West Berkshire Museum commemorates the centenary of the death of John William Righton.
Arts for Hungerford presents An International Cellist’s Journey at Croft Hall on Saturday.
Mayor Billy Drummond launches this year's search for a winner.
Review of Leona Allen’s new play about Josephine Baker, the star who shone brightest in pre-war Paris.
West Berkshire's natural landscapes are heralded in a poetic memoir by Inkpen author Nicola Chester.
Review of Charlie & Stan, based on the true story of two of Hollywood’s greatest 20th century film stars.
Apollo's long-awaited public performance – their last show was in November 2019.
Hungerford, Newbury and Tadley have reunited for live singing rehearsals and are experiencing the huge benefits of social singing.
Last chance to see Open Studios taster exhibition at The Base.
Caroline Franklin's pick of six with a good tale to tell - especially at Hallowe'en.
Show of work by local people on lockdown Contactless Creativity scheme.
Play captures the passionate commitment of the Greenham peace women.
Tickets go on sale for bigger, better and biscuitier festive light trail.
Three books include 74-year-old microbiologist's first attempt at fiction with 18 short stories.
A Newbury arts organisation has received £29,600 for a new programme of work called Links to Thrive.
Revelatory Northern Stage production celebrates an ordinary civil servant, buried in obscurity in Somerset, who led an extraordinary life when young.
Who Cares?: review of hard-hitting verbatim play focusing on unpaid young carers.
Arlington Arts audience on their feet to give Pulse a standing ovation.
Saskia will run an afternoon songwriting workshop at ACE Space and be in concert in the evening.
No mobile phones. No googling. No phoning a friend. But five free delicious, dapper drinks at cabaret-quiz.