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From the moment James Henry Trotter’s parents get gobbled up by a rhinoceros, you know the story of James and the Giant Peach is going to be classic Roald Dahl.
As a gaggle of young British actors sip rich black coffee in one of London’s most exclusive private members clubs, on the wall behind them hangs the work of a Wokingham based photographer.
When the Twyford Singers hit their first high notes in 1961 one of the most popular pieces they performed was Handel’s masterpiece, the Messiah.
Fans of jazz legend Buddy Greco were left with the blues in January when the Rat Pack star had to cancel his Bracknell show due to illness.
Whether you like your eggs scrambled, boiled, fried or poached you can get ready to switch them for the chocolate variety with hundreds of sugary surprises being hidden around parks and farms this Easter.
Having read various snippets about Equus when Daniel Radcliffe starred in it in the West End in 2007 I knew it wasn’t going to be comfortable viewing. And I was right.
Sport Relief, BBC One and BBC Two, Friday, from 7pm. With a name like Sport Relief you’d expect a bit of a marathon show and that’s exactly what the producers of this year’s fundraiser have organised.
Graceful dancers will be pirouetting into Bracknell for a Tchaikovsky Gala Evening with the Vienna Festival Ballet.
There is no way of dressing it up – chocolate flavoured cheese sounds oh so wrong.
Alan is back. There are those three words that Apprentice fans have all been waiting for.