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More details - Harmony for Christmas
Thames Valley Chorus are holding an Open rehearsal on 22nd October. We are encouraging men to come along and try singing harmony. No experience required. We are taking part in a concert on 12th December. If you manage to learn the song and pass a simple audition, you could be joining us on stage.
Bulmershe School, Chequers Way, Woodley
Tue 22 Oct, Tue 29 Oct, Tue 5 Nov, Tue 12 Nov, Tue 19 Nov, Tue 26 Nov, Tue 3 Dec

More details - Antique and Collectors fair
This Antique fair will be held on the 1st Thursday of the month. Up to 30 stalls selling a wide selection of antiques and collectables to include :- silver, coins, militaria, jewellery, glass, treen and much more. Well sign posted Ample parking Free entrance Free wifi Disabled access Cafe
Newbury Rugby Club Monks Lane Newbury
Thu 7 Nov, Thu 5 Dec

More details - The Prince and The Pauper - Christmas 2019
Two young dreamers with very different lives long for change. The Prince is bored of royal life, of endless parties and rules and grown-ups. Most of all, he hates the grown-ups and wishes he had friends his own age to play with.
The Watermill Theatre Bagnor, Newbury
Thu 14 Nov 19 to Sat 4 Jan 2020

More details - The Bear
From the book by Raymond Briggs Adapted by Pins and Needles Productions. Ever wondered what it would be like to sit on a polar bear’s lap? Or ride on its back? Have you ever tried to give a polar bear a bath, or clear up its poo?
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Altwood Road, Maidenhead
Tue 26 Nov 19 to Sun 29 Dec

More details - The Happiest Days of Your Life
It is 1947, and many boarding schools who were evacuated during the war are returning to their premises. Hilary Hall (boys) are back in their old school buildings after five years and are just settling in when they receive the news that they will have to share their premises with a school of similar size and type.
The New Era Theatre, St George’s Centre, Andover Road, Wash Common, Newbury RG146NU
Wed 27 Nov to Sat 30 Nov, Tue 3 Dec to Sat 7 Dec

More details - Panto: Sleeping Beauty
Our 2019/20 pantomime is now on sale! Once upon a time in a land not so far away the beautiful Princess Aurora is tricked by an evil fairy and falls into a deep sleep.
Corn Exchange. Market Pl, Newbury
Fri 29 Nov 19 to Sat 4 Jan 2020

More details - Children’s Christmas Parties at Shaw House
It’s party time at Shaw House! Featuring Mr Muddles the charming, if muddlesome magician, who captivates and amazes children with his comical slapstick magic. There will also be a special visit from Father Christmas and all children will receive a present. Parties £5 per child.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Sun 1 Dec 19

More details - Dreading Poetry Slam
Monthly Open Mic Poetry competition. Everyone Welcome Normally 2 rounds and a final plus Fun interval competition (And another chance to win a drink) or read a poem out of competition, or just join our enthusiastic audience
The Global Café, in the RISC building:- 35-39 London Street, Reading
Sun 1 Dec 19

More details - Christmas Extravaganza Sunday 1 December 2019
Great Woodley CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA for the 22nd year running on Sunday 1 December 2019 from 10am to 3pm, lots of stalls and entertainments, Live Reindeers next to SANTA ’s Magical Grotto, lots of Rides, Climbing Wall, Many Rides etc.... A Huge Community Event bringing thousands of people
Woodley Town Centre
Sun 1 Dec 19
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More details - Christmas Fair
If you are looking for unique and creative Christmas gifts then the Christmas Fair is not to be missed! We have over 60 amazing local crafters, bakers, artists and photographers all brimming with bespoke wares that can’t be found on the high street.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Sun 1 Dec 19

More details - Messy Monsters
The chance for little ones and their grown-ups to get messy and explore the world through sensory play! Each week will feature fun new art activities. The best bit? You don’t have to do any cleaning up! Led by Kayleigh Galvin. Suitable for ages 6+ months.
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts Altwood Road Maidenhead
Mon 2 Dec 19

More details - Christmas Wreath Making Workshop
On Monday December 2nd, join us at historic Ufton Court for a festive wreath making workshop in aid of Ufton Adventure.
Ufton Court, Green Lane, Reading
Mon 2 Dec 19

More details - Pelican Christmas Fair
Our fabulously festive Christmas Fair will be back for 2019 with 10 fantastic new stalls! We’ll have plenty of ideas for the perfect gift – including jewellery, children’s toys, and edible Christmas treats for the whole family.
The Vineyard, Stockcross Newbury
Mon 2 Dec 19

More details - Growing early vegetables - A lecture by Ray Broughton
During the cold winter months many gardeners look forward to the warmer months ahead when fresh, home-grown produce is plentiful. Sitting down to our first plate of new season vegetables fresh from the garden is something we all look forward to, but just how early can this be ?
St Nicolas School, Link Road, Newbury
Mon 2 Dec 19

More details - Ballet Beats (3-4 years)
A fun, creative way for children to explore their dance skills. Each week they will have the chance to go on an adventure using imagination and play to help learn basic ballet techniques. Led by Abbi Lewin
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts Altwood Road Maidenhead
Tue 3 Dec 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Wreath Making
Come along and join in the festive fun with Kim and her lavenders team, creating your own bespoke wreath for your door. You will learn how to moss your wire wreath frame, add seasonal spruce and choose from a selection of dried fruits, fur cones, cinnamon sticks, ribbons and some sparkle to decorate.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Tue 3 Dec 19

More details - Claires Court Nursery Open Morning
Claires Court is a school for families, run by a family, providing private education for young people aged 3-18 years.
1 College Avenue, Maidenhead, Berkshire
Tue 3 Dec 19

More details - Stay & Play free activity session
These free monthly sessions offer you and your toddler a safe and stimulating environment to make friends and enjoy learning through play. Inspiring creative and imaginative play and encouraging your child’s natural curiosity is central to The Abbey’s learning ethos.
The Abbey Junior School, 12 Christchurch Gardens, Reading, Berkshire
Wed 4 Dec 19

More details - Teddies Music Club
Sing • Dance • Play We’ll get you bouncing, jumping, tickling, giggling, laughing, oh and singing! Teddies is energetic, lively and fun for grown-ups and children alike, with a singer and musician at every session.
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts Altwood Road Maidenhead
Wed 13 Nov, Wed 20 Nov, Wed 27 Nov, Wed 4 Dec, Wed 11 Dec, Wed 18 Dec

More details - Adult Workshop - Wreath Making
Come along and join in the festive fun with Kim and her lavenders team, creating your own bespoke wreath for your door. You will learn how to moss your wire wreath frame, add seasonal spruce and choose from a selection of dried fruits, fur cones, cinnamon sticks, ribbons and some sparkle to decorate.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Wed 4 Dec 19

More details - Aldermaston Nativity Play
63rd year of Aldermaston’s unique Nativity Play, performed by villagers in the village church in accordance with the York Cycle of Mystery Plays on: Thursday 5th December at 8.00pm Friday 6th December at 8.00pm Saturday 7th December at 7.00pm Sunday 7th December at 7.
Parish Church of St Mary the Virgin, Aldermaston
Thu 5 Dec 19

More details - Reading 19th Century Schools Talk by Joan Dils
For much of the 1800s, the churches and wealthy individuals were the main benefactors instrumental in setting up local schools. Then from 1871, the local authority in Reading also became involved, providing education through the Reading School Board.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Thu 5 Dec 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Wreath Making
Come along and join in the festive fun with Kim and her lavenders team, creating your own bespoke wreath for your door. You will learn how to moss your wire wreath frame, add seasonal spruce and choose from a selection of dried fruits, fur cones, cinnamon sticks, ribbons and some sparkle to decorate.
Shaw House, Church Road, Newbury
Thu 5 Dec 19

More details - Adult Workshop - Painting Ceramic Christmas Decorations
This popular workshop starts with a brief talk about the history of the Christmas tree and its decorations followed by hands- on painting of 4 ceramic Christmas decorations of your choice out of the vast collection of Roelofs and Rubens bisque shapes.
West Berkshire Museum, The Wharf, Newbury
Fri 6 Dec 19 and Sat 7 Dec

More details - Concerts in Caversham - Christmas Concert by Candlelight
Concerts in Caversham’s annual sell-out event - Christmas Concert by Candlelight, will once again fill the church with wonderful music to celebrate the arrival of the season of Advent. There will be concertos by Bach, Vivaldi and John Rutter, carols for audience and much more.
St Andrew’s Church, Albert Road Caversham
Sat 7 Dec 19

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