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When a Wokingham landlord throws open his doors later this month the sounds of rock ‘n’ roll legends will be pouring out onto the pavements of Wokingham making him something like the pied piper of the pub world.
March 2005. Governors and officials of a Texan city are sitting in a meeting, wondering why their website is getting so many hits.
Most young musicians dream of packing their bags, slinging their guitar over their shoulder and leaving home, headed for the eclectic scene of somewhere like Brighton where musicians roam the streets, finding fame and fortune through their guitar strings.
Click on to iTunes this week and you’ll find music from pop stars and rock gods from all around the globe – but search a bit further and you might just come across something a little closer to home.
A musical festival which has been running in Woodley for 41 years is bucking the trend of budget cuts and penny pinching by promising to be bigger and better than ever this year.
As the curtain falls and an erratic black and white silent film begins to twitch in the darkness two young children run across the screen, their laughter unheard as they play in the woods.