Fans of all things old-fashioned descended on Newbury Showground at the weekend.
Award winning blues singer/songwriter Kaz Hawkins coming to Arlington Arts.
AWE is celebrating its first degree apprentice, Liam Jones, graduating with a first class honours degree.
Two local artists, Simon Pink and Ann Hoddinott, on show at ACE Space.
Hungerford Bookshop has a bunch of bestsellers in its vicinity - and this autumn three bring out new books.
UK Blues Awards Band of the Year nominee plays Arlington Arts on August 20.
Renowned French performance company Le G. Bistaki returned to Newbury with their promenade outdoor performance Bel Horizon.
The New Era Players present The Hollow by Agatha Christie.
Jazzman returns with his band to his hometown to start a new series of monthly shows on Sunday afternoons.
Gigs include Hop Dog Festival at The Plume in Hungerford.
City Arts chalked up another great success on Monday.
West Berkshire charity Time to Talk has received a £1,000 donation from a homebuilding company.
The Newbury Vegan Market is back for summer offering plant-based, cruelty-free and eco-friendly fun.
Although Herongate Honesty coffee shop has closed, live music nights will continue at a new venue.
Free sports sessions for kids that are being run throughout the summer in Tilehurst are already proving to be popular among local children.