Things to do in Berkshire this weekend
PUBLISHED: 14:32 21 March 2017 | UPDATED: 14:32 21 March 2017
Great things to do in Berkshire this weekend: art exhibitions, walks, concerts, theatre, places to visit and other events and ideas.
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City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra - Friday 24 March
The Hexagon, Queens Walk, Reading
Spring is in the air! And the sap’s certainly rising here at The Hexagon, as we celebrate the season with a concert filled with everything that’s fresh, bright and bursting with life.
David Baddiel - Friday 24 March
Norden Farm Centre for the Arts, Maidenhead
David Baddiel brings his critically-acclaimed show My Family: Not The Sitcom to Norden Farm before embarking on a 10 week residency in London’s West End.
Big Girls Don’t Cry - Saturday 25 March
Corn Exchange Newbury
They had a sound that had never been heard before. The radio just could not get enough of them and neither can we.
Open Garden - Sunday 26 March
Rooksnest, Lambourn Woods
Approx 10 acre exceptionally fine traditional English garden. Rose garden (under renovation), herbaceous garden, pond garden, herb garden, vegetables and glasshouses.
Newbury Artisan Market - Sunday 26 March
Northbrook Street, Newbury
Newbury Artisan Market takes over the streets of Newbury on the last Sunday of the month. Think quality produce, original art, designer crafts & sizzling street food, all mixed in with family activities, music and more.
The Rod Stewart Experience - Sunday 26 March
The Mill at Sonning
Garry Pease not only looks like Rod Stewart, he sounds like him too! In an all-action, non-stop tribute show, Garry performs all of the favourites from Rod Stewart’s vast portfolio of songs.