Archive | October, 2011

Your invitation to The Third Thursday First Birthday

Wow, it’s a year since the 3rd Thursdays started and we’ve had a fantastic time working with so many artists and businesses. To celebrate we have a very special third Thursday on Thursday 17 November with not one, but two events. We are back where it all began as guests of Novotel, celebrating the beginning […]

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We’re using Readingy2c

   Readingy2c is the one stop destination for any events happening in the Reading area, we’re using it and some reasons that you may consider too: SUBMIT YOUR EVENT FOR FREE! Add your event to our Reading Y2C online calendar and we’ll help to make it a big success. WHAT KIND OF EVENTS CAN I […]

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A minute in the life of Reading

On the The Third Thursday of August, (18.08) we invited people who work, live & play in Reading to take a photo of whatever they were doing or wherever they were in Reading at 11.21am/pm A big thank you to everyone that took part in Capture Reading project on what must have been one of […]

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Windsor Contemporary Art Fair, here we come

We are going to be at Windsor Contemporary Art Fair again this year – this is one of our favourite "other" events we do. The team who run it really do support artists, most of the exhibitors are artists themselves and there is a strong sense of "local artists" too. We will be there this […]

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A step in the right direction

In November, it is our first anniversary of our Third Thursday events, and Thursday November 17th we have two very special events, both are ticketed and limited in numbers and the first we would like to introduce you to is a special first evening performance of The 39 Steps at Progress Theatre. Suzanne (jelly Director) and […]

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Aunt Elsie’s Christmas Do

 The outcasts have been hanging out together since 2003, knitting , making stuff, doing random things and we try to do something nice for Christmas. Jelly has a lovely new, very old premises, formerly known as The Coopers Arms at 29-31 Market Place so we thought that we could make the Christmas bash extra special […]

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