Blood and Ice comes to the Progress Theatre this week, and it is definitely worth a watch!Read More »
“What the Dickens?” Scrooge shouted before she met the first of the three spirits. And honestly, same.Read More »
I’ll begin with a potentially controversial statement: Reading is boring. A drab, redbrick residential, middle-class commuter town. Nice train station. Good shopping. That’s about it. On the surface. But something’s bubbling up underneath.
Do you ever find yourself sitting around in Park Bar, like every other night, bored of basic MNQ and Union nights, craving something… more? Sure, there’s stuff going on, there are always nights out, but what Reading needs is a proper, tangible music scene.» >Read More »
“Even if we blow each other to pieces, the birds keep on singing.”Read More »
Get ready to be green! Green week is coming to campus from the 14th to the 16th of November, so prepare for a week of environment saving fun!Read More »
The truth spoken in Katori Hall’s The Mountaintop is as relevant now, if not more so, as it was when it first premiered nearly ten years ago. The play is a fictional adaptation of Dr Martin Luther King Jr’s final night on earth, before his assassination on 4th April 1968.Read More »
In the past, whether because it’s too expensive, fails to live up to the easy access of Netflix or it’s just plain too much effort, theatre has tended not to be on the typical list of activities for a student night out, but it seems like all that might be about to change.Read More »