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Harry Potter Night! Harry Potter Night!
An evening of all things Hogwarts incl. fun quiz at Swindon Central Library - 27 FEB
Swindon Festival of Poetry Swindon Festival of Poetry
Dedicated solely to the joy of words & prose - 29 SEP - 09 OCT
International Women’s Day 2016 International Women’s Day 2016
Swindon Central Library hosts a FREE event with stalls and displays plus talks, performances and more - 05 MARCH
Author Talk Author Talk
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War Brides War Brides
A one-act drama at the Central Library focusing on the role of women during war - 01-02 OCTOBER
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View a collection of remarkable images taken by war photographer Robert Capa at Swindon Central Library - 25 SEPTEMBER
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Head to the Swindon Central library for a day of festivities! - 14 NOV
Swindon: Heroes & Villains Swindon: Heroes & Villains
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Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre Talk
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Reliving Swindon's Railway Heritage
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International Women’s Day 2013 International Women’s Day 2013
Central Library will be hosting an ‘Open House’ day of FREE events to celebrate ‘International Women’s Day 2013 - THIS FRIDAY
Talk on Wiltshire Record Society
Historians are being invited to a talk about how an important resource is being used to research Wiltshire’s past - 25 FEB
Those Magnificent Men - the real-life heroes! - Swindon Film Festival
A celebration of the pioneers of aviation and cinematography from Aerofilms - 07 MAR
Chasing Ice (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival Chasing Ice (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival
An enlightening and eye-opening documentary with breath-taking scenery - 06 MARCH
Beasts of the Southern Wild (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival Beasts of the Southern Wild (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival
Beautiful, funny, timely and tender - six-year-old Hushpuppy lives on the margins of society - 19 MAR
Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (Cert U) - Swindon Film Festival Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines (Cert U) - Swindon Film Festival
…they go up-tiddly-up-up, they go down tiddly-down-down - 02 MAR
Searching for Sugarman (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival Searching for Sugarman (Cert 12A) - Swindon Film Festival
Two South Africans try to find out what happened to their hero, the 1970s rock 'n' roller, Rodriguez - 01 MAR
A Portrait Of Swindon A Portrait Of Swindon
A digital installation using photography and film to celebrate the people and place of Swindon in The Queen’s Jubilee year...
Made In Swindon
Swindon Central Library to host a celebration of Swindon's proud history of manufacturing and industry - 06 OCT
Probate Records talk at Swindon Central Library
Educational talk by archivist Robert Jago on Probate Records - 30 APR...
Swindon Film Festival - Arrietty (Cert U)
Swindon Film Festival presents: Arrietty at Swindon Central Library - 03 MARCH...
Swindon Film Festival - The Mill & The Cross
Swindon Film Festival presents: The Mill & The Cross at Swindon Central Library - 03 MARCH...
Historical Talk about Radnor Street Cemetery Historical Talk about Radnor Street Cemetery
A fascinating insight by historians and writers Fran Bevan & Mark Sutton - TONIGHT!...
Lacock Abbey Archives 1545-1850
A talk by Archivist Steve Hobbs from the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre.
Old Maps for Local & Family History
A talk by Claire Skinner of the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre.
A Wiltshire Christmas
A talk by Margaret Moles, Archivist at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre.
Cave Of Forgotten Dreams (U)
Swindon Film Society present this extraordinary documentary.
Illustration Competition Display
An exhibition of entries from the Swindon Youth Festival of Literature's illustration competition - 21 - 27 NOV...
The Great White Silence (U) The Great White Silence (U)
Swindon Film Society present this brilliantly restored film of Scott's ill-fated Antarctic expedition.
Fire In Babylon (12A)
A Swindon Film Society presentation in conjunction with 'Swindon's Black History' events.
How to Write the Perfect Ghost Story
A Writing workshop for teenagers. Click for more info...
Poor Law Records for Family History
The latest in Swindon Central Library's programme of monthly archivist talks by Terry Bracher from The Wiltshire & Swindon Archives.
Blow Up (15)
A Swindon Film Society screening as part of the "Swindon: The Teenage Years" event.
Yield To The Night (15) Yield To The Night (15)
A Swindon Film Society presentation. A classic film, starring Diana Dors, the "Siren from Swindon".
Richard Jefferies: An Extraordinary Mind
Rebecca Welshman speaks about the great man's inventions and achievements, and his importance for today's world.
A Man With a Stick - A Talk by Andy Binks
A fascinating and unusual local history talk by Andy Binks of the Swindon Society.
The Write Life
Amelia Carr, Sarah Challis and Julie Cohen talk about how they got started, offer tips and share the secrets of a writer's life.
Historical Maps
Andrew Crookston will explain what historical maps are available at the Library and how they are important sources of information for both local and family historians.
The Work of Richard Jefferies
An evening showcasing the work of local writer Richard Jefferies, with readings from the nature writer's work.
The Forbidden Universe
Bestselling authors Clive Prince and Lynn Picknett talk about their new book 'The Forbidden Universe'.
Images of Swindon
A FREE illustrated talk, by library staff, with images from the Swindon Collection.
Esther Freud
On the pleasures and pitfalls of an actor’s life.
Jim Leary
on The 'Story of Silbury Hill'.
Jane Johnson
The writer of adult and child fiction, talks about her latest novel - 'The Salt Road'.
An Evening of Readings from Richard Jefferies
An Evening of Favourite Readings From the Works of local writer Richard Jefferies 'The Prose Poet of the Countryside'.
From Pastures to Parlours From Pastures to Parlours
The History of Rodbourne - a talk - 22 MARCH...
Cameraman: The Life and Work of Jack Cardiff (PG)
An engrossing and affectionate documentary tribute to veteran cinematographer Jack Cardiff, who died in April 2009. Featuring invterviews with Kirk Douglas, Lauren Bacall, Charlton Heston and Martin Scorsese.
The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie (15)
FREE SCREENING! Maggie Smith stars as a titular Edinburgh schoolmistress who nurtures her young charges in a very flamboyant style.
The Golden Compass (PG)
FREE SCREENING! Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig star in this epic family adventure film.
Free Family Storytelling and Craft Session
Spend an afternoon in Swindon's libraries with Celtic Chris for historical storytelling and craft sessions!
Adult Author Event
Author Bob Trubshaw will be at the Central library for a fascinating talk entitled The Invention of Prehistoric Sacred Places.
Latin For Family Historians
A talk by Claire Skinner, Archivist from Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre...
Free Intellectual Property Advice Clinic
Understand the different types of intellectual property, how to protect inventions and brands, how to commercialise intellectual property and how to avoid problems with third party intellectual property rights.
Christmas in Wiltshire
A talk at Swindon Central Library by archivist Margaret Moles of the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre.
History of Regent Street
A pictorial history of Swindon’s Regent Street, a spin-off from the BBC’s High Street History programme, will be on display at the Town's Central Library.
Daleks to Invade Central Library
Dr Who’s enemies will be at the Regent Circus library collecting for charity and meeting library users. There will also be fancy dress and colouring competitions, and sci-fi writing workshops.
Experiences of Leading 3 Para Experiences of Leading 3 Para
Former commander-turned author to relive Afghanistan mission at Central Library...
Swindon Festival of Literature 2010 - Swindon Speakers
An exciting evening of very short stories and ‘cliff hangers’!
Swindon Festival of Literature 2010 - M C Beaton
On Agatha, Hamish, and writing murder mysteries, in conversation with Alex Dawe, and you!
Swindon Festival of Literature 2010 - Writing Your Life Story
Cherry Gilchrist on Writing Your Life Story - introduced by Jill Sharp.
Swindon Festival of Literature 2010 - Paul Burston
On his novel, The Gay Divorcée.
Swindon Film Festival - Burma VJ
Armed only with video cameras, a tenacious band of Burmese reporters face down death to expose the repressive regime controlling their country.
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