Going Out

30 Jan 2015 09:30

A more relaxed way to enjoy a laugh about life

IF, like me, you were gripped to Alun Cochrane’s Fun House series for Radio 4 then you will already think you know all you really need to know about him.


28 Jan 2015 09:30

First night review: Twelve Angry Men

THE enduring power of this show was richly illustrated by the success of last year’s West End revival which arrived in Windsor this week.


27 Jan 2015 09:30

A play with no words

Blind Man’s Song is a tale about one man’s rage against his world of darkness. Inspired by the paintings of René Magritte, the dead-end world of Samuel Beckett and interviews with blind and visually-impaired people, it uses theatre, mime and original live music to explore the power of imagination in seeking wisdom beyond our senses. With no words, Blind Man’s Song witnesses the power of the body to communicate.


24 Jan 2015 09:30

Review: New menu launched at Windsor's Scottish Steak Club restaurant

IF, like me, you are serious about your steak – then an evening at the Scottish Steak Club may actually be heaven itself.

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24 Jan 2015 09:30

Holding court with Tom Conti

Actor talks about being juror number eight and why he always travels with his own pillow.


23 Jan 2015 09:30

Nate Simpson returns to his roots for LP debut

BERKSHIRE’S very own smooth and soulful singer Nate Simpson returns to his roots with his band as he gets set to launch his debut LP.


18 Jan 2015 09:30

Show of hands for some great folk music

THERE is a feast of musical talent to enjoy in Nettlebed as a new season with Nettlebed Folk Club gets under way.


16 Jan 2015 09:30

Here's to you Paul and Art

THEIR music must be lying somewhere in every household – or if not then you will know one of their hits. For the story of Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel is one that has spanned generations.


12 Jan 2015 09:30

Bodyguard stalker joins three men in a boat

THE full cast has been announced for Craig Gilbert’s stage adaptation of Jerome K Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat which comes to Windsor Theatre Royal in February.


11 Jan 2015 09:30

And Then There Were These

QUEEN of crime Agatha Christie has managed to attract fans from all around the world, from generatrions of families going back centuries and from TV, film and theatre lovers alike.


9 Jan 2015 09:30

A laugh a minute with quiz master

He is the front man of an iconic radio quiz show and manages to time his laughs to the very last minute. is a time for traditions.


9 Jan 2015 09:30

Elvis is in The Hexagon

WHAT better way to welcome in the new year than to shake things up with the king of Rock and Roll.


14 Dec 2014 09:30

Original story set in the open

A THEATRE company is putting on a show for free in tune with the Christmas spirit of giving.


13 Dec 2014 09:30

Panto Review: Cinderalla at The Hexagon

PANTOMIMES can be something parents have to endure as a festive tradition for their children, and I have to admit my expectations of cheesy songs, one-liners and the panto conventions of “he’s behind you” were not on the top of my Christmas list.


12 Dec 2014 09:30

Humour and tradition from folk band

CHRISTMAS is a time for traditions. Turkey is served, crackers are pulled and presents are opened.


12 Dec 2014 09:30

Conti among Twelve Angry Men coming to Windsor

HE is one of the most respected and celebrated actors of his generation.


24 Sep 2014 10:30

Bingo TV promises a cyber-fun revolution

We have seen many false dawns in the form of supposedly innovative web-based entertainment channels - the sort claimed to be ground-breaking and game-changing that ultimately proved fairly humdrum - but now Gala Bingo claims to have something genuinely special to offer.


24 Sep 2014 09:30

Comedian James Acaster to reveal all about secret identity in new show

SOUTH street audiences are soon to be let into a little secret — Kettering-born funnyman James Acaster isn’t really a comedian — in fact it is all an elaborate ploy to cover his day job as an “undercover cop”.


23 Sep 2014 16:00

Blues band King King to stop off in Reading and Newbury with special guest

DESCRIBED as one of the 'most explosive rock/blues bands on the planet', King King will be bringing their tour to Reading audiences next year.


23 Sep 2014 13:30

First World War poets brought to life in Not About Heroes

IN 1917, having protested against the continuance of the war, celebrated poet and war hero Siegfried Sassoon was sent to the Craiglockhart War Hospital in Scotland for ‘war neurosis’. But the idea was to try and silence him.


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