April 2018

Bette and Joan

  • April 4, 2018
  • 7:45 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

A performance not to be missed! Once grande dames of Hollywood, by 1962 arch- rivals Bette Davis and Joan Crawford were in danger of becoming has-beens. Then an opportunity came along: to appear together in a new movie called Whatever Happened To Baby Jane? Bette and Joan depicts the two stars, in adjacent dressing rooms, between […]

March 2018

Ireland Forever – A musical tribute concert for St. Patrick’s Day

  • March 17, 2018
  • 7:30 pm
  • All Saint's Church

This concert from Trinity Concert Band is not to be missed! This prestigious wind band (which recently achieved the top platinum award at the National Concert Band Festival) under the direction of Paul Speed will present a varied programme of wind band music, including of course a selection of favourite Irish melodies including the ever […]

Gordon Giltrap in Concert

  • March 16, 2018
  • 7:45 pm
  • Emmbrook Sports & Social Club

For over five decades, Gordon Giltrap has graced the music business with his dedication to his craft and his affection for his audience. This innovative guitarist is back out on the road performing many of his incredible songs with incredible arrangements in what promises to be an electrifying solo acoustic show. Not to be missed! […]

A Flea In Her Ear

  • March 14, 2018
  • 7:45 pm
  • The Wokingham Theatre

If you are looking for an evening of guaranteed incredulity and hilarity, then look no further! In this wonderful performance you will see Raymonde who suspects her husband Victor Emmanuel of infidelity. She turns on her best friend, Lucien, to help her gain proof. They conceive a play – based on a perfumed letter – to trap him […]

Mustang (15)

  • March 8, 2018
  • 7:30 pm
  • The Whitty Theatre

Deep in rural Turkey, five teenage sisters start to test out their sexuality, like foals taking their tentative first steps on unsteady legs. And the conservative community around them responds with panic, in this terrific, Oscar-nominated first feature. Ticket prices: £4 – £6.50