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Christchurch Meadows will be filled with laughter tomorrow for the launch of the 24th Reading Children’s Festival.
What do you get if you deprive a group of ageing entertainers of the smell of the greasepaint and the roar of the crowd and shut them up together in a retirement home?
Many a big family celebration has been marked with a trip to the local Beefeater and when I made an early evening visit to The Southcote, I was reminded why.
A music and arts charity is conducting events this month to walk and talk music-lovers through Reading's tuneful past.
I make no secret of the fact Xenuk is one of my favourite local restaurants.
The Support U resource centre that sees itself as ‘home’ for Reading’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transexual (LGBT) community is celebrating its first birthday in style.
A book about the decade when Reading moved from post-war austerity through the baby boom to being poised on the edge of the Swinging Sixties has just been reprinted.
The Stag uses local and estate produce (especially game) when it can.
A film adaptation of one of Dickens’ finest novels with a stellar cast is about to put a Berkshire stately home on the silver screen.
Reading Museum wants your family’s wartime pictures and stories in readiness for a major exhibition in 2014.