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Alice Cairns

Berkshire is saturated with fun-packed summer camps and courses, perfect for boosting the confidence of even the most reclusive child. Walk a tightrope, try zorbing, learn to code: the choice is yours more

Kids/Schools

Who doesn’t love bread? Alice Cairns chooses the very best local bakeries more

Food

Alice Cairns meets the man charged with upholding an ancient Thames tradition more

Interviews

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Richard Davenport/The Other Richard

4.5 STARS, March 7-10. A musical about how theatre can make magic out of nothing doesn’t disappoint more

Theatre/Arts

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Matt Austin

4 STARS, Feb 28 – March 3. A fun-packed and inventive production which lampoons theatrical clichés, says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

2 STARS, Feb 16-17. This confused production turns a cracking Gothic story into a hammy melodrama more

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4 STARS, Jan 31 – Feb 3. A sparkling cast do a great job with Wilde’s over familiar classic, says Alice Cairns more

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5 STARS, Jan 30 – Feb 3. This musical about the comeback King of Rock and Roll could change the mind of even the most cold-hearted Elvis sceptic, says Alice Cairns more

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3 STARS, November 28 – December 2. Some great performances and a lovely set can’t fully redeem a thin and silly script, says Alice Cairns more

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5 STARS, November 1-4. Alice Cairns enjoys a joyful, imaginative production that buzzes with creative energy more

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4 STARS, October 28 – November 4. "This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England" more

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4 STARS, October 1-7. An ambiguous, spooky treat with standout performances from its young stars, says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, September 16-23. We are not wholly bad or good/Who live our lives under Milk Wood... more

Theatre/Arts

4 STARS, July 17-22. An enjoyable Tempest in a beautiful setting – just remember your umbrella! more

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5 STARS, June 20-24. A farcical romp through marriage, adultery, mistaken identity and salubrious silliness, Don't Dress for Dinner is well worth the price of admission says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

3.5 STARS, June 13-17. Performance Preparation Academy gives us an exuberant and colourful Pirates of Penzance, says Alice Cairns more

Theatre/Arts

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4 STARS, May 25-27. Sasha Regan’s innovative all-male production transplants The Mikado to a 1950s campsite overrun by excitable schoolboys more

Theatre/Arts

5 STARS, showing until July 22. This Twelfth Night is exuberant, witty and bursting with energy, says Alice Cairns more

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4 STARS, May 17-20. Strictly Murder is a play that’s poised on a knife-edge, says Alice Cairns more

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4 STARS, May 1-6. “A man wearing a straightjacket can only be one of two things – a failed escapologist, or a madman.” more

Theatre/Arts

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