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Newtown residents will be raising a glass to The Jolly Anglers today as the much-loved pub finally reopens its doors with a party.
A chance meeting in a corridor saw Nicky Campbell switch from presenting to writing music. Phil Creighton finds out why.
PSST ... there’s a new sandwich bar in town and it promises to be Purely Sensational.
Good old fashioned family values are brought to the fore in the Shinfield Players’ latest play. But, as Phil Creighton finds out, they aren’t necessarily happy ones.
Do you want to know a secret? The Bootleg Beatles are coming back to Reading. Phil Creighton twists and shouts with John Lennon – aka Neil Harrison
Shaun Williamson will create a new ballad of Reading jail next week. Phil Creighton stirs the Porridge to find out more.
Some children dream of running away to join the circus, but young Gerry Cottle had a different idea. He wanted to do far more than that – he wanted to run his very own circus.
Could you perform 200 comedy sketches in an hour? That’s getting the set-up, feed line and punchline delivered in 18 seconds per sketch.