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What’s on in West Berkshire this week


Unplugged open mic night, ACE Space, 7pm.

Sign up early for a performing slot and the music gets underway at 7.30pm.

Disco, Royal British Legion, Pelican Lane, 8.30pm to 11pm.


Jumble sale, Padworth Village Hall, 2pm, free.

In aid of St John the Baptist Church, Padworth.


Open mic night comes to the Corn Exchange on Sunday, January 7
Open mic night comes to the Corn Exchange on Sunday, January 7

Open mic night, Corn Exchange, 6pm, free.

Come along to Newbury's latest open mic evening and support local performers as they showcase their talents in the Corn Exchange’s balcony bar. From live music and spoken word, to close-up magic and more.

Choral evensong, St Mary’s Church, Speen, 6pm.

Music and refreshments. Everyone is welcome.

Choral evensong. St Mary’s Church, Hampstead Norreys, 6pm.

Come and sing the last carols of Christmas at the Hermitage Team Festival Evensong for the Feast of the Epiphany. Refreshments afterwards.

Pangbourne Jazz Club concert, Rosewood Hall, Whitchurch Road, Pangbourne, 7.30pm, £12.50.

Big Colors Big Band performance with the Pangbourne Jazz Club rhythm section. Bar, raffle and public car park.


Newbury National Trust meeting, West Berks Indoor Bowls Club, Pyle Hill, 7.30pm, free to members, £3 to non-members.

Peter Gill will entertain with an evening titled ‘Songs & stories of Noel Coward’.


Newbury Yacht Club talk, The Bowlers Arms, Wash Common, 7pm for 7.30pm start, free to members, £5 to non-members refundable against £25 membership.

Talk by adventurer and author Jordan Wylie titled ‘Adventure and piracy – at the extreme’.

Berkshire Family History Society Newbury branch meeting, 7.30pm to 8.30pm, free to members, £5 to non-members.

A zoom meeting and talk by Eilir Ann Daniels titled ‘Welsh family history research’. She will discuss the issues specific to Wales – aspects of which researchers may be unaware of or which can make research a little tricky. For more details visit https://berksfhs.org/

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