Here you'll find a complete guide to the organisations and venues that make up the What's On Reading family. These are the people who make, do and present arts, culture and heritage in Reading every single day. And the list is only going to grow.
Victorian Concert Hall located in the Town Hall
The Hexagon is a multi-purpose entertainment venue in the heart of Reading.
South Street is an Arts Centre in the heart of Reading
A new indoor one-day festival in aid of Age UK Reading.
The Gateway is a substantial part of what remains of Reading Abbey
Learn about the fascinating 900-year history of one of Europe's largest royal monasteries.
Come see, enjoy, dance, eat and drink in Reading's oldest entertainment venue!
A famously-friendly, welcoming and inclusive orchestra presenting three concerts per year.
Knitting classes and Knit & Natter sessions across Reading and the surrounding area.
Fun and friendly swing dance classes for dancers of all levels.
Traditional family-run pub in the centre of Reading with a beautiful outside space.
Reading's award-winning new music festival, raising money for Reading Mencap.
Want to learn a new skill, take up a new hobby or keep the kids busy for a few hours? Our extensive list of classes, workshops and courses has something for everyone, from arts and crafts to dancing and much more.
For the latest information and actions regarding both Reading Arts and other Partner events, see our COVID-19 updates page
For arts, culture and heritage you can enjoy at home, head to our online events and activities page