On Stage in Berkshire
June 11, 2009
Spend the night at the Kit Kat
Samantha Barks, runner-up from the BBC talent contest I’d Do Anything, stars as the legendary Sally Bowles in the touring production of Cabaret.
The singer joins world renowned dancer and TV favourite Wayne Sleep for this production, which continues at The Hexagon in Reading until Saturday.
From Monday, you can catch the show at the Wycombe Swan in High Wycombe.
For Reading tickets, call the box office on (0118) 960 6060 or log on to www. readingarts.com.
For High Wycombe tickets, call the box office on 01494 512000 or log on to www. wycombeswan.co.uk.
Ever-popular musical Kiss Me Kate will receive a performance from the Woodley Light Operatic Society next week.
The Cole Porter musical, which is based around a performance of The Taming of the Shrew, proves that all’s fair in love and war.
This latest production, at the Kenton Theatre in Henley-on-Thames, started yesterday and continues until Saturday.
Tickets are available by calling the box office on 01491 575698.
Students from Thames Valley University will be showing off what they’ve learnt at a special show tonight and tomorrow.
Unique Steps, performed by Dance4 Eight, a company of final year students, promises to be an exciting evening of original dance work.
Styles will include contemporary, ballet and street and promises to showcase the unique talents in a diverse programme of new and original choreography.
The show will be performed at South Street arts centre and tickets cost from £4. For more information, log on to www. readingarts.com or call the box office on (0118) 960 6060.
The award-winning singers of the Thames Valley Chorus will soon be raising the rafters at The Mill at Sonning.
The European gold medal winners will be staging a show on Sunday, June 28.
The evening includes dinner and the full ticket price is £24.25 from the box office on (0118) 969 8000.
The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will be bringing pop to The Hexagon next month.
Symphonic rock will see the orchestra tackling classic pop tracks and rock anthems. The show will be staged on Saturday, July 11.
It will feature hits by Queen, The Moody Blues, The Beatles, Procol Harum, U2, Madonna, Bon Jovi, Emerson, Lake & Palmer, Tina Turner, Meat Loaf and Eric Clapton.
Tickets at £45, £35 and £25 are available from the box office on (0118) 918 3021.
A Leading folk duo will take to the stage at South Street next month with a backing band of trumpet and boukuki.
A Hawk and A Hacksaw features Jeremy Barnes on vocals, accordion and drums and Heather Trost on violin.
The show will be staged on Saturday, July 11. Tickets at £10 are available from the box office on (0118) 960 6060.
Thin White Duke will be paying tribute to the legendary David Bowie next month at South Street.
The show will hot the stage on Saturday, July 18. Tickets cost £9 in advance from the box office on (0118) 960 6060 or £11 on the door.