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Beverley Craven is looking forward to returning to the stage. She tells Laura Herbert why.
Young people from around Bracknell will be on air from 8am today as HUG FM hits the airwaves.
Big Jack's Laughter Club is back for its monthly dose of mirth and mayhem tomorrow and the one of the acts on the bill doesn’t have far to travel for the gig.
If Johnny Ball had been a world class juggler and street entertainer as well as being a particularly fine science communicator then he might’ve come up with a show like this one.
This evening’s show, performed by the Reading Youth Theatre, is one of a handful of performances before it heads up to Edinburgh for the Fringe in August, and from the looks of it they’re already pretty well prepared for the big run.
It’s a real pleasure to see a show aimed at children that is neither simple or easy; that isn’t a spin-off from a TV show or cartoon or staging of a popular book.
Spring has brought three new arrivals at Beale Park as Rosie the ring-tailed lemur gave birth to the park’s first set of triplets.