A MAGICAL story will entertain youngsters during half-term next week.
Isabel’s Well, written for children aged three to seven, tells the tale of a young girl who owns a well leading to a magical underground world.
Considering the set-back The Blackout encountered having to cancel the remaining shows of their tour last October when vocalist Gavin Butler being beaten by a hemiplegic migraine, the band came back fighting, and stronger than ever as they stepped on stage at Sub 89 in Reading.
THE Windsor Picturehouse – the home of film at Windsor Theatre Royal – has its winter schedule all set, with a range of celluloid highlights ranging from children’s film to comedies, romance, action and some classics.
THEATRE lovers can take in a free play at Reading University today (Thursday).
Students from the university’s Reading Rep theatre group will be putting on a performance of classic sixties satire Tango in the Minghella Building, on the Whiteknights Campus.