The Good Life at the Oxford Playhouse reviewed by Jon Lewis.
Newbury band New Shores Christmas! On My Own (At Last) is a witty take on being alone.
Rockers The Station aim to get us up and dancing.
Andy Powell's Wishbone Ash at Arlington Arts.
After two years of online rehearsals, one of the oldest non-professional orchestras in England are performing together at St Nics.
Newbury swing musicians in concert at Milestones living history museum.
Laurence Binyon lived at Westridge Green in the village until his death in 1943.
Mayor Billy Drummond sends out last call for entries.
Fundraiser features songs from the world’s most iconic musicals.
71-year-old John Stanforth, from Kintbury, has just published his debut novel Beyond Understanding – a Tale of Love and Loss.
Runners are preparing to take part in this year's Reading Half Marathon on Sunday.
Children's book reviewer Caroline Franklin's pick of six.
Puppet made her way from the Syrian border to the UK in project The Walk.
Andrew Lownie Traitor King talk at Croft Hall rescheduled for December.
Members of the National Youth Orchestra, National Youth Brass Band of Great Britain and Berkshire Young Musician finalists.
Hundreds of church bells across the country will be ringing out at 6pm, calling for urgent action on climate change on the eve of COP26.
GCSE students will appreciate Candlelit Macbeth at Arlington Arts.
Biographer Andrew Lownie talks on his Sunday Times bestseller Traitor King at Croft Hall.
Life-sized photomontage of Hollywood star Theresa Russell centrepiece of new exhibition at The Base.
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