Exhibition that delves into folklore in Brent opens on Wednesday

PUBLISHED: 15:56 08 February 2016 | UPDATED: 15:56 08 February 2016

The exhibition starts on Wednesday (Pic: Twitter@BrentCulture)

The exhibition starts on Wednesday (Pic: Twitter@BrentCulture)


An exhibition that delves into world folklore from ancient cultures to Brent’s diverse modern communities opens this week.

The aptly named “Curious Tales: A World of Folklore, Myths and Legends in Brent” will take place at the Library at Willesden Green.

Showcase items include drawings by pupils from St Mary Magdalen’s Junior Catholic School in Linacre Road, Willesden, and a figure of Daoist God Zhenwu on loan from the Horniman Museum.

A special launch event and evening viewing will be held at The Library in High Road, on Wednesday from 6pm – 7.30pm

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