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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 5 May, Sat 2 Jun

More details - Pop Up Play Village - Children's role play village! Special Superhero play session!
Pop Up Play Village is for role play fans! This event is a superhero themed play session! There will be a superhero toy shop, lots of superhero dressing up and a free art studio craft to make a superhero mask! There will also be our construction site, café, baby nursery and hospital!
Purley Memorial Hall, Glebe Road, Purley On Thames, Reading
Sat 28 Apr

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 Sun 29 Apr

More details - Basildon Park - Guided parkland walks at Basildon Park
Find out more about the parkland that surrounds Basildon Park mansion from our knowledgaeable team of volunteers and rangers a they take you on a guided walk of the park. Join our volunteers and rangers for a walk around Basildon Park.
Basildon Park, Lower Basildon, Reading,
Today

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,
Mon 30 Apr to Thu 31 May

More details - Basildon Park - Guided parkland walks at Basildon Park
Find out more about the parkland that surrounds Basildon Park mansion from our knowledgaeable team of volunteers and rangers a they take you on a guided walk of the park. Join our volunteers and rangers for a walk around Basildon Park.
Basildon Park, Lower Basildon, Reading,
Fri 4 May, Fri 11 May, Fri 18 May, Fri 25 May

More details - Musical Banquet with Afternoon Tea
Early English and European music performed on period instruments, interspersed with humorous anecdotes and followed by tea and cake.
St Bartholomews Church, Lower Basildon
Sun 13 May

More details - May Fair
Our annual May Fair see a large selection of stalls available for you to browse. There will be a craft market, fun and games and plenty of plants for you to buy.
St Mary Magdalen Church Hall Kentwood Hill, Tilehurst, Reading
Sat 12 May

More details - The Face of the Waters
With our watery theme, we will be exploring songs and music about clouds, rain, streams, rivers and the sea - ending with some rousing sea shanties and the Henry Wood Fantasia of British Sea Songs (like the Last Night of the Proms) !
Tilehurst Methodist Church
Sat 19 May

Shakespeare In Hollywood- Goring Gap Players More details - Shakespeare In Hollywood- Goring Gap Players
It’s 1934, and Shakespeare’s most famous fairies, Oberon and Puck, have magically materialised on the Warner Bros. Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Goring Village Hall, Goring-On-Thames
Today and Sat 28 Apr
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More details - Millbrook Ensemble Concert at St Mary's Church Streatley on Thames
The Millbrook Ensemble will be giving a concert in St Mary’s Church Streatley on Thames at 19:30 on Saturday May 12th.
St Mary’s Church, Streatley on Thames
Sat 12 May

More details - Festival ExtrA!; Watermill Theatre on the Road BURKE AND HARE - Gap Festival
A new version by Tom Wentworth Originally created by Jenny Wren Productions 1828, Edinburgh. Two Williams, William Burke and William Hare, discover a money making scheme far more lucrative than hosting lodgers. The first rule of business? Supply and demand.
Morrell Room, Streatley
Thu 24 May

More details - Reading's Mum2mum market - Children and baby, nearly new sale - Tilehurst
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 Prospect School, Tilehurst on the 19th May, 1 - 3 PM.
Prospect school, (Honey End Lane Entrance), Tilehurst
Sat 19 May

More details - Bluebell Sunday
The south Oxfordshire village of Checkendon is surrounded by beech woodlands which produce breathtaking carpets of bluebells and provide some amazing walks amongst the flowers and the rhododendrons.
Checkendon Village Hall, Main Street, Checkendon
Sun 29 Apr

More details - Presentation of Damanhur, a Spiritual Eco-community in Italy
Join us for a FREE evening talk about Damanhur, a "laboratory for the future of humankind" and a model for a sustainable society as recognised by the United Nations Global Forum on Human Settlements. Possibility to join us for a community dinner at Braziers Park before the presentation.
Braziers Park
Fri 25 May

More details - Berkshire Tortoise Club Open day
Berkshire Tortoise Club is holding its annual open day on the 12th May. There will be live tortoises to see and some for sale (pending approval) Game’s for the children. Face painting. Sand Art. Guess the name and weight. Raffle and tombola. BBQ and refreshments. Cake stall.
St Barnabas church hall St Barnabas Road. Emmer Green. Caversham
Sat 12 May

More details - Beth Hart
Beth Hart. Artists performing: Beth Hart.: Tickets avaiable.
Reading Hexagon, Reading
Mon 30 Apr

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.
Cattle Market, Great Knollys Street, Reading
Sat 5 May, Sat 19 May, Sat 2 Jun

More details - Island Sailing Club Open Day
COME AND TRY SAILING Looking for a new hobby or sport that involves exercise, fresh air and a touch of adventure? The Island Sailing Club (Reading) invite you to come and try sailing, at their Open day on Sunday 29th April.
ISLAND SAILING CLUB, SEARLES FARM LANE, PINGEWOD, NEAR READING
Sun 29 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 28 Apr, Sat 5 May, Sat 12 May, Sat 19 May, Sat 26 May, Sat 2 Jun, Sat 9 Jun, Sat 16 Jun, Sat 23 Jun

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
Today 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 - Caversham Arts Trail 2018
Caversham Arts Trail 2018 is an independent event taking place over two weekends in May across 17 venues in Caversham at the homes and studios of local artists and makers. For more information please see our website: www.cavershamartstrail.co.uk
Multiple Venues across Caversham
Sat 12 May, Sun 13 May, Fri 18 May to Sun 20 May

More details - A Shot In The Saddle - A Murder Mystery Treasure Hunt
Saturday 28th April, Saturday 5th May & Saturday 12th May. Running at 12pm and 3pm. Tickets £20 from www.ashotinthesaddle.
Queens Walk Plaza, Queens Walk, Reading
Sat 28 Apr, Sat 5 May, Sat 12 May

More details - Artweeks, Abundance of Colour, Open house and Garden in Aldworth
’Abundance of Colour’. Inside find vibrant abstract and figurative paintings in oils, watercolours and mixed media by two different artists, Isobel Pigott and Roberta Tetzner. Outside in the garden are Malcolm West’s figurative sculptures.
Field View Aldworth Reading Berkshire
Sat 19 May, Sun 20 May, Thu 24 May to Mon 28 May

More details - Bach to Baby Family Concerts in Reading
Bach to Baby is the critically acclaimed classical concert series for babies, toddlers and their carers. Tots dance, roam about and revel in the wonder of live music, while you take a moment out of your busy day to hear top notch performances by outstanding musicians, with your young babes in tow.
Reading Minster Chain Street Readgin
Fri 11 May

More details - Walk With Me 2018
Walk With Me is a 26 mile marathon walk which will take place on Sunday 13th May in the beautiful countryside of South Oxfordshire, starting and finishing at Moulsford School, Moulsford-on-Thames. It is organised by a group of local people with the aim of raising funds for charity.
Moulsford School, Moulsford-on-Thames
Sun 13 May

More details - Art of Style
The Oracle, Reading’s leading shopping and leisure destination, will host a brand-new fashion and beauty event, The Art of Style. Combining free beauty makeovers, live pop-up catwalks and fashion sculptures, shoppers will be invited to enjoy the latest trends with an art exhibition twist.
The Oracle, Reading
Today to Sun 29 Apr

More details - Patterns photography exhibition
Location 3 Forbury Place, 23 Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 3JH Dates 9th May – 13th May 2018 PLEASE NOTE: that visitors to this exhibition may also wish to view further images at Abbey Gardens, Abbey Street on Kings Road (RG1 3BA) which is a short walk away.
3 Forbury Place, 23 Forbury Road, Reading
Wed 9 May to Sun 13 May

More details - Henry Marten - a talk by Dr Manfred Brod
Manfred is a local historian specialising in the Thames Valley in the 16th and 17th centuries. He has a doctorate from Oxford University and is the author of two books and numerous papers.
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Wed 9 May

More details - The Place Names of Berkshire - a talk by Dr David Peacock
Dr David Peacock is a former teacher of politics and history at Padworth College, and also gives evening classes on local history at Newbury College and Reading University. He is Chairman of the Newbury Society. What’s in a name?
The Centre for Heritage and Family History, 2nd Floor, Reading Central Library, Abbey Square, Reading
Wed 23 May

More details - Patterns photography exhibition
PLEASE NOTE: that visitors to this exhibition may also wish to view further images at 3 Forbury Place, 23 Forbury Road, Reading (RG1 3JH) which is a short walk away. Further details available at the exhibition venue.
Abbey Gardens Abbey Street Kings Road Reading
Wed 9 May to Sun 13 May

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 22 May

More details - UK Wolf Conservation Trust Visit Wednesday's
Come & see our 10 wolves including Arctic, European/ North Western wolves. Photography platform area overlooking the wolves enclosure & waterfall pond. Guided tours & talks during the day & watch the wolves being fed at 2pm. Ask the experts about wolves & listen to them howling.
UK Wolf Conservation Trust , Butlers Farm, Beenham, Reading
Wed 2 May

More details - UK Wolf Conservation Trust Visit Wednesday's
Come & see our 10 wolves including Arctic, European/ North Western wolves. Photography platform area overlooking the wolves enclosure & waterfall pond. Guided tours & talks during the day & watch the wolves being fed at 2pm. Ask the experts about wolves & listen to them howling.
UK Wolf Conservation Trust, Butlers Farm, Beenham, Reading
Wed 9 May, Wed 16 May, Wed 23 May, Wed 30 May, Wed 6 Jun, Wed 13 Jun, Wed 20 Jun, Wed 27 Jun, Wed 4 Jul

More details - Howl Night
Listen to a talk on wolves and their vocalisations. Learn why they howl followed by a howling session (the wolves just might howl back at you.)You will also get the opportunity to view all ten wolves.
UK Wolf Conservation Trust, Butlers Farm, Beenham, Reading
Fri 25 May, Fri 22 Jun

More details - Jazz in Reading
‘Tubby Hayes - Man In A Hurry’ An evening of live jazz and film dedicated to the late Tubby Hayes Tubby Hayes, multi-instrumental virtuoso, died tragically in 1973, after an action-packed career that saw him rise from local wunderkind to international jazz star.
Block 22, University of Reading London Road Campus entrance via London Road or Accacia Road
Fri 11 May

More details - Green Park Royal Berkshire 10K and Family Races
The Royal Berkshire 10K & Mini Marathons The Green Park Royal Berkshire 10K is a one lap, rural, road-closed route around Pingewood lakes. Starting and finishing by the lake in Green Park, the course is flat with good surfaces and very few twists and turns making it perfect for faster runners looking for a PB.
Longwater Avenue Green Park, Reading
Sun 20 May

More details - The Equality Exhibition
The Equality Exhibition is coming to Reading! This is an informative and inspiring exhibition organised by the UK Equality Council and hosted by Centric Community Projects.
Beacontree Plaza, Gillette Way, Reading, .
Today

More details - Jazz in Reading: The Martin Speake Trio with special guest Ethan Iverson
Fri 27 Apr | Progress Theatre, Reading | 7:30pm | Martin Speake alto saxophone, Ethan Iverson piano, Fred Thomas double bass, James Maddren drums Ethan Iverson, pianist with the game-changing US jazz outfit ‘The Bad Plus’, joins Martin Speake and his trio for an incredible evening of lyrical, subtle and
Progress Theatre, The Mount, off Christchurch Road, Reading
Today

More details - Jazz in Reading
Fri 25 May | Progress Theatre, Reading | 7:30pm | £16.00 (£14.00 concessions) plus maximum 5% booking fee from www.
The Progress Theatre, The Mount, off Christchurch Road, REading
Fri 25 May

More details - Tea Dance
Molly Denton presents an afternoon of dancing for beginners and the experienced Buffet, tea, coffee and cakes....yes, all included Finishing with a fun Sue Chalmers dancercise session. Come on, give the sport and sofa a miss and join us for a Saturday afternoon of fun.
Burghfield Village Hall, Burghfield, Reading
Sat 12 May

More details - Back to Beethoven - APO concert (Beethoven 8, Corolian Overture, 4th Piano Concerto)
Reading’s Aldworth Philharmonic goes back to Beethoven, with a programme of fiery, dramatic music in the sonic splendour of St. Joseph’s College, on Saturday 19th May, at 7.30pm.
St Joseph’s College, Upper Redlands Road, Reading
Sat 19 May

More details - Three Mile Cross bowling Club
Three Mile Cross Bowling Club are holding their annual Open Weekend in May. The club will be open for visitors on the evening of Friday 11th between 6 and 8pm and on the mornings of Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th between 10am and 1pm. Anyone who wishes to have a free go at lawn green bowling is welcome.
Ford’s Forge, Basingstoke Road, Three Mile Cross, Reading
Fri 11 May

More details - Made in Dagenham
Not long now until our next musical at SPT. Made In Dagenham. written by Richard Bean, Rita O’Grady works for the Ford Motor Co plant in Dagenham, Despite performing the specialised task of sewing upholstery for the car seats, women are classified as unskilled labour and paid much less than men.
Shinfield Players Theatre, Whitley Wood Lane, Reading
Today, Sat 28 Apr

More details - Dean Friedman in Concert 2018
Following the success of last year’s concerts, Dean Friedman returns to Shinfield Players Theatre for his 2018 tour.
Shinfield Players Theatre, Whitley Wood Lane, Reading
Sat 12 May

More details - Wallingford Garden Club Meeting 10th May
Wallingford Garden Club will be holding its annual Bill Baker Memorial Lecture on Thursday 10th May at 7:30pm, when Geoff Hawkins has been invited to talk on Shrubs, The Backbone of you Garden.
Ridgeway Community Centre, Wood Street, Wallingford
Thu 10 May

More details - Guided Wallingford History Walks
You can now join a Guided Historic Town Walk on any Saturday morning, from the end-March until the end-September starting from beneath the Town Hall at 11.00am. Walks last 1 - 2 hours and cost £5 per head, as a donation to support Wallingford Museum.
Wallingford Town Hall
Sat 28 Apr, Sat 5 May, Sat 12 May, Sat 19 May, Sat 26 May, Sat 2 Jun, Sat 9 Jun, Sat 16 Jun, Sat 23 Jun

More details - Baby and Children's Market - Henley-on-Thames
Date: Sat 28th April Time: 2.00pm - 3.30pm Price per Stall Nearly New Stall: £16 Business Promote/sell Stall: £26 SHOP WITH US and SAVE A FORTUNE!
Shiplake Memorial Hall, Memorial Avenue, Shiplake Cross, Henley-on-Thames
Sat 28 Apr

More details - 'Treasures with Tales'
Wallingford Museum’s latest exhibition is creating great interest with its ’Treasures with Tales’ exhibition. Residents from Wallingford and the surrounding villages have loaned the museum a wide variety of fascinating objects, each with its own special significance - from exotic to fun to poignant!
Wallingford Museum, Flint House, 52 High Street, Wallingford
Today, Sat 28 Apr, Tue 1 May to Sat 5 May, Mon 7 May to Sat 12 May, Tue 15 May to Sat 19 May, Tue 22 May to Sat 26 May, Mon 28 May to Sun 3 Jun, Tue 5 Jun to Sun 10 Jun, Tue 12 Jun to Sun 17 Jun, Tue 19 Jun to Sun 24 Jun

More details - Wallingford Garden Plant Sale
Wallingford Garden Club invites you to our annual plant sale of Annual, Vegetables, Herbs and other plants ready for your garden.
Market Place, Wallingford
Sat 12 May