Riverside Players go Haywire with new play
A humorous play from the writer behind Rising Damp, Duty Free, Only When I Laugh and Home To Roost will be performed by the Riverside Players, from Thursday to Saturday, June 27-29.
The Undertones bring punk back to Sub89
Is there such a thing as being too old for punk? The Undertones - formed in Derry in 1975, reformed with a new frontman in 1999 - don't seem to think so. And with tunes as good as Teenage Kicks, Jimmy Jimmy and My Perfect Cousin to play, you can see why.
Mr Nice is coming to Sub89
MR NICE aka Howard Marks, 'the most sophisticated drugs baron of all time' is bringing his brand new show Scholar, Smuggler, Prisoner, Scribe, to Reading's Sub89 on Wednesday, November 13.
African Sanctus to be performed by Wokingham Choral Society
David Fanshawe's African Sanctus will be performed by Wokingham Choral Society and Wokingham Choral Academy on Saturday, June 15
Former Malcolm In The Middle star chats about his band, Kingsfoil
Child star Frankie Muniz has found himself in the middle of a successful US band on the verge of an international tour - and he has never been happier.
Live music review: Fish Hook EP launch at The College Arms
ENTHUSIASTIC fans filled the College Arms in Wokingham Road on Saturday night to celebrate with punk-country-rock'n'rollers Fish Hook the release of their new EP.
New drama: Wendy at South Hill Park, Bracknell
Meet Wendy. She is in her 60s and lonely. She has lived, loved, and lost; her husband passed away and her children have flown the nest. Now she has landed a job where her good humour and wisdom about the human condition can be poured into giving people just the right bit of advice, just when they need it. But what is the job?
Concert review: Slough Philharmonic at Eton College
Slough Philharmonic Society is an amateur chorus and orchestra based in Slough and on Saturday 18 May they closed the 2012-2013 season with a full orchestral and choral concert in Eton College School Hall.
I am Steven Siddle AKA Club Velocity presents
As I am typing this I am listening to the second album, Back Down, by Ben Marwood out now on Xtra Mile Recordings. It is a great, great record.There is no filler here.
'Relaxed' panto performance for special needs
The Hexagon have announced a 'relaxed' performance of their 2013/2014 panto, Jack And The Beanstalk
I am Jack Hepplewhite AKA MrBlindPig presents...
"It's not that I'm a racist or anything" said the taxi driver as I pulled away from the station. "It's just not fair that they come over 'ere and ruin our country".
"Pardon, err, what, pardon, who are we talking about now, I'm lost sorry" I stammered back to him, before changing my mind and drifting off eagerly wanting to avoid this monotonous drivel.
Colder Than Here explores the struggle to accept death
MYRA is dying, her husband has buried his emotions, while their two daughters - one scared of hospitals, the other of death - struggle to accept their mother's fate.
Restaurant reviews: The Three Tuns, Slough
WE walked in through the back door of The Three Tuns in Slough and straight into the bar area. There is plenty of room in the car park off the Farnham Road and the building big, but nicely lit, spacious, yet cosy.
The wall colours are warm, with very modern, beautiful wooden floors throughout.
We sat by a window in one of the alcoved areas, Bath Road side. At least three other tables were occupied by noon and by 1pm another three tables filled with lunchgoers.
Folk performer Bob Fox brings his Just An Old Warhorse show to Nettlebed
FOLK great Bob Fox, the voice of the songman and narrator for West End smash hit show War Horse, will play a special show at Nettlebed Village Club at 8pm on Monday, under the title, Bob Fox: Just An Old Warhorse.
Some Like It Hotter set to dazzle at Windsor Theatre Royal
PREPARE for glitz and glamour as Some Like It Hotter dazzles audiences at the Theatre Royal Widsor.
Theatre reviewed: The Sainsbury Singers' Jekyll & Hyde
As part of their seventy-fifth anniversary The Sainsbury Singers staged the celebrated musical version of Robert Louis Stevenson's classical tale, the whole cast rising superbly to the challenges of Frank Wildhorn's music and Leslie Bricusse's lyrics and book.
VIDEO: Slough Philharmonic Orchestra rehearse The Armed Man: A Mass for Peace
A work by popular composer, Karl Jenkins, will be performed as part of a choral concert by Slough Philharmonic Society on Saturday May 18,
Restaurant reviews: Fusionz, Langley
I STARE reproachfully at the lime pickle nestling in its gleaming silver bowl,
a menacing mix of green and brown.
A huge fan of Indian food, lime pickle is the one dish that fills me with dread. A bad mouthful can leave you feeling like you've swallowed a lump of heavily spiced detergent, while a good one leaves your tongue tingling. I needn't have worried - this homemade sauce is delicate and delicious.