Andy and Mike and Wilkie Collins play at the Radlett Centre
DYNAMIC duo Andy Day and Mike James are off on another adventure at The Radlett Centre on Sunday and this time they have a time machine.
Following the success of their show, Andy and Mike’s Big Box of Bananas, they are back at the theatre from 1pm with Andy and Mike’s Tick Tock Time Machine.
CBeebies and BAFTA nominated presenter Andy alongside comedy partner Mike, find a mysterious machine when the attic at their fun pad – locked many years ago by their great, great, great grandfather – opens.
The guardian of the machine sends them on a quest to collect the things he needs from the past and the future.
Suitable for children over three years and their families, tickets are �10 and �9 for under 16s, available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
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Tony believes that through his current work he can make others aware that there is something more than just our current lives. During his 20 years working as a medium he has constantly striven to improve his abilities and push the boundaries of his communication with those who have passed to the other side.
In that time he has made numerous television programmes, taught at some of the most respected schools for mediumistic development as well as setting up his own training school for developing mediums.
Tickets are �19 with concessions �18.
Following last year’s production of Charles Dickens’ The Haunted Bride, Rumpus Theatre are back at The Radlett Centre next Wednesday, October 24, with The Ghost’s Touch.
A spine-chilling tale of haunting, lust and revenge, it was penned by Wilkie Collins, author of The Woman In White.
When widower Stephen Rayburn’s young daughter Lucy runs back to him from the woods in Kensington Gardens, he can see that she’s frightened. The ghostly woman Stephen meets leads him into a web of lust and revenge that reaches out from beyond the grave.
The Ghost’s Touch features Amanda Howard, who appeared in the TV series Band of Gold and in many other Rumpus productions.
The performance begins at 8pm and tickets are �13 with concessions �11.
Fresh from receiving an MBE for services to entertainment, singer Joe Longthorne is appearing at The Radlett Centre at 7.30pm next Saturday, October 27.
Currently on a sell-out tour of theatres and concert halls up and down the country, Joe mimics some of the world’s singing stars with his accurate impersonations.
His army of fans follow him from venue to venue and in his 40 years in showbiz, he has packed out everywhere from the London Palladium to the Royal Albert Hall and toured extensively across Australia and the USA.
Joe started his career as a youngster on Junior Showtime and he is well established as a singer, slipping easily from ballad, to jazz, blues and rock’n’roll.
He works tirelessly for his charities the Anthony Nolan Trust and DCWC Nepal and has received a silver heart award from the Variety Club of Great Britain in 2010 in recognition of his work and dedication to the causes.
Tickets are �25 with concessions �24.