What's On?


10th December

compiled by
Newbury & District
Arts Association

  11 December

Book Signing


A free event at which you can meet authors, buy signed books and enjoy the lovely warm welcome of a traditional country pub. We are also looking for authors to take part - if that's you, please contact Tim at the Red House.

West Berkshire Heritage

  15 December

Three Rivers Community Choir

doors open 6:30pm

Join the Three Rivers Community Choir for a festive evening of carols and readings. Revel in the beautiful sounds of Christmas as the choir treats you to a programme of Christmas songs, prose and poetry, then join the singers in some traditional carols.  A local choir of over 60 members, Three Rivers Community Choir brings warmth and fun to all their programmes.

£6 (£5 with a WBC card), 16 and under £3 (2.50 with a WBC card).

West Berkshire Museum

  16 December

Christmas table arrangement


to 1pm

We all enjoy decorating our home for Christmas, come and create your own Christmas arrangement with candles. All materials provided, but feel free to bring your own personal decorations.

£25, to book a place on these workshops please call.


  16 December

Dinner & Song with Sophy


Enjoy our 3-course Christmas menu, coffee and truffles,  and a night of song with acclaimed local singer Sophy.

Sophy's special Christmas playlist includes all the classics,from Fairy Tale of New York to Santa Baby, plus a range of carefully selected songs, from Fleetwood Mac to Ed Sheeran, as well as her own compositions.

Advance booking for this one-off event is essential.



Continuing this week


  30 Nov - 10 Dec



Unexpectedly fascinating and funny, John Hodge's blistering play depicts a lethal game of cat and mouse through which the appalling compromises and humiliations inflicted on any artist by those with power are held up to scrutiny.

Killing my enemies is easy.  The challenge is to control their minds.  And I think I controlled yours pretty well.  In years to come, I'll be able to say; "Bulgakov"  Yeah, we even trained him. He gave up.  He saw the light.  We broke him, we can break anybody.  It's man versus monster, Mikhail, and the monster always wins.

New Era Players

  5 Nov - 28 Jan

Personal Reflections


Part of the Art in the Foyer series of exhibitions. Free Entry.

is supported by:
West Berkshire District Council