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RBL writing competition for Off the Block #6

Reading Between the Lines theatre company are looking for new theatre writers. To find them they’re holding a writing competition open to anyone aged over 18. Reading’s nationally acclaimed theatre company, who achieved such success last year with their new plays Henry I of England (inside St James’ Church) and Oscar Wilde on Trial (inside […]

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3 wonderful things in 3 weeks

We haven’t had much time lately to tell you about the other things happening, we seem to be caught up  in projects and planning and meetings but here are three things you should do in the next three weeks. Henry 1 of England 02 Nov 2016 to 19 Nov 2016 St James’ Catholic Church, Reading […]

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Artists Opportunity – RBL Annual Themed Art Exhibition

RBL Annual Themed Art Exhibition, in collaboration with Jelly Dear Artist, RBL Theatre Company and Jelly would like to invite you to create a piece of art themed upon William Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing. The RBL and Jelly Much Ado About Nothing Themed Art Exhibition will be presented at St James’ Church, Forbury Gardens, […]

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What’s happening this week at jelly

It’s been almost two weeks since we found the time to update on what has been going on and what is coming up next. Much has happened, a lovely drypoint workshop at Rebecca Swainston’s studio, an all day life drawing class, Alexandra Vintage’s first birthday, more outreach workshops for Wish You Were Here  and plenty […]

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Opening of an Art Exhibition, Thursday 12th September, 7.30pm

We would be delighted to have you in attendance at the opening of this year’s Reading Between the Lines Theatre Company ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Themed Art Exhibition, which shall be taking place at The Reading Minster of St Mary the Virgin Church on Thursday 12th September at 7.30pm. The standard of work on display is […]

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