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It might have been midsummer’s day on Monday, but The Hexagon is already busy thinking about the forthcoming festive season.
Anyone wanting to visit the Big Apple next week won’t have far to travel – they only have to go to Henely-on-Thames.
Next week, the boards of the Progress Theatre will be trodden not by the established team of actors but by the stars of tomorrow.
Blame it on the Morris Dancers. The new play, which kicks off at the Shinfield Players Theatre in Whitley Wood Lane tonight, was actually meant to be performed in Farndale’s Community Centre.
A body swap comedy is the latest play to come to The Mill. Phil Creighton finds out more from director Terence Booth.
A new amateur show will be gritty and violent. Phil Creighton leads the interrogation.
Although the doc might not be the guilty culprit, as Tilehurst becomes a crime scene, Phil Creighton turns amateur detective.
There’s no denying that we like to laugh about sex. From Carry Ons with their rather mild sexual innuendo to the more explicit jokes that would make even Viz readers blush, we enjoy a giggle over the birds and the bees.
The latest star of Reading’s panto has been announced – and it’s another giant of children’s TV. Phil Creighton explains.
Justin Fletcher – CBeebies’ favourite clown – is a superstar for young children and he’s coming to Reading this Christmas. He tells Phil Creighton about the debt he owes to Theale Green’s Sixth Form