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More details - Pangbourne Twinning Association French Film Nights presents 'Mademoiselle Chambon'
Mademoiselle Chambon (2009) A film co-written and directed by Stéphanie Brizé. Winner of best adapted screenplay at the 2010 César Awards, this is a meticulously crafted romantic drama about the unexpected romance between a married man, Jean, and his son’s school teacher, Véronique Chambon.
Pangbourne Village Hall, Pangbourne
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More details - The Boutique Room
The Boutique Room is a monthly event. It is held at the Pangbourne Village Hall every 1st Saturday of every month from 10am - 3pm. There is a complete range of ’Off the Rails’ clothing on one side of the hall - lovely, unusual ladies’ clothes by Jenny Gill.
Pangbourne Village Hall, Station Road, Pangbourne
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Pangbourne Twinning Association French Film Nights presents 'L'Avenir (Things to Come)'
L’Avenir (Things to Come) (2015) A film by Mia Hansen-Løve, winner of best director at the Berlin International Film Festival. Nathalie (Isabelle Huppert) is a philosophy teacher at a Paris high school and divides her remaining time between her family, former students and her eccentric mother.
Pangbourne Village Hall, Pangbourne
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Basildon Park - At Home with Art - Treasures of the Ford Collection
A new exhibition of inspiring artworks in the South Pavilion. Booking Not Needed.
Basildon Park, Lower Basildon, Reading,
Today to Wed 28 Feb

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
Fri 23 Mar and Sat 24 Mar
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More details - Sounds of the 60s
Sounds of the 60’s night at GVH - Saturday 30th July 8pm The music of The Beatles, The Kinks, Elvis Presley, The Rolling Stones, The Who and others. Licensed Bar and raffle. Tickets £12 from Inspiration or Bill on 01491 875758 All proceeds in aid of GVHimprovement project
Goring Village Hall High Street Goring-on-Thames
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Gardening Show
Goring Village Greenfingers’ very popular Spring Show is on Saturday, March 24th, from 2 – 4 pm. See Spring flowers, vegetables, cookery and crafts. Entry is free and open to non-members, including children. Teas, cakes and tombola promise to make the afternoon an enjoyable one for everyone.
Goring Village Hall, Goring
Sat 24 Mar

More details - VILLAGE GREENFINGERS Gardening  Club Spring Show,
spring flower show,veg,tombola,teas & Cakes 2-4 pm
VILLAGE HALL,GORING ON THAMES,Oxon
Sat 24 Mar

More details - Paul Sinha
With: Shout Out To My Ex, The star of The Chase continues his critically accliamed tour, , .
The Morrell Room Church Lane, Streatley,
Thu 8 Mar

More details - Goring Chamber Choir pre-concert tour performance
Goring Chamber Choir will be giving a pre-concert tour performance in St Mary’s on Sunday March 25th at 3pm. see their own website at goringchamberchoir.org.uk for further details
St Mary’s Church, Streatley on Thames
Sun 25 Mar

More details - Baby & Children's Market - Tilehurst
Over 30 sellers (Mums & Dads) selling excellent quality nearly new and new baby & children’s items from birth to 8 years all under one roof! GREAT BRANDS selling at bargain prices. Join us for a fun afternoon of bargains galore!
Meadway Sports Centre, Conwy Close, Tilehurst
Sun 18 Mar

More details - Internet Safety Workshop
The internet is always changing, and being able to keep up to date with your children’s use of technology can be a challenge. To help parents navigate the world of social media Arlington Business Park, Theale will be welcoming a team from Childnet to host a free workshop on Tuesday 13th March.
Arlington Business Park Theale
Tue 13 Mar

More details - Reading'smum2mum market _ children & baby nearly new sale
MUM2MUM MARKET RETURNS TO TILEHURST! 3rd March, 1 – 3 PM at Prospect School, Tilehurst, Reading, RG30 4EX Award winning nearly new sales of all things children, baby and maternity - from books to buggies, cots to clothes and everything in between. Expecting your first or expanding your family?
Prospect School Tilehurst
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Easter Market
Easter Fayre with many stalls including cakes, crafts, raffle, tombola, toys, Easter Egg Hunt, Bric-A-Brac, books, jigsaw puzzles, charity stalls, plus tea, coffee, hot cross buns and ploughman’s lunches. Limited number of stalls available at £10 per table. All stalls must be pre-booked.
Grange United Reformed Church, Southcote Lane, Reading
Sat 10 Mar

More details - Reading Farmers' Market
A friendly, twice-a-month event, showcasing fantastic local food and drink, directly from the producers, including bakers, brewers and fudge-makers as well as farmers. Come and have a chat and discover the stories behind the products.
Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Aldworth Art & Crafts Group
Two friendly and supportive art and craft groups meet in Aldworth village hall (RG8 9SE). A CRAFT group meets on 2nd and 4th Monday mornings from 10 a.m. to 12 noon. An ART group meets on 1st and 3rd Tuesdays from 9.30 a.m. to 11.30 p.m.. Sessions cost just £2.
Aldworth village hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth West Berkshire
Mon 26 Feb, Tue 6 Mar, Mon 12 Mar, Tue 20 Mar, Mon 26 Mar, Mon 9 Apr

More details - Aldworth Village Market 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon SATURDAYS RG8 9SE
Aldworth’s WEEKLY community-run village market is in our NEW village hall. Lots of fresh and local produce with locally grown plants & cut flowers in season, homemade cakes, preserves and occasional crafts plus a warm and friendly welcome and refreshments. "Traidcraft" (Fairtrade) groceries always in stock.
Aldworth village hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth, West Berkshire
Sat 3 Mar, Sat 10 Mar, Sat 17 Mar, Sat 24 Mar, Sat 31 Mar, Sat 7 Apr

More details - Fairtrade Market and Charity morning
Free Fairtrade refreshments at Aldworth’s community-run market from 9.30 a.m. to 12 noon. CHARITY stall in aid of The Alexander Devine Children’s Hospice Service. Family friendly. Children’s playground next to hall.
Aldworth village hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth West Berkshire
Sat 3 Mar

More details - Irish Music at Aldworth on St Patrick's Day
Enjoy some Irish fiddle music at Aldworth’s community-run Saturday Market from 10.45 a.m.. Do some LOCAL shopping and chat with friends. Enjoy a bacon roll and hot drink of choice for £1.00 only. Fresh produce, plants, flowers, preserves, cakes, eggs, Fairtrade and other groceries, sweets etc. all on sale.
Aldworth village hall, Bell Lane, Aldworth West Berkshire
Sat 17 Mar

More details - Dreadzone
Dreadzone. Artists performing: Dreadzone.: Tickets avaiable.
Sub 89, Reading
Fri 2 Mar

More details - Gloria!
On Saturday 3rd March 2018 Reading Phoenix Choir will host their 49th Annual Concert, the highlight of their concert season and a precursor to celebrations for their 50th year. This year’s Annual Concert ‘Gloria!
Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading
Sat 3 Mar

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
Sat 24 Mar

More details - 80's... Best Years of our Lives  (Musical) - ONE NIGHT ONLY
Following the success of 80’s .. Best Years of our Lives, - the story of the lives and loves of 2 women growing up in the 80’s, but is all as it seems. featuring 20 classic 80’s hits. We have been approached to put this on for one night only at a different venue.
SHOWBAR Grosvenor Casino (Reading South) Rose Kiln Lane , Reading
Wed 28 Feb

More details - Talk with tea and cake - Mapledurham Mill by Cory Starling
Cory Starling is the miller at Mapledurham Mill, the last commercially operated mill on the River Thames. A mill has existed on the site for over a thousand years and is referred to in Domesday. The mill is part of the two and a half thousand acre Mapledurham estate which has been in the same family since 1492.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Wed 28 Feb

More details - Talk with tea and cake - "Greenham Common over the years" with Penny Stokes
To many people the name ’Greenham Common’ conjures up an image of women-only peace camps, protests against cruise missiles and conflict with the police, but behind this lies a much longer and more varied history.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Wed 14 Mar