80s pop icon Rick Astley takes to the post-racing stage on Saturday for a 90-minute set of his classics, plus a selection of exciting covers.
First in a collection of five books Robert Cort has written which chart the life, adventures and career of Ian Caxton.
Second event of Arts for Hungerford’s autumn programme.
One of the questions posed in Rhum and Clay’s striking physical theatre production The War of the Worlds.
IN The Sea There Are Crocodiles review by ROBIN STRAPP.
US Blues rocker Sari Schorr compared to Janis Joplin.
Newbury's 'gem' of a venue promises a great gig for blues/rock fans.
A Pattern of Bad Behaviour is a new play by former Pegasus Theatre SPARK artists Clown Funeral.
Review of Joe Hicks (full band) with support, Giles Stelfox, at Arlington Arts, September 4.
Comedian Paul Zerdin mixes traditional ventriloquism with state-of-the-art technology.
Musicians take to street to promote festival fortnight.
Series features bestseller Sebastian Faulks, Pathfinders author Will Iredale and TV doctor Hilary Jones.
Jemima Brown's sculptures celebrate Greenham 40 anniversary.
14-day music feast kicks off with St Matthew Passion.
Holland House Books' An Island 'a beautifully constructed, profound novel with global relevance'.
Free Dressed for Shaw exhibition at historic house.
74-year-old Stephen Jones used lockdown to finish writing the book about his working life around the world.
Newbury BID hopes artwork will attract more footfall.
Interview ahead of Newbury gig.
Hampshire Open Studios open this bank holiday weekend.