Christine places music and movement on canvas

  Berkshire-based visual artist and arts communicator Christine Holley is currently holding an exhibition of her paintings and drawings at The Peacock Gallery, Earley – nestled inside Maiden Erlegh School. It runs until the end of the month.…

Review: Gaslight at the Progress Theatre

Once again a Reading theatre gives its audience something to cheer about. This time it’s Progress Theatre who, inits 68th season, give us Gaslight, a chilling tale with Jack Manningham (played by Geoff Dallimore) one of the most evil characters I’ve seen in a play or film recently.…

Review: Educating Rita at The Mill At Sonning

Director Robin Herford and set designer Michael Holt, along with the rest of the crew at The Mill at Sonning, give us a gem of a production of Willy Russell’s timeless masterpiece Educating Rita. The actors, Stuart Fox (Frank) and Laura Doddington (Rita) are a two-handed tour de force performing with humour, angst and perfect…

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Much Ado About Nothing is proud to be #Made In Reading

#MadeInReading is an epithet to be proud of and the Reading Between the Lines theatre company impress us once again with its outstanding interpretation of Much Ado About Nothing, bringing West End calibre acting to Reading.…

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