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DRAMA lovers are invited to a fundraising quiz to raise money for a small theatre at South Hill Park, Bracknell.
When you have children's TV star and Reading's very own Justin Fletcher in your pantomime you can't blame anyone for making the most of it.
Black Country alt-rockers The Wonder Stuff will play Reading's Sub89 on Thursday, April 4, 2013.
Despite the outside temperature, things are heating up at Norden Farm, where a Christmas showcase is set to bring a cheeky smile to the gloomy winter nights.
The tale of Christmas past, present and future will come to life at Reading College Performing Arts Centre from Monday, December 24, to Wednesday, January 2, 2013.
From the off, this year's pantomime at South Hill Park Arts Centre, in Bracknell, promised a 'terrific Christmas show,' and it did not disappoint on its opening night.
Poet, rapper and regular collaborator with Reading's dan le sac, Scroobius Pip is bringing his first spoken word tour to town this week.
COMEDY cabaret duo Frisky and Mannish have made their name as a two-piece, but they are nothing without their third member - the audience.
READING tribal-rockers Amy's Ghost are using PledgeMusic, a crowd-funding tool, to raise cash for their forthcoming album, and they're offering a range of amazing pledges, including the chance to have an AG acoustic set and cream tea at your home (£150), a painting by Amy (£65), or the chance to come to a rehersal (£15)!
Pop superstars McFly are returning to The Hexagon next year
Christmas is coming, the first hint of snow is in the air, and thoughts are turning to tinsel, carols, roaring fires and family celebrations. Musician and BBC 6Music presenter Cerys Matthews is perhaps the ultimate fan of the festive season, and now the former Catatonia frontwoman wants to share her dream Christmas experience with you, through her new touri, Cerys By Candlelight.
Once again the pantomime at Newbury Corn Exchange looks set to be a highlight of the festive season.
Calling all True Believers! New Jersey punk rock stalwarts, The Bouncing Souls, have been booked at Sub89, Reading, for Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
Blunderbus Theatre Company got off to a flying start with their festive equivalent to the Christmas panto at Norden Farm on Saturday.
WHETHER they are being described as pop, indie, indie-pop, electro-indie-pop, or rather harshly, 'hollow-sounding', Bastille, led by Dan Smith (he of the gravity-defying barnet), are certainly getting people talking.
PICTURE the scene, a cast of actors are backstage, preparing for the second half of a play, The Rose Of Seville. But something is wrong: as the interval stretches out, the actors realise there is no second half. What's to be done?