Fun Nights Out In Reading
Reading has a great night life. We have a great choice of restaurants and bars however we wanted to share nights out in Reading with a difference!
‘Just the Tonic’ Comedy Club
Everyone enjoys a laugh! How about ‘Just the Tonic’ is a comedy club based in Reading town centre. Saturday night comedy at Reading Comedy Loft. Ticket prices are £15.
There are four different acts at every show. Acts are from the UK and abroad. The comedy club is open from 6.45 pm to give people time to enjoy food and drink together before the show starts. When you have enjoyed your food and the show, you can join the after show party.
Its best to pre-order your food and drink when you book your ticket so you can enjoy your evening.
Places To Go In Reading At Night
Agatha Christie Murder Mystery at the Mill at Sonning
Fancy a night out with a difference?
How about an Agatha Christie murder mystery at the Mill at Sonning. Set in the old Mill at Sonning which dates back to 1086. The famous words, ‘whodunnit’ twists and turns will put you at the edge of your seat. Will your guess be the right one? Showing between the 7th of June – 28th July 2018.
Laura Warwick was seen standing over a dead body of her husband with a gun in her hand! She admits that she killed him. Things unravel, and all is not as it seems. Did Laura really kill her wheelchair-bound husband? Or is she protecting someone? It seems like the house is full of suspects. Family secrets are revealed. So are a web of lies. So who is the real murderer? Well, that will be telling! The bar opens are 6pm. All tickets include a home-cooked two-course meal in the restaurant before the show. Dinner is served between 6:15 pm and 8pm. Plenty of time to relax before the performance at 8:15pm.
Written by Agatha Christie and directed by Brian Blessed. (director of Spiders Web)
We will continue to share nights out in Reading with you. Where ever you decide to go on your night out. You can book your Reading taxi with Yellow Cars in advance or call us on the day 01189 666 555.
Nights Out In Reading