What's On In Reading This Summer? 6 Suggestions To Give You A Helping Hand.
There are numerous different activities in Reading this summer. Indeed, you can choose from activities ranging from comedy events, children's activities, free events, and more!
- Have A Laugh At Ninja Duck Comedy, A FREE Stand Up Show.
This comedy event in August is free to enter, however donations to the NSPCC are welcome, so pay what you feel!
The event includes a host of stand-up comedians who are local to the Reading area, however it also includes some improve comedy based upon audience suggestions.
In addition to hilarious comedy, this event also has a fantastic selection of food and drink available including burgers, hot dogs, beer, and cider. So if you're a fan of hilarious comedy and tasty food, consider attending the Ninja Duck Comedy stand up show in Reading this August.
- Reading Town Meal.
In September, you could visit Forbury Gardens from 12am-4pm for the Reading Town Meal. This picnic in the park event is a celebration of locally grown fruit and vegetables. Additionally all of the food served is donated by local growers and allotment holders and is prepared by Reading College students.
This event includes local bands, family fun activities, and provides people with the opportunity to learn about growing your own food.
- Matilda Musical Theatre Workshop.
Has your child 'caught the theatre bug'? This summer in August there is a musical theatre workshop for children aged 6 to 16 where they can enjoy a fun filled week of singing, dancing, and of course acting. Additionally at the end of the week there will be a performance for friends and family to watch.
- Literary Festival.
Set to be the biggest literary festival yet, this year in September there will be over 150 events across Henley from the 29th Sept to the 7th This includes numerous well known writers and some exciting new talent. For example, speakers include Irvine Welsh and Sir Oliver Letwin.
Additionally, there will also be a children's literary festival, which includes Anthony Horowitz and the international bestselling author, David Melling.
- Art Classes For Adults.
If you want to try your hand at art this summer, in august you'll have the opportunity to learn and discover your creative talents; perhaps making some new friends along the way. You'll learn to use a variety of different artistic mediums, including pencil drawing, watercolours, and acrylics. Additionally all the art materials are provided.
- Murder Mystery!
Put on your 'thinking cap' and take a bite out of this tasty mystery with a three hour immersive treasure hunt. This takes place during August and is ideal for both families and individuals. You can learn more by using the social media hashtag, #WhoKilledBeauKay