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The relationship between pushy and ambitious African Caribbean parents and their British-born offspring took centre stage in East Reading.
Last month, when I spoke to Mick Foley about his touring show Tales From Wrestling Past, he was keen to point out that it was not a comedy show in the traditional sense.
Taking a seat on the stage in South Hill Park's Studio Theatre my heart suddenly started to pound.
They didn't think they'd be able to whittle it down but judges have chosen 25 acts to put through to the Bracknell's Got Talent semi-finals.
The Shaolin Warriors arrive at The Hexagon on Saturday.
Ever since Torvill and Dean ice-danced to the overture of Mack and Mabel back in 1982, I’ve wanted to see this show.
An enchanting piece of theatre, filled with fairytale magic and astonishing puppetry, will be arriving at South Street this week – and it will be the arts centre’s first captioned performance for the deaf.
It has been a long time since I have left a theatre and felt as if I have really learnt something.
If you have ever dreamed of standing on stage and feeling the heat of the spotlight on your face then South Hill Park wants to hear from you.
A tale of murder most foul will be told at South Hill Park this month – completely in the dark.