Discover the best plays and stage performances in Reading from both professional and community theatre companies, including Reading Between the Lines, Reading Rep and Progress Theatre.
RBL Theatre overload our senses with a horror-filled, female-led, post-apocalyptic production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, on at Reading Minster until 9 November.
Progress Theatre’s open air season has kicked off with a powerful production of King Lear in the Reading Abbey Ruins.
Progress Theatre bring a their vivid production of Caryl Churchill’s 1982 feminist showpiece, Top Girls to the Reading stage.
This parody of the Hitchcock espionage thriller is full of laughs, silliness, wit and glee. See The 39 Steps at Shinfield Players Theatre until 23 March.
Progress Theatre present Henrik Ibsen’s ‘scandalous-for-its-time’ domestic drama A Doll’s House.
Reading’s Progress Theatre take on Jez Butterworth’s award-winning state-of-the-nation drama about life in rural England.
With ‘Blood and Ice’, Progress Theatre tell the story behind the creation of Frankenstein and bring the life of its creator, Mary Shelley, out of the shadows.
A youth theatre musical of The Snow Queen fairy tale from Bezerk Productions at Woodley’s Oakwood Centre.
Charles Dickens’ wintery classic ‘A Christmas Carol’ gets wheeled out a lot every December. The…
Progress Theatre are commemorating 100 years since the end of World War I with a production of Sebastian Faulks’ Great War epic ‘Birdsong’, which has been adapted and condensed for the stage by playwright Rachel Wagstaff.