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Too Marvellous For Words, a bio-musical about songwriter Johnny Mercer, continues its première run at The Mill at Sonning and is reviewed in Friday’s Weekend Post.
Stars Wars Episode II: Attack Of The Clones topped the American box office with £41 million over the four-day Memorial Day holiday weekend.
The GEORGE LUCAS-directed saga, starring EWAN McGREGOR, NATALIE PORTMAN and HAYDEN CHRISTENSEN, has taken £138 million since it opened in the States.
Now all the fuss concerning the appearance on Top of the Pops (BBC1, Friday) of chart-topper Will Young is over, I thought I would settle down to sample the grooves of a typical 2002 TOTP.
It seems an age since Reading band and John Peel favourites Saloon promised the release of their debut album.
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.
SPIDER-MAN zooms into Reading cinemas this weekend – and the comic-book hero is set to become a movie legend as well.
WRITER Adrian Mitchell has completed his Beatrix Potter trilogy.
THERE is a double helping of Ibsen’s drama Ghosts on local stages this week.
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.