Get Out! Ents new this week...
Published: 4 May 2012 08:300 comments
BUDDING singers in Woodley need look no further than The Thatcher's Pub, where choirmaster Stu Murphy is running a brand-new choir for anyone keen to sing. The indie-rock choir meets every Monday evening from 8-10pm, and each session costs £5. Just turn up on the night and get involved!
TjHE Watermill Theatre, Newbury will be bringing its touring production of "Love on the Tracks" to the Rose Theatre at St Mary's School, Ascot on Tuesday. The light-hearted and funny play, inspired by short stories of the Russian writer, Anton Chekhov, has been written by Richard Attlee, famous as playing Kenton in Radio 4's The Archers. Attlee will be performing, along with two other accomplished actors. The performance starts at 7.30pm and all tickets are £5. Book by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01344 293605.
MELODIES + Memories is a new night at Milk Bar, Reading, run by DJ Ralph Solly. On the last Sunday of the month, invited promoters, DJ's, musicians and other special guests are invited to play their most influential record or first vinyl album. The rules are strict. No talking, no calls, no texting, no Facebook, no Twitter. The idea is to listen to every song on the album and absorb the music. Ralph says that his aim is to "Keep vinyl alive".
YOU'd better shape up, because Sing-Along-A-Grease is revving it's way to the Theatre Royal, Windsor, on Sunday, May 13 at 7.30pm. The interactive show marks the 40th anniversary of the release of the movie. Tickets are £20 each, book via www.theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk or call the box office on 01753 853 888.
TADLEY Youth Drama will be presenting their newest production, musical Eve And That Snake, at Tadley Methodist Church on Saturday May 12, Friday, May 18 and Saturday, May 19 at 7:30pm. Buy tickets at Helping Hands In Tadley, or visit www.tadleyyouthdrama.co.uk
FAST-RISING bluegrass stars The Toy Hearts are bringing their family sound to Arlington Arts Centre on Saturday. Sisters Hannah and Sophia and dad Stewart hail from Birimingham, and have been playing music together since the girls were tiny. Their close relationship lends itself to the blues, bluegrass, western swing and gypsy jazz, as Sophia and Hannah show a committed love for that 'high lonesome sound', and the band have supported both Imelda May and Robert Plant. Tickets for the gig cost £9 in advance and £11 on the door. Visit www.arlingtonarts.co.uk or call 01635 244246 to book.