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Eminem for Reading

05 January 2013
Eminem for Reading

Eminem for Reading

05 January 2013

ICONIC rapper Eminem has been announced as the first headline act for next year’s Reading festival.The most successful rapper in history, Eminem is the…


The King at the Corn Exchange

04 January 2013
The King at the Corn Exchange

The King at the Corn Exchange

04 January 2013

On Wednesday, January 16 (7.45pm), you can experience the essence and spirit of what it must have been like to see the young ‘King’ perform, in Taking…


It's too early to party, so...

27 December 2012
It's too early to party, so...

It's too early to party, so...

27 December 2012

Douai's traditional New Year's Eve concert at 3.30pm on Monday will be given by The Rodolfus Choir under their conductor, Ralph Allwood and the programme…


Art @ The Newbury

12 December 2012
Art @ The Newbury

Art @ The Newbury

12 December 2012

Currently showing their work at The Newbury gastropub in Bartholomew Street are local artists Jo Derczynska, Valentina Tikhonova, Sharon Perris, Betony…


Cerys by candlelight sold out

07 December 2012
Cerys by candlelight sold out

Cerys by candlelight sold out

07 December 2012

Nineties pop icon and Noughties champion of roots music Cerys Matthews plays to a full house at Arlington Arts tomorrow night (Saturday) in Cerys by Candlelight.…


Aldermaston Mystery

02 December 2012
Aldermaston Mystery

Aldermaston Mystery

02 December 2012

Aldermaston’s 56th York Nativity Play from the XIV Century Mystery Cycle will be performed next week at St Mary the Virgin Church, between Thursday and…


Twist on Dickens

01 December 2012
Twist on Dickens

Twist on Dickens

01 December 2012

A Christmas Carol – As told by Jacob Marley (deceased), adapted and performed by James Hyland presents the well-loved tale from the perspective of Scrooge’s…


Ashley Hutchings gig cancelled

26 November 2012
Ashley Hutchings gig cancelled

Ashley Hutchings gig cancelled

26 November 2012

Arlington Arts director Tony Trigwell Jones has announced the cancellation of Saturday's Rainbow Chasers gig. He said: "At 10.15 this morning the Rainbow…


Don't be a humbug - book now

26 November 2012
Don't be a humbug - book now

Don't be a humbug - book now

26 November 2012

A Christmas Carol – As told by Jacob Marley (Deceased), adapted and performed by James Hyland presents the well-loved tale from the perspective of Scrooge’s…


The Guv'nor at Arlington

25 November 2012
The Guv'nor at Arlington

The Guv'nor at Arlington

25 November 2012

Ashley “The Guv’nor” Hutchings, founder of Fairport Convention, Albion Band and Steeleye Span performs with his latest outfit The Rainbow Chasers at Arlington…


Education worth fighting for

22 November 2012
Education worth fighting for

Education worth fighting for

22 November 2012

Here Comes the Boom (12a)Running time 105 minutes Rating:***When schools find themselves a little short of ready cash, the answer – sometimes – is to…


Army musicians play for Soldiers Charity

22 November 2012
Army musicians play for Soldiers Charity

Army musicians play for Soldiers Charity

22 November 2012

The cream of the Corps of Army Music's orchestral players will be performing at Arlington Arts, Snelsmore, on Tuesday, under the baton of the army’s principal…


Being Playful on Sunday afternoon

17 November 2012
Being Playful on Sunday afternoon

Being Playful on Sunday afternoon

17 November 2012

Caroline Woodhouse will be giving a clarinet recital - Being Playful - as part of the series of Tea and Cake concerts at the Old Bluecoat School, Thatcham,…


Totally wild in Newbury

15 November 2012
Totally wild in Newbury

Totally wild in Newbury

15 November 2012

WITH Autumnwatch wrapped up for another year, and the rest of the BBC Natural History Unit preparing for hibernation, the whirlwind of naturalist energy…


Marsh landscape in Hampshire

09 November 2012
Marsh landscape in Hampshire

Marsh landscape in Hampshire

09 November 2012

Paintings of the marsh landscape of Western France and its rare salt pans, by highly regarded painter Peter Joyce, are currently on show at Jenna Burlingham…


New direction for young company

08 November 2012
New direction for young company

New direction for young company

08 November 2012

The Watermill Young Company bring their energy and enthusiasm to Gogol’s The Government Inspector, at The Watermill from Wednesday to Saturday next week.…


Dynamic young cellist joins BSO

06 November 2012
Dynamic young cellist joins BSO

Dynamic young cellist joins BSO

06 November 2012

Final rehearsals are in full swing for Basingstoke Symphony Orchestra's Autumn Concert at The Anvil, Basingstoke, on Saturday with conductor Stephen Scotchmer…


Something wicked comes this way

04 November 2012
Something wicked comes this way

Something wicked comes this way

04 November 2012

It's high drama and wonderful music as Kennet Opera perform Verdi’s Macbeth at the Corn Exchange from November 15 to 17. This tale of intrigue and dark…


An evening with Churchill

03 November 2012
An evening with Churchill

An evening with Churchill

03 November 2012

Following the positive response to Pip Utton’s Adolf in February, Arlington Arts have booked latest show Churchill on Friday, November 9 (8pm).Big Ben…


Giant veg in Market Place

02 November 2012
Giant veg in Market Place

Giant veg in Market Place

02 November 2012

“Is this the way to Africa?” Mr Chickweed exclaimed to the hordes of children running across the Market Place chasing a giant turnip caravan this week.This…


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