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Corn Exchange Afghan play raises £3k for child refugees

Corn Exchange Afghan play raises £3k for child refugees

Corn Exchange Afghan play raises £3k for child refugees

IN The Sea There Are Crocodiles review by ROBIN STRAPP.


A belter of a female vocalist at Arlington Arts

A belter of a female vocalist at Arlington Arts

A belter of a female vocalist at Arlington Arts

US Blues rocker Sari Schorr compared to Janis Joplin.


Storming hometown gig for singer songwriter

Storming hometown gig for singer songwriter

Storming hometown gig for singer songwriter

Review of Joe Hicks (full band) with support, Giles Stelfox, at Arlington Arts, September 4.


Blues and boogie down for triple-header music night at Arlington Arts

Blues and boogie down for triple-header music night at Arlington Arts

Blues and boogie down for triple-header music night at Arlington Arts

Newbury's 'gem' of a venue promises a great gig for blues/rock fans.


Paul Zerdin and puppets heading for Corn Exchange: interview

Paul Zerdin and puppets heading for Corn Exchange: interview

Paul Zerdin and puppets heading for Corn Exchange: interview

Comedian Paul Zerdin mixes traditional ventriloquism with state-of-the-art technology.


A play about life's lost souls

A play about life's lost souls

A play about life's lost souls

A Pattern of Bad Behaviour is a new play by former Pegasus Theatre SPARK artists Clown Funeral.


Newbury Spring Festival busks it with genius guitar-playing duo

Newbury Spring Festival busks it with genius guitar-playing duo

Newbury Spring Festival busks it with genius guitar-playing duo

Musicians take to street to promote festival fortnight.


Hungerford Bookshop authors look back in history month events

Hungerford Bookshop authors look back in history month events

Hungerford Bookshop authors look back in history month events

Series features bestseller Sebastian Faulks, Pathfinders author Will Iredale and TV doctor Hilary Jones.


Women's Peace Camp integral to town's history

Women's Peace Camp integral to town's history

Women's Peace Camp integral to town's history

Jemima Brown's sculptures celebrate Greenham 40 anniversary.


Long-awaited Newbury Spring Festival launches at St Nics tonight

 Long-awaited Newbury Spring Festival launches at St Nics tonight

Long-awaited Newbury Spring Festival launches at St Nics tonight

14-day music feast kicks off with St Matthew Passion.


Newbury publisher on longlist for prestigious Booker Prize

Newbury publisher on longlist for prestigious Booker Prize

Newbury publisher on longlist for prestigious Booker Prize

Holland House Books' An Island 'a beautifully constructed, profound novel with global relevance'.


Recognisable ruffs and flamboyant frills on show at Shaw House

Recognisable ruffs and flamboyant frills on show at Shaw House

Recognisable ruffs and flamboyant frills on show at Shaw House

Free Dressed for Shaw exhibition at historic house.


Ball Hill author's Escape from Uxbridge

Ball Hill author's Escape from Uxbridge

Ball Hill author's Escape from Uxbridge

74-year-old Stephen Jones used lockdown to finish writing the book about his working life around the world.


Graffiti mural livens up quiet quarter of town

Graffiti mural livens up quiet quarter of town

Graffiti mural livens up quiet quarter of town

Newbury BID hopes artwork will attract more footfall.


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