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This young, personable Scot made much of the fact that he had been booked – as the first act during this year’s Reading Comedy Festival – for two shows by an overly optimistic programmer.
Sara Lloyd Gregory is thrilled to be making her professional stage debut in a plum Shakespearean role.
Cartoon characters from the long-running Peanuts strip come to life at The Shinfield Players’ Theatre this week.
Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Armistice, the Silchester Players present their version of Oh, What a Lovely War!
In the past the RSC has given us the complete works of Shakespeare, the history of Western Civilization, the entire history of Hollywood and a show of All The Great Books, and now they return to Reading to plug a gap they’ve not yet plugged here, which is the Whole of the Bible.
The role of an 18th century convict has brought actress Tanya Franks to The Watermill in Newbury for the first time.
Despite being a seasoned professional Des O’Connor confesses he is nervous about tonight’s performance at The Hexagon.
Stand-up Joe Pasquale hates giving the same show twice, so he’s still writing next week’s
On their UK tour the 'other RSC' called in at South Hill Park to bring their unique, reductive approach to the Bible – a book that has no shortage of bizarre events and larger than life characters for raw material.
Lorraine Forrest-Turner plays the title role (Honor) in this play of mid-life crises with commendable passion, despair and disbelief.