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The Voice of the Moody Blues Justin Hayward still has that magic

The Voice of the Moody Blues Justin Hayward still has that magic

The Voice of the Moody Blues Justin Hayward still has that magic

27 March 2024

He captivated the near-capacity Basingstoke audience with assurance that comes with 60 years of touring and playing live.


GAP Festival announces headline events

GAP Festival announces headline events

GAP Festival announces headline events

27 March 2024

Goring & Streatley festival features more than 50 cultural events, hosted across local venues.


Track Dogs return with sell-out gig

Track Dogs return with sell-out gig

Track Dogs return with sell-out gig

26 March 2024

Returns only for popular musicians who fuse country, cajun, soul, gospel, Latin, jazz, bluegrass, Irish traditional folk and Appalachian.


Art on the Park returns to the railings

Art on the Park returns to the railings

Art on the Park returns to the railings

26 March 2024

Two more of the popular bank holiday Sunday events are planned for Victoria Park… weather permitting.


Call for memories and photographs of Newbury’s Old Library

Call for memories and photographs of Newbury’s Old Library

Call for memories and photographs of Newbury’s Old Library

26 March 2024

As they transform the Cheap Street building into an arts hub, the Corn Exchange ask people to share their experiences, particularly pre-2000.


Conductor brings out best in Newbury Symphony Orchestra

Conductor brings out best in Newbury Symphony Orchestra

Conductor brings out best in Newbury Symphony Orchestra

24 March 2024

‘Our lovely market town is blessed with so many enthusiastic musicians’ says reviewer Fiona Bennett.


Pure escapism

Pure escapism

Pure escapism

24 March 2024

A fast-paced madcap adventure as the world famous escapologist and magician is framed of committing a robbery and has to flee.


Pangbourne Choral Society’s magnificent Magnificat

Pangbourne Choral Society’s magnificent Magnificat

Pangbourne Choral Society’s magnificent Magnificat

23 March 2024

On their 50th anniversary year, PCS honours one of our most influential composers on the 100th anniversary of his death.


Big jump in visitors to Oxford’s University Gardens, Libraries and Museums

Big jump in visitors to Oxford’s University Gardens, Libraries and Museums

Big jump in visitors to Oxford’s University Gardens, Libraries and Museums

22 March 2024

Attractions welcomed more than 3.2 million visitors last year and there’s lots more happening across the Gardens, Libraries and Museums in 2024.


Very special guests added to Pete Tong Ibiza Classics Englefield gig

Very special guests added to Pete Tong Ibiza Classics Englefield gig

Very special guests added to Pete Tong Ibiza Classics Englefield gig

22 March 2024

The Grid original line-up and Groove Armada performing one of their legendary DJ sets announced today for Pete Tong’s summer show.


‘Wonderful evening of fine folk music’

‘Wonderful evening of fine folk music’

‘Wonderful evening of fine folk music’

22 March 2024

Reg Meuross’ ACE Space gig streamed Live to Your Living Room across the globe.


Razzamataz students triumph in national championships

Razzamataz students triumph in national championships

Razzamataz students triumph in national championships

22 March 2024

Razzamataz Newbury students give “an extraordinary display of talent, dedication, resilience and teamwork”.


Diary that throws new light on Beatles break up to be auctioned

Diary that throws new light on Beatles break up to be auctioned

Diary that throws new light on Beatles break up to be auctioned

22 March 2024

A personal diary written in 1969 by the wife of The Beatles press officer Derek Taylor is expected to fetch £400-600 at Newbury auction house.


Pick of the week ahead

Pick of the week ahead

Pick of the week ahead

21 March 2024

Magic, live music, dance, theatre, photography and an evening with a celebrity chef. You choose.


‘Pub Landlord’ Al Murray to host Old Library fundraiser at The Corn Exchange

‘Pub Landlord’ Al Murray to host Old Library fundraiser at The Corn Exchange

‘Pub Landlord’ Al Murray to host Old Library fundraiser at The Corn Exchange

21 March 2024

Pubtastic evening of bar-room banter with every penny going towards the arts hub conversion.


A wonderful demonstration of a community being brought together in music says composer and conductor Bob Chilcott

A wonderful demonstration of a community being brought together in music says composer and conductor Bob Chilcott

A wonderful demonstration of a community being brought together in music says composer and conductor Bob Chilcott

20 March 2024

Come and sing Rossini’s Petite Messe Solennelle in the small village of Kintbury.


Boyz do dance

Boyz do dance

Boyz do dance

20 March 2024

ManMade is one of the UK’s only youth dance platforms specifically created for male-identifying young dancers.


McFly’s Tom Fletcher’s musical show for little people with big imaginations comes to Newbury

McFly’s Tom Fletcher’s musical show for little people with big imaginations comes to Newbury

McFly’s Tom Fletcher’s musical show for little people with big imaginations comes to Newbury

20 March 2024

A totally interactive show where children are not just allowed to shout, sing, clap and dance - it’s actively encouraged! says Tom.


Tickets on sale for the Kingsclere Players’ latest production

Tickets on sale for the Kingsclere Players’ latest production

Tickets on sale for the Kingsclere Players’ latest production

19 March 2024

Tickets are now on sale for the Kingsclere Players’ latest production, Stepping Out.


We loved The Gruffalo’s Child, did you?

We loved The Gruffalo’s Child, did you?

We loved The Gruffalo’s Child, did you?

19 March 2024

Eager youngsters turn out for Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s Gruffalo characters come to the Corn Exchange.


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