Graham Greene’s Our Man in Havana review by Robin Strapp.
Artist Jane Oldfield inspired by her Spitfire pilot uncle who left his flying logbook.
Contemporary Art Fairs attracts art-lovers and investors looking for high quality original artwork.
Join in three singalong spectaculars.
Film review: a visionary Viking saga as beautiful as it is blood-stained
Music and arts centre at The Ship Inn Country Hotel, Ashford Hill.
Up-and-coming local band Violet Origin are big on ambition.
This year, Newbury Spring Festival promises some wonderful choral delights.
Much excellent but punk pioneers frontman's choice of setlist disappoints at Arlington Arts.
Spanish comediennes Mercè Ribot and Patricia Rodriguez's Nothing Happens (Twice) at Oxford Burton Taylor Studio.
Review of Newbury Chamber Choir: Music for Eastertide at St John's Church, Newbury.
Funeral Flowers at the North Wall Arts Centre, Oxford, part of the Alchymy Festival of emerging talent.
Innovative Lost Dog's re-imagining of Tale of Two Cities reviewed by ROBIN STRAPP.
Wantage Silver Band has been tooting in surrounding villages for 50 years.
Seven-piece Police Dog Hogan wins over the near capacity audience at Arlington Arts.
Of Geometry and Gods, Side by Side, by contemporary artists opens at the chapel housing Stanley Spencer murals.
Accordion and cello duo Hannah Martin & Toby Kuhn mesmerise ACE
The Base Greenham kicked off its inaugural Festival of Arts and Crafts at the weekend and it was a sunny success.
The hugely popular and accomplished Graeme Hall, from Channel 5’s Dogs Behaving (very) Badly, is touring his show The Dogfather Live On Stage.
Francis Bailey pupils' colourful work is being showcased in Howarth's Gallery window.