Get Out! Ents new this week...
Published 8 Mar 2012 09:30 0 Comments
HOBFEST will rock up to The Hobgoblin, in Maidenhead, for its third year in September and it's set to be the biggest and best yet.
Showcasing the best in Berkshire rock and alternative musical talent, previous years have seen emerging talents including Tiger Lily and The Royal Cartel storm the stage.
For your chance to perform at this musical feast, email organiser Matt Delahoussaye via firstname.lastname@example.org for a slot at the auditions on Saturday, March 31, and join an ever-burgeoning line-up of hopefuls including Just Add Monsters, Me And The Empire and Devolver.
IN its 51st year, Bracknell Choral Society is inviting music lovers to tune into their classical concert.
The society is set to wow the audience with their rendition of Brahms: Academic Festival Overture And German Requiem with The Senesino Players Orchestra on Saturday, March 24, at 7.30pm, at Reading Concert Hall
READING University Singer Songwriters has confirmed the town's folk favourite Ben Marwood for a must-see gig.
Ben has recieved increasing notoriety since releasing his debut album Outside There's A Curse - scoring 4/5 in Kerrang! - as well as supporting Frank Turner on tour. Taking a break from writing for his 2012 album, he will perform on Saturday, March 17 at South Street Arts Centre.Tickets are a bargain at £2.
IF laughter's your thing, then head on down to an OiOi comedy night.
Everyone is invited to get up and perform or just go along for a laugh - and if this night tickles your fancy, comedy lovers can look forward to seeing a regular stand up slot, so get along and show your support for the free gig from 8.30pm at Richings Oark Sports And Social Club, in Iver.
VISITORS to South Hill Park can look forward to some exciting offerings this month.
The first serving brings the glitz of Broadway to the bright lights of Bracknell with The Best Of Broadway. The show will be performed by female singing trio Belle Voix, classically trained pop-opera starlets with a love for musical theatre, who will sing a fabulous repertoire of songs from Chorus Line to Cabaret. Tickets are £10 for the 2.30pm show.
Next in line is family-favourite Little Bo Peep, brought to life by touring theatre company Sea Legs Puppet Theatre in celebration of their 10th anniversary.
Suitable for the very little ones and the young at heart, this respected group will be on stage at 11am and 3pm.Tickets are £10.
Get tickets for either show, on Sunday March 18, by visiting www.southhillpark.org.uk or call 01344 484123.
FEED your soul with smooth grooves and support the Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust Brains Unite Fund at a dance night.
In memory of Jim McVey John Norman and Pam Brown, who died last year, the fundraiser will take place at Penta Hotel on Saturday at 8pm. There will be an auction, raffle and tunes from a selection of DJs. Tickets are £10 by calling Julie on 07846 020431 or emailing email@example.com