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There's one line in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat that sums up this musical for so many: "We're so glad you came our way".
This is an annual fixture in Reading’s entertainment calendar and a rather good fixture it is too.
Next month a Lower Earley leisure centre will be festooned in sequins, ballroom mirrors and chants of slow, slow, quick, quick, slow as a national dance contest is held there.
If you think we live in a sex-crazed age now take a look at the 17th century.
Basingstoke – The Anvil. African Soul Rebels 2010. Weds. Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. Thurs. Moscow State Circus. Fri & Sat. Steppin’ Out With Anton & Erin.
Having spent my childhood engrossed in the imagination of Roald Dahl, I was keen to see if The Birmingham Stage Company’s adaptation of George’s Marvellous Medicine was a hit on stage.
This production by Sea Legs Puppet Theatre is engaging from the off.
For this visit to Reading the preeminent Birmingham Stage Company have brought to life one of Roald Dahl’s many madcap, anarchic revenge fantasies.
Once she played a savage alien warrior. Now it’s a randy divorcee. Phil Creighton finds out how Louise Jameson goes from one role to the next.
The tale of the young man who dreamed of the streets of London being paved with gold and his famous cat will soon be on show in Binfield.