Near capacity crowd takes a trip down memory lane with Eagles tribute at Arlington Arts.
City Arts Newbury is inviting people to create a collaborative piece of art at Kennet Shopping centre.
Remembering YouTube footage in 2015.
Mike Wilson describes the science behind the remarkable recycling of your body.
Move has been driven by the theatre’s sustainability aims.
Fil Reid, historical romance author of the Guinevere novels, is local to Newbury.
Olivia McBeth wrote Any Other Way at the end of 2021 and finally recorded it at Studio 91 in Newbury a few months later.
Series of special events to mark 150 years since the birth of one of the great symphonists of the 20th century.
City Arts Spring into Summer event Sunday and Monday.
Lucy Danser’s play If This is Normal, from feminist company Chatback Theatre, reviewed.
Wonky comes to The Watermill.
Riotous improvised parody for adults, chock full of innuendo and puns at the Corn Exchange.
Raw, raucous, irreverent old school punk: Ferocious Dog at Arlington Arts.
Owner describes rare vehicle as 'the future from 1939'.
Infant and Junior Youth Theatre's Charlotte’s Web, at the Corn Exchange, reviewed by ROBIN STRAPP.
South Wales Male Choir Cor Meibion de Cymru perform at Newbury's St Nicolas Church on Saturday.
Puppets with Guts street theatre entertain the town centre crowds.
Another page-turning Ian Caxton thriller by Robert Cort.
Discover new work, like that of two new artists who join the scheme this year – Thatcham painter Laura Cranstoun and Newbury printmaker Sarah Gordon.
Lovingly restored cars and motorbikes to gather at The Bell on Sunday, April 24.