November 2019

The Modfathers – A Tribute to the music of Paul Weller

  • November 1, 2019
  • 8:00 pm
  • Emmbrook Sports & Social Club

Introducing ‘The Modfathers’ the UK’s Favourite & most Authentic Paul Weller Tribute. Relive ‘The Jam’ years, the mellow tones of ‘The Style Council’ and the classic hit’s of Weller’s solo career. The Modfathers’ make you feel you are at the ultimate Paul Weller concert, where the classic hits just keep coming one after the other. […]

ELO Encounters

  • November 15, 2019
  • 8:00 pm
  • The Whitty Theatre

Roll over Beethoven, because the greatest tribute to Jeff Lynne’s Electric Light Orchestra is here! In an all live show featuring soaring strings, striking vocal harmonies and playing all the much-loved songs from ELO’s hit-filled library including Evil Woman, Telephone Line and Don’t Bring Me Down. The ELO Encounter promises a night filled with rock, […]

Wokingham Choral Society Autumn Concert

  • November 16, 2019
  • 7:30 pm
  • Great Hall, University of Reading

Wokingham Choral Society Autumn Concert presents Haydn: The Creation: Conductor: James Morley Potter. Ticket prices: £15   (£5 for students and under 18s) £16 online + £1.10 booking fee (Booking fee is 0.35p for students and under 18s)  Book Tickets Tickets can also be purchased @ Information Centre, Town Hall, Wokingham or Newbury Building Society, Wokingham […]

Wokingham Winter Carnival

  • November 24, 2019
  • 11:00 am
  • Wokingham Town Centre

The Wokingham Winter Carnival is fast approaching! Attractions for the day include fun fair rides, food, craft and charity stalls, non-stop FREE entertainment including a magic show, Punch & Judy, comedy jugglers, clowns and other special entertainers. Always a great day out for everyone .Santa’s Grotto is in the warmth of the Library from 11am […]

Kast off Kinks

  • November 29, 2019
  • 8:00 pm
  • The Whitty Theatre

The iconic British rock band, The Kinks, are often cited as one of the most important and influential rock bands of all time. Their first hit, You Really Got Me, in 1964, broke new ground with driving power chords and Dave Davies’ distorted guitar sounds, and created a template for many bands to follow in […]