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31 Jan 2013 06:30

Reading Rock Academy are calling all budding bands!

TALENTED bands are being called on to showcase their best riffs and catchiest beats in a hotly-fought competition. Reading Rock Academy Battle Of The Bands is returning for the fourth year, and is open to bands from around the country for the first time.

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29 Jan 2013 07:30

Jimmy Carr announces second 2013 date at The Hexagon

Jimmy Carr has announced a second 2013 date at The Hexagon! He is bringing his Gagging Order show to the town centre venue on Tuesday, July 30, at 8pm. Click here to book tickets

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28 Jan 2013 06:30

Get Miles Ahead with Body Of People dance

For fans of jazz, theatre, dance, and those looking for something new, Body Of People (BOP) are bringing two spectacular shows to South Hill Park on Saturday, February 9.

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27 Jan 2013 09:30

Spin Doctors

They'VE been there, done it and bought the T-shirt, but that's not why these guys are still kicking about in the music business, as Spin Doctors guitarist Eric Schenkman explains, they're in it for the love of the ride.

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26 Jan 2013 06:30

Spring Awakening - pushing the boundaries

AN edge-of-your-seat play which pushes the boundaries of youth's sexual exploration is being performed at South Hill Park, Bracknell.

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25 Jan 2013 04:30

We chat to people person Lucy Porter

"I'm so much more relaxed since having kids," comedian Lucy Porter tells me. "In terms of stagecraft, I could not give a stuff what anyone thinks of me anymore! Having done childbirth - and I don't want to sound like a martyr - but even the toughest gig you have ever had is not as bad as that!"

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23 Jan 2013 09:30

Renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber set to captivate The Hexagon

Renowned cellist Julian Lloyd Webber is returning to The Hexagon, Reading, after five years, to perform with the European Union Chamber Orchestra.

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22 Jan 2013 09:30

Great British blues swings into town

Berkshire blues fans will be treated to a swinging show from British blues group The Will Johns Band at Norden Farm, on Friday, February 1, at 8pm.

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18 Jan 2013 09:30 • Liz Crosthwaite

Chris Cox: Check out 'the mind reader who can't read minds'

CHRIS Cox can't read minds, but he'll darn well make you think he can.

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17 Jan 2013 18:00

Rumours Has it

A Maidenhead music lover is preparing to take audiences on a journey through Fleetwood Mac's seminal album, Rumours, and his research has already thrown up some surprises for you to discover at his Vinyl Frontier night.

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17 Jan 2013 14:00

Get out! This week's ents news...

LET'S Rock The Moor is back for the fifth year with an eclectic line-up of eighties bands and a bigger selection of stalls and entertainment.

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17 Jan 2013 11:00

Explore Terry Pratchett's Discworld

LET Progress Theatre take you on a journey through Terry Pratchett's Discworld, from the noisome swarm of Ankh-Morpork to the wintry landscapes of überwald, a region populated by conservative dwarves, aristocratic vampires and plotting werewolves.

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17 Jan 2013 10:30

Attila The Stockbroker has got something to say

They say age can mellow you - but try telling that to fiery punk poet Attila The Stockbroker. He's been on the road and earning a living from his craft 33 years, and he ain't having none of it.

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17 Jan 2013 09:30

I am Steve Siddle AKA Club Velocity presents...

Happy New Year. 2013 on paper should be a great year for promoters.

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16 Jan 2013 07:30

Ground-breaking jazz theatre at South Hill Park

Get Miles Ahead with groundbreaking contemporary jazz theatre courtesy of Body Of People (BOP), when they return to South Hill Park next month.

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14 Jan 2013 09:30

Reviewed: Shinfield Players' Robin Hood

Panto time at Shinfield last week was an opportunity for the cast to don their tights and outlandish costumes in this very happy production (and that was just the fellows!).

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13 Jan 2013 13:30

Film review: Quartet (12A)

Making a directorial debut at 75 years old is quite an achievement and a further accolade for Dustin Hoffman is to capture something of the essence of Englishness in his film Quartet. The film tells the story of former musicians and opera singers living out their days in the elegant surroundings of retirement home Beecham House.

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12 Jan 2013 09:30

Go Back For Murder at Windsor Theatre Royal

THE stage is set for murder, suspense and 'plenty of twists and turns' as a star-studded cast take on a classic whodunit by the queen of crime fiction. Agatha Christie's Go Back For Murder started its tour at Windsor Theatre Royal this week, and promises to keep audiences intrigued.

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11 Jan 2013 13:30

Suggs tells his story at The Hexagon

MADNESS frontman Suggs' life has been an eventful one, to say the least.

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11 Jan 2013 09:30

Doc Brown will see you now...

They say that laughter is the best medicine. Well if that's the case then your body will be a temple by the time you've taken a dose of Doc Brown's infectious lyrical laughs.

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