South Street Arts Centre
- Telephone 0118 960 6060
- Website www.readingarts.com
There are 33 events at this location
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Alfie Moore: I Predicted A Riot
Serving policeman Alfie shares stories and anecdotes from riots and incidents throughout his career.
Carey Marx & Joe Lycett: Edinburgh Preview
Two top acts from the UK comedy circuit test out material for Edinburgh.
Chris Cox: Fatal Distraction
A blend of fake mind reading, magic and psychology from the TV and radio performer.
The Coal Porters
Contemporary bluegrass from the London-based combo.
Daddy's Drum Club: Workshop (Under 5s)
A rhythm workshop for young children with an interest in drums, singing songs and dancing to the beat.
Resident DJs play post-punk, Goth, electronic, indie pop and industrial.
Steel guitar blues from the 1920s and 30s.Delta Echoes play 1920s and 1930s Delta blues (on original vintage instruments, including a selection of rare National steel guitars) and early string band/jug band music, plus an eclectic mix of Western swing, early Hawaiian music and hokum. Their gigs are a journey back to the…
The Floyd Effect: Pink Floyd Tribute
A musical tribute to the UK's most famous prog-rock band.
Fran McGillivray And Mike Burke, Roger Nunn
Blues-folk from the veteran London-based singer and musician duo.
Fringe Preview Double Bill: Jarred Christmas and Lloyd Langford
A lovely little double bill to get you all fired up for August. Lloyd presents Galoot, his new show about being a bit more reckless, while Jarred Christmas' SNAFU, sees the comedian try to distract you from how dreadful life is.
Fri 19 Jul
£10 / 0118 960 6060
Americana blues songs by the singer-guitarist from London.
Solo show from the former Squeeze frontman.
Poet and comedian A.F Harrold will be in conversation with the poet who will also be reading from her collection of works.
James Acaster: Lawnmower
Stories, anecdotes and audience interaction from the 2010 Laughing Boy New Act Of The Year, Edinburgh Comedy Award nominee 2012 and Kettering-born stand-up.
Poet, author and comedian A F Harrold will be in conversation with one of the country's most popular poets as she reads from her work.
Junction Dance: Seaside
A programme of dance works performed by students.
Victoria Melody's autobiographical solo comedy about dog shows and beauty queens. The actress herself currently holds the title of Mrs Brighton and her basset hound is entered for Crufts.
Mark Thomas: 100 Acts Of Minor Dissent: An Edinburgh Preview
Thomas returns to what he does best, organised mayhem. His touring show forms a vital part of a mission to commit 100 Acts of minor dissent in the space of one year.
Thu 4 Jul
Mike Heron & Trembling Bells
The Glasgow-based four-piece and the Edinburgh-born singer-songwriter and founder of The Incredible String Band performs contemporary folk and country.
My Brother The Robot: Tall Stories (Over 4s)
Tall Stories presents a futuristic story with music, storytelling and lots of laughs from the creators of The Gruffalo and The Snail.
Wistful post-folk songstress from Wigan, on the Leaf label.
The Wigan-based singer-songwriter and musician plays alternative folk.
Reading College Graduation Concert
A performance by student musicians.
Richard Herring: Talking Cock – The Second Coming
A sort of male Vagina Monologues, Herring bares all about man's best friend. (Nope, not dogs).
Cheeky and upbeat humour and offbeat observations from the South East London-born stand-up and 2010 Amused Moose Laugh Off winner.
Scoundrels Comedy Club
Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.
- Written by: Jeff Achtem
Award-winning Canadian shadow puppeteer Jeff Achtem takes his homemade creations into space, where two brothers travel across the galaxy in search of a new place to call home.
Stephen Carlin & Nick Helm: Edinburgh Preview
Dry, deadpan wit from Carlin and aggressive humour from Helm.
Terry Alderton: Season Four?
Unpredictable humour from the Southend-born stand-up and the voices in his head, as seen on Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow.
Thin White Duke: David Bowie Tribute
The band performs a tribute to the rock and pop singer-songwriter known for the hit songs Jean Genie, Starman, Changes, All the Young Dudes, Ziggy Stardust and Heroes.
Glasgow-based psych folk four-piece who have collaborated with Mike Heron of Incredible String Band and Bonnie Prince Billy.
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