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More details - Guide Dogs Tour of Berkshire Cycle Sportive
Entries are now open for the fourth annual Guide Dogs Tour of Berkshire Cycle Ride to be held on 15th April 2018 from the Guide Dogs head office in Burghfield Common, nr Reading, Berkshire. The event is open to all and is suitable for everyone from beginners and charity riders to cycling clubs and regular riders.
Hillfields, Burghfield Common nr Reading
Sun 15 Apr

More details - Craft and Garden Fayre
A very friendly local craft and garden fayre We have a very wide variety of stalls and refreshments are available
Burghfield Village Hall Recreation Rd Burghfield Common
Sun 15 Apr

More details - De Vere Wokefield Estate WEDDING FAIR
All the needs of your special day under one roof. Cars, Cakes, Menswear, Bridalwear, Photographers, Entertainment, Jewellery, Hair & Make Up, Stationery and much much more... Venue show rounds available on request. One of Berkshires largest wedding fairs with over 50 wedding suppliers attending!
Goodboys Lane, Mortimer, Reading, Berkshire
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Vivace Voices Spring Concert
Choir concert. We’ll be singing a medley of songs, secular and sacred, including the hymn ’For the Beauty of the Earth’.
St Luke’s Church, Englefield Road, Theale
Wed 28 Mar

More details - Reading Haydn Choir - Spring Concert - Karl Jenkins Requiem & Hummel Mass in B Flat
We are delighted to be returning to St John’s Church to sing two vibrant pieces of choral music, accompanied by a small, professional orchestra, Sinfonia Musicisti. Karl Jenkins is the UK’s most popular contemporary composer, one of Wales’ most versatile and critically-acclaimed musicians.
St John’s Church, Victoria Road, Mortimer Common near Reading

More details - Wheelers Wheels @ Tilehurst British Legion!
We welcome this talented vocal/instrumental four-piece band back for the second time! Their music ranges from Rock ’n’ Roll to ballads and general chart songs from the 60’s through to the 2000’s. Free car park. Non members please call ahead for peace of mind 01189 429606
Downing Road, Tilehurst
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Pop Up Play Village - Children's role play village! Special Easter play session!
Pop Up Play Village is for children who love to role play! This is our Easter special play session! We will be having an Easter Egg Hunt aswell as all of our role play fun! This event features our Supermarket, Cafe, Construction Site, Hospital, Veterinary Centre and Outdoor Explorers!
Beech Hill Memorial Hall

Tilehurst Amateur Dramatic Society More details - Tilehurst Amateur Dramatic Society
TADS next production is "Hello ... Is There Any Body There?" by Ian Hornsby. This is a hilarious farce which steadfastly refuses to takes itself (or anything else) seriously. All is dull and peaceful at Squire Grange.
Tilehurst Village Hall, Victoria Road, Tilehurst
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More details - Tilehurst Horticultural Association Talk - Heritage Vegetables by Lou Nicholls
Lou trained at Garden Organic and has a deep passion for working in tune with nature. She ran the vegetable garden at Sissinghurst Castle, then progressed to Assistant Head Gardener at Hole Park.
Tilehurst Village Hall, Victoria Road, Tilehurst
Thu 29 Mar

More details - READING'S Mum2mum market - Children and baby, nearly new sale - WHITLEY
Mum2mum market, children & baby nearly new sales where you can buy top quality, preloved goods at our award winning pop up indoor market. Mum2mum market returns to South Reading Leisure Centre, RG2 8DF on 21st April, 3 – 5 PM.
South Reading Leisure Centre
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Try Canal Boating for Free
On Sunday 15 April 2018, Drifters Waterway Holidays and the Canal & River Trust are offering people the chance to try canal boating for free at 20 locations across England and Wales, including the Kennet & Avon Canal at Aldermaston.
ABC Boat Hire, Aldermaston Wharf, Padworth, Near Reading
Sun 15 Apr

More details - FUSION
An ensemble of artists working with sound, who eschew traditional artistic mediums. Fusion is an immersive auditory experience tinged with chaos, and includes performances, installations and videos bringing a vibrant range of new commissions and existing work to Reading.
The Rising Sun Arts Centre, 30 Silver Street, Reading

More details - Reading Farmers' Market
A friendly twice monthly market, showcasing fantastic local food and drink, directly from the producers. You’ll find fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables, high welfare meat, fish and eggs, delicious baked goods, cheese, fudge and more. Come and have a chat and discover the stories behind the products.
Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading
Sat 7 Apr, Sat 21 Apr, Sat 5 May

More details - Jazz in Reading | Chris Laurence Quartet
Chris Laurence Quartet Chris Laurence double bass Frank Ricotti vibraphone John Parricelli guitar Martin France drums ‘These four players, every one a star, are at their absolute peak,’ enthused Brian Blain, following a performance in early 2017, ‘… you could be listening to a beautifully recorded album.
Progress Theatre, The Mount, Christchurch Road
Thu 29 Mar

More details - Adoption Information Event
PACT information events are informal opportunities to find out about PACT (an outstanding voluntary adoption agency) and the adoption process. You will also hear from one of our adopters about their experience and you will be able to speak with one of our senior social workers and ask any questions you may have.
7 Southern Court, South Street, Reading, Berkshire
Tue 27 Mar

More details - Adoption Q&A Event
Our PACT Q&A events are informal opportunities to ask questions about adoption to a diverse panel of adopters over light refreshments. You will also be able to find out more about the adoption process.
7 Southern Court, South Street, Reading, Berkshire
Sat 21 Apr

More details - The Wasteland Experience
After terrifying the life out of audiences for six years with the ’Zombie Shopping Mall Experience’, the the undead threat has finally been purged, but following the nuclear annihilation of the UK, something even more horrific has emerged!
Garrard Street, Reading
Sat 31 Mar, Fri 6 Apr to Sun 8 Apr, Fri 13 Apr to Sun 15 Apr, Fri 20 Apr to Sun 22 Apr, Fri 27 Apr to Sun 29 Apr, Fri 4 May to Sun 6 May, Fri 11 May to Sun 13 May, Fri 18 May to Sun 20 May, Fri 25 May to Sun 27 May

More details - Contemporary Art Fairs - Reading
Are you searching for that original piece of art that lets you create a unique look at home or in the office? Art lovers can meet artists at Contemporary Art Fairs, to browse, to talk, to admire and to buy. With artwork from £40 to £4,000, and workshops and live demonstrations from leading artists and galleries.
Rivermead Leisure Complex, Richfield Ave, Reading
Sat 21 Apr and Sun 22 Apr

More details - From The Jam
From The Jam. Artists performing: From The Jam.: Tickets avaiable.
Sub 89, Reading
Thu 29 Mar

More details - Southcote Manor-its history and its significance during the Civil War - a talk by Mike Cooper
Mike has had a lifelong interest in history, especially military and local history. Following a history degree, he worked as a librarian, with both Reading University and Reading Library.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Wed 11 Apr

More details - Getting started with DNA - a talk by Debbie Kennett
Debbie Kennett is an internationally recognised expert, speaker and writer on genetic genealogy. DNA testing is now all the rage but what can you really learn from a DNA test? This talk provides an introduction to the use of DNA testing as a tool for family history research.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Sat 14 Apr

More details - Workshop: Census records for Family Historians
Tutor: Tony Roberts This workshop explores the origins and context of census, the formats of 19th and 20th century data, and how to get the best out census documents.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Sat 21 Apr

More details - Handel's Messiah
Wokingham Choral Society present a complete performance of Handel’s well known masterpiece, with a pre-concert talk by Dr Katie Bank at 6.30pm.
The Great Hall, University of Reading London Road Campus

More details - Verdi Requiem concert
South Chiltern Choral Society is delighted to be joining forces with the Parenthesis Choir, professional soloists and the Reading Symphony Orchestra to perform Verdi’s Requiem at the Concert Hall, Reading Town Hall on Saturday 24 March 7.30pm.
Concert Hall, Reading Town Hall, Blagrave Street,Reading

More details - A Shining Light: 300 years of choral music crossing continents united in song
Reading Festival Chorus, under the direction of guest music director Andrew Haase, and accompanied by Simon Dinsdale on the Organ, offers in this concert a rich selection of familiar choral classics from Europe together with vibrant favourites from the modern American choral repertoire.
Wesley Church, Queen’s Road, Reading