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Reading Festival Chorus presents: “A Sprig of Thyme”, music for a summer evening.

Music will include songs by Britten, Rutter (arrangements of traditional folk songs), Holst, Vaughan Williams, and more. Soloists are Judith Creighton (piano) and Thomas Humphreys (baritone). Falkland Islands Memorial Chapel, Pangbourne, RG8 8LA BYO picnic from 6:00 pm Tickets are £18 (under-18s free) Available in advance from: 0118 947 8081 tickets@readingfestivalchorus.org.uk TicketSource Also available on …

Pangbourne Fete 2024

Events and activities for all the family, charity and commecial stall, food and drink stalls plus all day music.

RNLI Race Night Supper

Come help celebrate and rasie funds for the RNLI 200 year anniversary. The night will include, Horse racing, Tote, buying your own horse, a fun raffle, special prizes. Licensed bar with non alcoholic and soft drinks. Fish ‘n’ Chip Supper. £15 per person (including supper) Tickets from Garlands and local RNLI volunteers

RNLI Lifeboats Autumn Quiz

Fish ‘n’ Chips Supper Prize for the winning team Prize for the best Halloween Costume (not compulsory) Blind Auction / Raffle RNLI Stall including Christmas gifts ideas £15 per person to include Supper Tickets from Garland Shop or call 07786 965573

Duke of Edinburgh Open Evening

Join us at our open evening on Monday 18th September at 7.15pm at Adventure Dolphin to find out more about completing Bronze, Silver and Gold D of E with us.

Musical Mystery Tour, When We’re 65

The Thames Valley Singers present their 65th anniversary celebration concert Musical Mystery Tour, When We’re 65. Doors open 19.00 for 19.30 start Tickets: £10 (under 16s, £5) on sale from Monday 29th May 2023 Box Office: 0118 942 4372 or email: tickets@thamesvalesingers.org.uk

Oedipus The King – The 2023 Bradfield Greek Play

Sophocles’ play, first performed in 429BC, follows Oedipus’ discovery of a dark family secret that threatens not only to destroy the city but the King himself. After considerable discussion with staff and pupils, it has been decided that the 2023 production will, for the first time, be a hybrid of both classical Greek and modern …

Oedipus The King – The 2023 Bradfield Greek Play

Oedipus The King – The 2023 Bradfield Greek Play Today only two performances, 15.00 and 20.00 Sophocles’ play, first performed in 429BC, follows Oedipus’ discovery of a dark family secret that threatens not only to destroy the city but the King himself. After considerable discussion with staff and pupils, it has been decided that the …