Saturday August 27, 2016

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The Nigel Price Organ Quartet opens the new season of ‘Jazz in Reading’ at the Progress Theatre, Nigel Price is one of the most highly regarded and in demand guitarists on the UK jazz scene. He plays regularly at Ronnie Scott’s Club in London. He...
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The Progress Theatre, The Mount, Reading, Berkshire RG1 5HL
Fri 2 Sep

In British Malaya, during the Japanese advance on Singapore, a patrol of British Army soldiers are holed up in an abandoned store hut in the jungle. Tension rises after their radio malfunctions and a Japanese soldier stumbles upon them. A gripping...
View more details - “The Long and the Short and the Tall” by Willis Hall
Progress Theatre, The Mount, Off Christchurch Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 5HL
Mon 12 Sep to Sat 17 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Christ Church is a magnificent Victorian Gothic church, designed by Henry Woodyer and consecrated in 1862. Set on a hill to the South of Reading town centre, it commands a prominent position and its spire can be seen for many...
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Christ Church, Christchurch Road, Reading, Berkshire RG2 7AR
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Rising Sun Arts Centre is a Grade II listed building originally designed and built by architect Alfred Waterhouse for his wife as a Temperance House. Some 138 years later it is now used as a vibrant and unique art centre with...
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Rising Sun, 26-30 Silver Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 2ST
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Beautifully restored church thanks to the generosity of English heritage, National Churches Trust, Berkshire Churches Trust, Garfield Foundation, Englefield estate, Marian Brothers and parishioners. Large stained-glass windows...
View more details - Church of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
Watlington Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 4RF
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Small edible roof forest garden developed to demonstrate sustainability and our dependence on plants. All plants in the garden have an economic use for food, clothing, medicine etc. and come from all over the world. Demonstration...
View more details - RISC Edible Roof Garden
35-39 London Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 4PS
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The original St. Giles was built in the twelfth century, to serve a large Parish with a small population in well-wooded country through which the River Kennett flowed. It stood on the main road south, on the Outskirts of the town,...
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St. Giles Church, Southampton Street, Reading, Berkshire RG1 2QP
Sat 10 Sep and Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Step out over the Kennet River in this Victorian Turbine House with great view of the weir originally built by monks from Reading Abbey to view an exhibition of work by 16 local artists on Reading and its Rivers specially curated...
View more details - Reading & Its Rivers @ The Turbine House
The Turbine House, Riverside Museum at Blakes Lock, Off Kenavon Drive, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3EQ
Thu 8 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

17 September - 1 October 2016 All new work. Exciting paintings accompanied by the words of an upcoming young poet. Blake’s Lock: not far from the hustle of central Reading. Along this quiet backwater, five artists and a poet came, saw,...
View more details - Exhibition of new paintings and original poetry - Explore hidden Reading with Artikinesis
Riverside Museum at Blake’s Lock, Gasworks Road (off Kenavon Drive), Reading, Berkshire RG1 3DH
Sat 17 Sep to Sat 1 Oct

Heritage Open Day: The Church is Pugin’s very first church design. The foundation stone was laid in December 1837. Extensions were added in the 20th century. Built in the Norman style it is a rarity among Pugin’s designs. Completed in...
View more details - St James's Church
St. James Church, Forbury Road, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3FD
Fri 9 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: Find out about the Criminal Justice System of England and Wales. There will be mock trials throughout the day where visitors will be able to sit as jurors and decide the defendant’s guilt or innocence. Tours of the cells and a...
View more details - Reading Crown Court
The Court Service, Reading Crown Court, The Old Shire Hall, The Forbury, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3EH
Sat 10 Sep

Let your child’s inner princess/superhero free with a magical ’treasure hunt’ at The Oracle this August. Pick up a passport and craft a dazzling accessory before you start the hunt around the shopping centre to find the hidden...
View more details - Superheroes & Princesses
The Oracle Berkshire RG1 2AG
Wed 31 Aug, Thu 1 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The Watership Brass Band will entertain you from the beautiful Victorian Bandstand with a host of classic tunes. Why not make an afternoon of it and bring along a picnic?
View more details - Forbury Band Concert
The Forbury Gardens, The Forbury, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3BB
Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: The life size sculpture in bronze, of two wounded soldiers in Gallipoli, which depicts the events during which, over some 48 hours, Trooper Potts rescued Trooper Andrews from certain death from in front of the Turkish trenches...
View more details - Trooper Potts VC & Berkshire Yeomanry Memorials
The Forbury Hotel, 26 The Forbury, Reading, Berkshire RG1 3EJ
Fri 9 Sep to Sun 11 Sep

Heritage Open Day: St Laurence Church is an ancient building rich in heritage and yet still in daily use. The church was originally built in 1121 and was extended to its current size in 1196. Never actually part of the Abbey, which was the site of...
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Town Hall Square (off Blagrave Street), Reading, Berkshire RG1 1DA
Sat 10 Sep



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