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-An Incident At The Border by Kieran Lynn-
Presented by Colour of Fruit Productions
Venue: South Street
Dates: Tue 21, Wed 22, Tue 28 & Wed 29 April, 7.45pm
-Off the Block #4-
presented by Reading Between the Lines Theatre Company
Dates: Friday 1 May, 7.30pm
-Megan Henwood + Support-
BBC Award winning songwriter tours with her new album 'Head Heart Hand'
Dates: Saturday 2 May, doors 7pm
-Rhum & Clay present A Strange Wild Song-
Second World War drama presented in association with house
Dates: Tuesday 5 May, 8pm
-Liam Williams: Capitalism-
Edinburgh Comedy Award nominated show.
Dates: Wednesday 6 May, 8pm
A free open air theatre show for families set in a bus stop, Market Place, Reading.
Dates: Saturday 9 May, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 4.30pm; Sunday 10 May 11.30am, 1pm & 3pm
-The Ted Bundy Project by Greg Wohead-
A return to South Street for the maker of 'Hurtling' & 'The Many Apologies of Pecos Bill'
Dates: Thursday 14 May, 8pm
-Poets' Cafe - Joe Duggan-
Monthly poetry night hosted by A F Harrold
Dates: Friday 15 May, doors 8pm
-Scoundrels Comedy Club - May-
Rob Deering + more
Dates: Friday 15 May, 8pm
-Robert Newman's Entirely Accurate A-Z of Philosophy-
Follow up to the acclaimed 'Robert Newman's New Theory of Evolution'.
Dates: Saturday 16 May, 8pm
-YORKSTON / THORNE / KHAN + support from Laura Moody-
International collaboration between Scottish folkie James Yorkston, Bassist Jon Thorne & Indian sarangi player Suhail Yusuf Khan
Dates: Wednesday 20 May, 8pm
-Thirdsday Blues - Giles Hedley and the Aviators-
Monthly Blues Night.
Dates: Thursday 21 May, doors 8pm
-Eric Chenaux + support-
Acclaimed Canadian guitarist and singer-songwriter
Dates: Saturday 23 May, doors 8pm
-Paul Foot: Hovercraft Symphony in Gammon #Major-
Dates: Thursday 28 May, 8pm
-Whole Lotta Led-
A tribute to Led Zeppelin
Dates: Friday 29 May, doors 7.30pm
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