Binge out on art this summer

Art lovers on Katesgrove Hill can leave their cars at home if they want to binge on culture this summer. The local highlight is the Whiteknights studio trail on 10-11 June. Reading University is also hosting several exhibitions over the next few months including the Reading Guild of Artists show on 15-25 June.

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Kendrick Road gas main replacement to cause traffic disruption all summer

SGN’s roadworks on Christchurch Road have caused significant traffic disruption along Silver Street, Whitley Street, Kendrick Road, Christchurch Road and Basingstoke Road this week. These works will continue all summer and are likely to cause further problems in the area.

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Marina, pub and hotel proposed near Waterloo Meadows

Reading Borough Council (RBC) have proposed to enter into a development agreement with H20 Urban and the Canal and River Trust to build a 100 berth marina, hotel and pub on the A33 side of the Kennet opposite Waterloo Meadows, according to the Katesgrove Labour group.

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Birds and swastikas at the Progress Theatre

The Progress Theatre’s Premieres comprises two one-act plays by local writers. The Writer Bird by Emily Goode is a comic, absurdist description of the creative process and The Swastika Party by Paul Levy is a more conventional story about how four young women deal with war and hatred.

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