Other Venues

  • Monday 9th April 2018 — Friday 1st February 2019

    West Berkshire Museum

    A monthly get-together for blind and visually impaired residents of West Berkshire.

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  • Saturday 29th September 2018

    Douai Abbey

    The sixteen voices of young vibrant professional choir Echo perform James MacMillan’s stunning setting of Miserere, alongside other masterpieces of the 16th, 19th and 20th centuries, including works by Britten, Lassus and Palestrina.

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  • Thursday 25th October 2018

    Shaw House

    A long time ago in a deep dark wood Lived a brave strong lad who loved Grandma's pud And his name was Little Red Robin Hood

     

    A merry mix up in the forest when Little Red Riding Hood cannot be found. Luckily Robin Hood agrees to go on a quest to take some cakes and flowers to Grandma. Will he stay on the path or will he discover the big bad wolf who looks a bit like the Sheriff of Nottingham?

    Garlic Theatre presents a funny, slapstick, glove puppet show with beautifully crafted puppets, clowning and gentle humour.

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  • Sunday 4th November 2018

    Shaw House

    Created to commemorate the hundredth anniversary of the Great War, acclaimed musicians Chris Green and Sophie Matthews use music and song to tell the story of ‘The War to End All Wars’.

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  • Wednesday 21st November 2018

    West Berkshire Museum

    Dr Nick Young will look back at the soldiers from Thatcham that took part in the Great War as well as looking at what Thatcham itself was like during the period. 

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  • Saturday 1st December 2018

    St Nicolas Church

    Presented by the Newbury Choral Society under the baton of musical director Cathal Garvey. Professional soloists and the London Ulysses Orchestra will contribute to making this a memorable occasion.

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