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In theory, a film addressing the lives, loves and everyday concerns of old folk is a good thing.
The original rude girl of ska is on the phone to me and speaks more like a grande dame than someone who is soon to be jumping about on stage in Reading.
Aperitivo runs from 5pm to 7pm and is aimed at giving diners a relaxed, nibbly-type dining experience.
A comedy festival in Reading just got a whole lot funnier with the announcement of three extra comedy giants joining the bill and an extra date for favourite Alan Davies.
Teenagers were on the edge of their seats when top horror writer and comedian Charlie Higson came to town to mark tomorrow’s World Book Day.
Elms Field has seen its share of sights. It’s been at the centre of town events for a good many years. But, at the heart of Wokingham’s celebrations for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee, it’s going to equal, if not surpass, anything that’s gone before.
Children in Sandhurst and Crowthorne are getting dolled up for a dance festival coming to Bracknell next month.
A SOCIAL group that allows learners to play alongside experienced musicians has plucked itself a musical niche in Guildford.
Budding singers and musicians can showcase their talents at the launch of monthly open mic events starting next month.
An evening of famous church music will be held at one of Bracknell’s oldest churches to help raise £170,000 for repairs to its roof.