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It’s National Science Week this week, and there’s a whole host of activities on offer at various venues throughout the region where youngsters can take a hands on approach to all things science based – from robots and magnets, to rainbows and shadow puppets.
If you’re in dire need of something apart from your usual high-octane, low memory retention, evening out clubbing, Café Iguana, in St Mary’s Butts, may well be the tonic you’re in need of.
The global Café has often seemed, the favoured haunt of the often maligned eco-warrior or tree-hugging ecologist.
The Chilled Zone, Club Bay’s Sunday evening chill out session, seemed to be the perfect antidote to a weekend of unbridled revelry and celebration incited by Reading FC’s victorious promotion news.
Cream Classics, featuring the unfaltering Galaxy FM’s Graeme Park, ensured The Matrix was back on par last Friday, as the club played cordial host to Liverpool’s finest.
With a couple of Breakbeat aficionados in tow, I headed over for a night of merriment, keen to discover if that defining knock-out blow would be delivered.
With one foot planted deeply in the thick undergrowth of the surreal and the other set down in clubland, the Turntable Hell crew arrived at 21 South Street last Tuesday with malevolent intent.
With the end of the football season in sight, it’s still not clear whether Reading FC will gain automatic promotion to Division 1 and there’s still everything to play for.
I’M REALLY not sure how much more excitement we can take!
Like Reading Festival revellers flocking around a camp site toilet, the student population of Reading gathered en mass at Pavlov’s Dog on Saturday in their usual pursuit of fun.