Louis Willbourne takes a look at Max Roberts’ take on Patrick Marber’s football focused play 'The Red Lion'.Read More »
There is more substance to this musical than simply satire and toilet humourRead More »
The Reading graduate talks about his experience performing on the West EndRead More »
Hilarious, infectious, and an enchanting success, writes Nathalie SiahRead More »
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I comfortably took position in my red velvety chair surrounded by pink ladies (and many others) humming the legendary tunes of this epic musical. As I sat waiting for the show to start with Galaxy Minstrels planted in my hand, I thought to myself, although I’ve seen Grease many times on stage and on the silver screen, there is something about the story that is timeless and puts a lovable energy through my veins.» >Read More »
Everyone knows that London is culture central, with numerous musicals and plays being performed around the city centre on a nightly basis. But what you might not realise is that Reading offers its own share of entertainment. While not quite as large as London, there are a few theatres offering light amusements, away from our studies.
There is a range of music concerts that happen throughout the year. If it’s Jazz music you are after then it’s best to head to either the Global café that has its specific jazz night or the Progress theatre near Shinfield Road.» >Read More »