August's children's book reviews by CAROLINE FRANKLIN.
What started as an online club for hobby singers in the pandemic, is now a fully-fledged choir.
Altered States: outdoor sculpture exhibition at Shaw House, Newbury until September 25.
Alan Grahame and Ken McCarthy backed by the Pangbourne Jazz Club rhythm section on Sunday.
Three Weeks have put them in their top three family shows to see at this year’s Fringe Festival.
Whistle Down the Wind review by Robin Strapp.
City Arts Newbury flagship community event returns to Newbury Market Place on Monday.
The Corn Exchange's summer programme of family activities is under way.
The Globe Theatre production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, as part of the Oxford Festival of the Arts.
Big turnout for the 25th anniversary show at Highclere Castle.
Jazz Forum celebrates its 20th birthday at Hungerford Royal British Legion.
On Wednesday, August 17, the team at Hogan's will be hosting a Summer Open Afternoon.
Top-class musicians from the Adderbury Ensemble premiere John Whittaker's Quartet.
Le G. Bistaki, return to Newbury on Saturday with their distinctive visual expression, surrealism and humour in the outdoor show Bel Horizon.
It was amazing, more than I have seen at any brass or silver band," said event organiser.
Plan for a performing arts studio and theatre, learning centre, foyer lounge and associated office and back of house spaces.
Julius Caesar at Magdalen College School, Oxford reviewed by JON LEWIS.
Truck Festival at Hill Farm, Steventon, reviewed by Cameron Blackshaw.
Nicola Chester on the Nature Writing shortlist of the James Cropper Wainwright Prize with her first book On Gallows Down.
After nailing the preview, Newbury Youth Theatre head for the Fringe.