The New Era Players present The Hollow by Agatha Christie.
Gigs include Hop Dog Festival at The Plume in Hungerford.
City Arts chalked up another great success on Monday.
Bedwyn Music Series: Jonathan Ferrucci, piano, at St Mary’s Church, Great Bedwyn, reviewed by CHARLES MEDLAM.
Although Herongate Honesty coffee shop has closed, live music nights will continue at a new venue.
Reading Guild of Artists are currently showing their work at the RBH in a charity art exhibition.
THIRTEEN-year-old dancer Philippa Robertson-Kellie will take part in the Residential Performance Company this summer.
Newbury Youth Theatre have arrived safely in Edinburgh for their 23rd year at the Festival Fringe after their 10-hour coach journey.
On Saturday afternoon, around 100 turned out to Victoria Park Bandstand to listen to The Rectory Close Jammers.
You can unleash your creativity and become a pavement artist in the Market Place for a couple of hours between 10am and 4pm.
Framemakers Galleries in Northbrook Street to run another Local Artist Exhibition for one week in September.
August's children's book reviews by CAROLINE FRANKLIN.
What started as an online club for hobby singers in the pandemic, is now a fully-fledged choir.
Altered States: outdoor sculpture exhibition at Shaw House, Newbury until September 25.
Three Weeks have put them in their top three family shows to see at this year’s Fringe Festival.