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A production which plays on the idea of the ever-touring The Vagina Monologues is on stage next week as part of Reading’s Black History Month celebrations.
Jennifer Biggs is making her debut as a director, but she hasn’t made it easy for herself.
Matters of the heart are never straightforward but throw in an elegant divorcee, two cheating husbands and some very angry wives and you've got yourself a play which is the very definition of crazy in love.
A fascinating and little-known piece of English history is being brought to life this week by actor Paterson Joseph at Oxford’s Burton Taylor studio.
Woodley Theatre will be performing a new production at the Oakwood Centre next week.
Describing himself as a Dicksensian colourful actor, Simon Callow is back in the world of one of his favourite authors at the Oxford Playhouse next week.
You could forgive Lucy Speed for having a split personality after taking on two different roles in two different plays at the same time.
To launch its 65th season, Reading-based amateur theatre company Progress is producing its take on an award-winning play.
Que sera sera sang Doris Day – whatever will be will be. For The Mill at Sonning’s Sally Hughes, the maxim is certainly true.
A magician from Aldermaston whom Derren Brown has praised as “a lovely chap” is hoping you’ll look into his eyes next week.