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With a title like Breathing Corpses and a “not suitable for children” warning on the press release, it’s safe to assume this play will not be about two fluffy bunny rabbits falling in love.
Hi-de-Hi! star Su Pollard is the friendliest person Phil Creighton has ever interviewed. But now she has to get nasty to Annie
What would you do if you found yourself the possessor of a potentially valuable piece of Nazi memorabilia?
A tangled love affair, a teenage Mozart who swears rather a lot and a riotous performance of A Christmas Carol are not normally what you would find in one place. But as the new season at Wokingham Theatre approaches actors are getting ready to raise not only the red curtain but the roof as well.
Youngsters at a Shinfield dance school will be taking ‘hard knocks’ in their stride when they take to the stage in Reading.
Street dancers have come home to Bracknell with prizes after a successful trip to the world championships.
When disco hit the decade that taste forgot there were probably a few raised eyebrows at Reading Operatic Society.
Few fictional detectives are as popular as Inspector Morse.
Tickets are on sale for a charity performance of Hamlet in aid of the Wokingham town mayor’s charity.
Young performers at Bracknell Theatretrain, left, will join their counterparts from 33 countries in every continent of the world when they take part in a spectacular show at the Royal Albert Hall.