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Something for this weekend in Reading and beyond

There’s a lot happening on Saturday 16th May Firstly, it’s the start of Children’s Festival 2015 this weekend and Emma and Kate from jelly will be at the Forbury Gardens from 11am until 4pm, running a free activity making Circus Big Tops. There is plenty to do and take part in that day and over […]

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A forthcoming competition plus studio visits, an arts trail and workshops

Firstly, we wanted to tell you about a great new partnership between makers of the future from Bishopsland Trust and a long standing Reading Business, Jacobs the Jewellers. As some of you might recall, jelly and Bishopsland started at the same time in 1993, we have worked closely over the years, in fact not only […]

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Easter trails and workshops

It’s a holiday! Here are a couple of creative things to do that don’t involve chocolate…although maybe they should…and both feature in Alt Reading’s Top Ten family events during Easter. Off the Grid Family Art Club April 4th This Saturday is the first of the Off the Grid family art clubs. jelly’s family art club is a […]

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jelly recommends- The Boy Who Bit Picasso

Saturday 4 April, 11.30am & 2pm Untied Artists & Oxford Playhouse The Boy Who Bit Picasso My name is Tony. When I was a little boy I had the most extraordinary friend…Pablo Picasso! Come and play down on the farm with Tony and Picasso. We’ll have loads of fun, make crazy pictures and we’ll tell […]

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jelly suggests: Much Ado About Nothing

Much Ado About Nothing Reading: 04/02/15 – 14/02/15 St James’ Church, Abbot’s Walk, Reading, RG1 3HW Basingstoke Haymarket 25 & 26/02/2015 Greenwich Theatre 27 & 28/02/2015     Women lack the “ferocity, aggression & killer instinct” to be effective infantry soldiers… Colonel Richard Kemp, Former Commander of British forces in Afghanistan.   “O God, that […]

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