4,500 toppling blocks will surge through the streets, crossing parks, buildings and the canal.
3,370 tickets booked for admitted festival events, and a further 3,500 seats for its Jubilee street party celebrations too.
The show goes on for choral society despite Covid setback.
Nicola Chester's On Gallows Down in contention for prize to be judged by Ray Mears.
'My portrait work often looks at identity, music and fashion'
In the Weeds heads for Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer.
Henry VIII, along with his many wives and Queen Elizabeth I, are on their way to Newbury.
19th-century dolls house sold by SAS, acquired for the Soltau Play Museum in Germany.
After a two-year pandemic absence, violinist Helen Page, pianist Oliver Williams and choir Harmony are back with their summer concert.
Black Steiff is one of only 494 from a special order made for the UK in 1912, after Titanic disaster.
Gill Hornby in conversation about her new Austen novel Godmersham Park at Herongate tonight (Tuesday).
Original Playwrighting Award 2022 for Helen Saxton's In Her Defence.
Singer songwriter at Hungerford's Herongate on Thursday.
'By far the best kids show I've seen for a while'.
Ceremony today (Monday, June 20) to remember victims of the attacks in the park on 20 June 2020.
Husband and wife team Berkshire Printmakers running two silk screen printing workshops in the Lookout Studio at The Base, Greenham.
SAS has an interesting auction of Dolls and Teddy Bears this week including a lot of Belsen dolls.
General Dynamic F.U.N.: prints by Eduardo Paolozzi at The Base, Greenham, review by LIN WILKINSON.
Camp Albion on rural tour prior to run at Watermill.
Independent Bookshop week kicks off today (Saturday, June 18) and runs to next Saturday.