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TV favourite William Gaunt is starring this week in 84 Charing Cross Road, the story of a real-life transatlantic correspondence that blossomed into love.
LLAMA DRAMA – There’s a chance to see all sorts of animals, like this llama who appeared last year at Wellington Park’s Animal Fun Day
SINGLE WHITE FEMALES – Nicky and her mum, looking for love, decide to advertise themselves on a Birmingham billboard in the BBC documentary One Life: Billboard Love
CLIFF RICHARD fans are in for a treat next week when a brand-new musical based around his life and music comes to The Hexagon in Reading.
Mamma Mia - Thank You For The Music 30th Anniversary Tour
The Hexagon, Friday, May 7
By Lauren de Beer
NEVER put off until tomorrow what you can do today was one of the underlying themes of this bittersweet story which is set in America and Britain and spans the years 1949 to 1971.
ALAN Ayckbourn’s challenging plays tend to demand quite a lot from their actors but Crowthorne Amateur Theatrical Society (CATS) had no problems when they performed Confusions.
BLOOD-sucking zombies rampaging across America in a desperate bid to infect the entire population with evil is the whole story behind the remade horror flick Dawn of the Dead.
You can't teach an old dog – Or can you? From left, Alun Armstrong, Amanda Redman, James Bolam and Dennis ‘I could be so good for you’ Waterman star as detectives brought back from retirement in New Tricks on BBC1.
DIRTY JOB – There’s nothing Minogue likes better than a good spring clean, apparently.