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CONTINUES UNTIL 6 MAY. The painter Ray Atkins works on a monumental scale. He will be 80 this year and still works outside, in places that he loves, come rain or shine, in the same driven way that he has since the 1960s. 
Between 1968 and 1974 he...
CONTINUES UNTIL 6 MAY. The painter Ray Atkins works on a monumental scale. He will be 80 this year and still works outside, in places that he loves, come rain or shine, in the same driven way that he has since the 1960s. Between 1968 and 1974 he...

New look for Museum website

New look for Museum website

During April the Reading Museum and Town Hall website will have a new modern look! Follow the link below or in Latest News to find out more.


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Latest News

A Theatrical First for Reading Museum

Anna Carlisle’s ground-breaking new play Joan Eardley: A Private View is now booking through Reading Arts Box Office. There will be two performances at 2.30pm and 6pm on Thursday 8 June.

Changes to the Reading Abbey displays

There are changes coming to the Reading Abbey displays in the Museum!

New website coming soon!

Look out for our new look website that will be launching in April! The new site will be more visual, and easier to use and navigate.

Easter Holidays at Reading Museum!

Pop in to Reading Museum over the Easter Holidays and take part in one of our fabulous family friendly activities.

Object of the Month: French Priest's Box

In the tumultuous years of the French Revolution, thousands of clergymen fled France to avoid persecution and death. Our object of the month – a fine penwork pine or plane box – was made by one such religious émigré who ended up in Reading.


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