Billy Fury’s legend lives on at the Radlett Centre
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Billy Fury was Britain’s own Elvis, and now his original band is bringing his 29 timeless hits back to the stage at the Radlett Centre next Wednesday (5).
Fury’s Tornados will be performing the likes of Last Night Was Made For Love, Wondrous Place, I Will, Jealousy and Halfway To Paradise, with Billy on a giant movie screen and vocal duties handled by Colin Gold.
Following last year’s critically acclaimed and award-nominated run at The Hope Theatre in London, Thick as Thieves present Shakespeare’s The Tempest on Thursday October 6.
Featuring relentless energy, breakneck costume changes and sparkling comedy, the fresh adaptation of the classic play stays entirely faithful to the original text, whilst offering a riotous departure from the norm.
Bushey artist Petra Geggie opens her storeroom in order to show paintings that have not been exhibited before, either due to a lack of hanging space, because they didn’t fit the theme or even that they were just more recent, in a new display at the Apthorp Gallery from October 5-29.
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Curiosity, and wanting to know more of different cultures feed into Petra’s love of travel and ultimately her paintings. Finding the unexpected and making connections across cultures during the process of creating the works feeds her fascination of exploring new media.
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