Blake bring soundtrack classics to the Radlett Centre
- Credit: Archant
Deadpan US stand-up comedian Rich Hall stops off at the Radlett Centre next week as part of his spring tour of this country.
Star of critically-acclaimed BBC 4 documentaries including Rich Hall’s Continental Drifters and How The West Was Lost, his 3:10 to Humour show can be seen next Friday, May 6.
He has won Perrier (Edinburgh Comedy Festival) and Barry (Melbourne International Comedy Festival) Awards and is well known for his TV and radio work.
Rich has also written for The David Letterman Show for which he won two Emmy Awards and was the inspiration behind Matt Groening’s character Moe Szyslak from The Simpsons.
The show begins at 8pm and tickets at £16 are available on 01923 859291 or click here.
Fresh from recent appearances on the Graham Norton Show, Strictly Come Dancing and The One Show, British harmony trio Blake come to the Radlett Centre next Saturday, May 7.
Their brand-new tour, celebrating movies and musicals, features the finest songs from stage and screen with music from Hanz Zimmer, Ennio Morricone, Leonard Bernstein, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Leonard Cohen, The Beach Boys and many more.
Blake have notched up several number one’s, multi-platinum selling albums and over 150 TV appearances, as well as having won a Brit Award for Album of the Year.
- 1 The latest court results for the St Albans area
- 2 Community green spaces at risk of development on St Albans estate
- 3 Youths 'kicked and threw stones' at pregnant hedgehog in Hertfordshire
- 4 Hybrid Charter Market agreed for St Albans
- 5 St Albans woman defies odds to become oldest with Rett Syndrome
- 6 What the fox? Mystery shoe thief revealed!
- 7 The Midwich Cuckoos: Keeley Hawes on Sky's gripping new drama adapted from John Wyndham’s sci-fi novel
- 8 'Spellbinding performances' in St Albans Musical Theatre Company's production of Rent
- 9 Call for Government to review district housing targets
- 10 Churches group organises meeting for Ukrainians and host families
They are offering local choirs the chance to perform with them as part of the show, recalling the fact that their members all found their love of music at a young age and sang with various groups and choirs throughout their childhood.
Interested choirs should send a YouTube video link of themselves performing to info@BlakeOfficial.com accompanied by a short description of their group.
Tickets for the concert, which starts at 7.30pm, are £20.