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Key to the remit for a big summer blockbuster is a big, dumb story, action a-plenty, jaw-dropping special effects, a smattering of humour amid a typically hyperbolic Hollywood script.
They’ve performed around the world, to presidents, archbishops and TV stars as well as singing in Oscar winning movies and now they’re coming to Reading for your aural pleasure.
The Angels didn’t need to polish our halos or groom our wings – this week we just needed to get out our swimwear thanks to a new night out at The Jazz Club.
Whitchurch Hill composer Howard Timberlake was thrilled at the success of his songs in the UK Songwriting Contest.
Normally, going to see a play by the National Theatre involves a trip to London, but thanks to the wonders of technology it’s possible to see some Shakespeare without leaving the area.
John Krasinski stars as Burt and Maya Rudolph is Verona in Sam Mendes’ new comedy flick Away We Go.
When Charles Dickens wrote A Christmas Carol you can bet he did not expect Hollywood to steal his ghostly concept and Californianise it.
You don’t have to ask me twice to go to a risotto festival.
From Trainspotting to skagboys, Irvine Welsh can’t keep away from Begbie, Sick Boy and Renton. He explains why...
He might be better known now for his annoying TV advert, but Michael Winner is also an author.