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A good helping of wit and a side order of hilarity are on the menu at the Chiltern Players’ spring production as they invite audience members to sit around the dinner table for the performance.
A new comedy night gets under way at The Jazz Café tonight. Every evening will combine food with laughs and all for just a tenner.
There’s no denying that we like to laugh about sex. From Carry Ons with their rather mild sexual innuendo to the more explicit jokes that would make even Viz readers blush, we enjoy a giggle over the birds and the bees.
The latest star of Reading’s panto has been announced – and it’s another giant of children’s TV. Phil Creighton explains.
The open-air Shakespeare production was to be in Caversham Court this summer, but now it is not to be.
The Hobbit, otherwise known as Bilbo Baggins, lives in a mythical world of dwarves, elves, goblins, dragons and trolls known as Middle Earth.
Finding yourself on a whistle-stop tour through an hour of graphs, charts and diagrams about the facts of love and sex could mean one of two things is happening.
Boundary Players present An Evening of Coarse Acting, a series of one act comedies by Michael Green. May 11-15.
The boundary players will be showing you how not to put on a show next week.
Members of a village theatre group are actually looking forward to the threat of stage fright when they perform a whodunnit this week.