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A Children's play with no songs, no joining in and no happy ending will be performed at South Street Arts Centre on Saturday.
Former Doctor Who Sylvester McCoy heads the cast of Gilbert and Sullivan’s The Mikado which the Carl Rosa company brings to Windsor Theatre Royal next week.
Folk singer of the year Julie Fowlis will be performing songs from her album Cuildh at South Hill Park on Sunday.
The deadpan comic from Montana had much to say about Reading - mainly derived from book called Crap Towns.
Midsomer Murders actress Laura Howard is currently playing five different roles at The Haymarket in Basingstoke.
Dylan Moran was a man relying on his genius at last night Comedy Festival show at the Hexagon and it slightly let him down.
This young, personable Scot made much of the fact that he had been booked – as the first act during this year’s Reading Comedy Festival – for two shows by an overly optimistic programmer.
Cartoon characters from the long-running Peanuts strip come to life at The Shinfield Players’ Theatre this week.
Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Armistice, the Silchester Players present their version of Oh, What a Lovely War!
In the past the RSC has given us the complete works of Shakespeare, the history of Western Civilization, the entire history of Hollywood and a show of All The Great Books, and now they return to Reading to plug a gap they’ve not yet plugged here, which is the Whole of the Bible.