Reading Oscar Wilde in Reading prison: Shocking, haunting and exceptionally sad
The place where Oscar Wilde was incarcerated is being opened up to the public as part of a series of performances by Artangel
Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense to close on 20 September
By Editorial Staff
The Olivier Award-winning comedy embarks on a UK tour next month
By Chris Snow
Proof follows the story of Catherine, the daughter of a mathematical genius, who has been caring for her ill father for several years.
Enchanted April (Mill at Sonning Theatre)
By Angie Johnson
Elizabeth von Armin's post-WWI novel is brought to life in this "charming" new version at the Mill st Sonning Theatre
Get reading: Six novels that have been adapted for the stage
By Ben Hewis
If one of your new year's resolutions was to read more, then this list may be just what you're looking for
The Nativity Play Goes Wrong (Reading)
By Katherine Graham
The Nativity Play Goes Wrong is the latest offering from Reading Rep. As the suggested by the title, the whole premise is that your bog-standard nativity play is turned on its head by an inept theatre company.