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Elms Field has seen its share of sights. It’s been at the centre of town events for a good many years. But, at the heart of Wokingham’s celebrations for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, it’s going to equal, if not surpass, anything that’s gone before.
Wokingham choral group the Cameo Singers are busy preparing for their next concert, which will take place later this month.
The programme for this Sunday afternoon concert opened with a performance of Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia On A Theme of Thomas Tallis which brought out the poetic mystery of this medieval meditation.
Head to Wokingham’s Town Hall tomorrow lunchtime and you can enjoy a fantastic musical concert.
It might be a little chilly outside this week, but a local orchestra has warmer climes on its mind.
Gershwin famously wrote music about an American in Paris, but this month you've got the chance to hear an American in Reading.
For some people, Christmas only starts when they hear the Christmas Eve carol service broadcast from King’s College, Cambridge.
Members of the Witt Studio Chorus will team up with the Reading Symphony Orchestra tomorrow for its autumn showcase.
The new album’s called Tomorrow’s World. Where did the album title come from?
If you remember the golden days of rock ‘n’ roll when ‘doo-wops’ and ‘ah hey, ah hey heys’ rang out from every radio and jukebox, chances are the date of February 3, 1959, will send a shiver down the spine.