The border morris side with added grrrrrr are visiting CAMRA award-winning pub The Bell at Aldworth to dance with fire.
The band will launch their second album WI22EAU at The Lion.
Brian Harrington reviews ‘A great night out, reminiscent of the raw and raucous days of Blondie in clubs like the famous CBGB’.
The village hall was bustling with visitors for the Aldworth Saturday Market turkey tasting and mini bazaar.
Beauty & The Beast runs at the Corn Exchange until December 31.
It’s a special year for one of the cast - it marks Les Woodley’s 60th as third shepherd.
The actor, comedian and writer will be visiting Hungerford Bookshop to sign copies of his new bestselling biography Berserker!.
The broadcaster’s latest book is a great read for anyone whose life has been transformed by a faithful hound.
The Watermill’s The Wizard of Oz review by Robin Strapp.
The veteran bandleader Graeme Hewitt, 84, promises candles, balloons, festive decorations, seasonal hats and wonderful jazz at a party in Theale.
The collection is expected to fetch £20,000 at SAS next week.
MADNESS to bring their ‘C’est la Vie’ tour to the grounds of the country house; tickets on sale this week.
Three of Lenka Daviesova’s works selected for exhibition at London’s prestigious Mall Galleries.
Rick Ware’s death was announced at the forum’s latest session.
Suites of noctilucent laments, lunar serenades and starlit balladry.
Newbury Chamber Choir Concert at St John’s Church, reviewed by Barnaby Wheeler.
Danny Robins, host of the podcast and BBC television series Uncanny, on stage at Oxford.
With fun-filled panto Beauty & The Beast under way at the Corn Exchange, there are more on offer within easy reach of Newbury… oh yes there are!
Ravensbury Players: It Runs in the Family at Ramsbury Memorial Hall.
Gallery and workshop space transforms into a festive grotto filled with 20 artists and craft makers for Saturday’s fair.