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There will be more entertainment than you can shake a false beard at this weekend thanks to a brand-new free festival coming to South Hill Park.
It will be Bolly good for people visiting Bracknell’s second summer festival when the very best of Asian performing arts comes to South Hill Park.
Hundreds of modelling hopefuls struck their best poses as they fought it out for the honour of being Bracknell’s Next Top Model.
Fans of old-s-Cool comedy can take a trip to see a rubber-faced funnyman who harbours ambitions to join forces with another rubber-faced funny man in Hollywood.
A man rarely off our screens, Heston Blumenthal is back again as part of a week of fishy-themed programmes on Four. It was started on Tuesday by Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall with his The Big Fish Fight.
A classic German play popular with A-level students comes to Bracknell next week before heading off on a country-wide tour.
For the life of me, I cannot understand why anyone would want to go on the telly and discuss their private, often awkward and distinctly weird medical problems.
There’s something about delicious, spicy, sloppy sauces, mopped up with naan bread you just can’t beat.
The borough’s art buffs can muse over a range of new work coming to South Hill Park in three new exhibitions.
Artists can leave their stamp in the historic grounds of Bracknell’s arts centre by making use of a new grant for art projects.