StrikeUp Theatre acting courses at the Rising Sun from September

StrikeUp education acting classes September 2019
StrikeUp Theatre has moved into the upstairs space at the Rising Sun Arts Centre on Katesgrove’s Silver Street and are offering acting classes for adults from September.

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The Progress Theatre launches two projects for aspiring playwrights

The Progress Theatre will be launching two projects for new writers this autumn. Reading Playwrights is a set of workshops for new playwrights and Scratch Reading is an opportunity for playwrights to see their work staged.

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HARTMANNMUELLER at Reading Fringe

The Fringe team with Simon HARTMANN and Daniel Ernesto MUELLER (third and fourth from left)

As the hottest day of the year so far cooled into the evening, there could have been few better places to be than in the garden of the Museum of English Rural Life (MERL) on Redlands Road waiting for HARTMANNMUELLER‘s performance of In Danger [German title: in noT] to begin. Gradually, conversations in the audience halted as we realised that it had already started – what had we missed?

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First view of ‘The Last Abbot’ at Reading Abbey

‘The Last Abbot’ preview at the Reading Abbey, June 2019. Image (c) Reading between the Lines

The fabulous Reading Between the Lines (RBL) theatre company, led by Dani and Toby Davies, and fresh from their Cultural Award for Henry II, are embarking on another historical drama to further develop the cultural identity of Reading, in collaboration with second year history students. The Last Abbot, penned by prodigious playwright Beth Flintoff, examines the intriguing tale of Hugh Faringdon, the bloodily executed last abbot of our newly re-opened abbey… was he true or treacherous?

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A sneak preview of ‘Silent Generation’ at South Street Arts Centre

By Ruth and John Howard.

Ruth and John Howard enjoyed a sneak preview of StrikeUp Theatre’s debut, Silent Generation, by attending their rehearsal this week. The play opens at South Street Arts Centre with a free community performance today, Thursday 25 April.

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