Come on feel the noise at the Radlett Centre
A HEARTWARMING winter’s tale comes to The Radlett Centre on Saturday when Blunderbus Theatre Company puts on The Very Noisy Night.
A brand-new musical play about growing up it is suitable for children aged three to seven years and is the tale of a scared little mouse with a very big imagination on a dark and stormy night.
He can’t sleep because there is something huffing and puffing outside, tap-tapping on the window and drip-dripping nearby and he is left wishing he could join Big Mouse in his bed.
The performance, which is told with music and storytelling, explores the fact that everyone is frightened of something but they have to learn to overcome their fears. It starts at 2pm and tickets at �7 are available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk.
The glamour and glitz of the gambling capital of America comes to The Radlett Centre when Martyn Lucas stars in One Night in Vegas at 7.30pm next Sunday.
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The show combines West End performers, dancing girls, costumes and video imagery to create a show in which the original Phantom from Las Vegas is joined by musicians to deliver a selection of numbers including popular West End hits as well as music from the likes of Tom Jones, Frank Sinatra and Barry Manilow.
The production also includes a tribute to Michael Jackson because Martyn Lucas was such a big fan of the Moonwalking superstar.
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Martyn and the orchestra will also attempt live performances of song requests from the audience which need to be made when booking tickets.
Tickets are �19.50 with concessions �18.50.
Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice transfers to the stage when it is performed at The Radlett Centre at 8pm next Thursday, February 10.
The audience is invited to take a step back in time to meet Elizabeth Bennet and her sisters who pursue their quest for true love.
Among misunderstandings, mistakes and miscommunications, the sisters Elizabeth and Jene must fight for the men they love – even if one is the haughty but enigmatic Mr Darcy.
Tickets are �12 with concessions �10.
The undisputed king of pop is represented at The Radlett Centre on Friday, February 11, with Jackson Live in Concert, billed as the ultimate Michael Jackson tribute show.
It features live vocals, typical costumes and all the dance moves Jackson was most remembered for during his career which spanned nearly five decades of music.
Long time fan Amir Sharmar recreates the Michael Jackson experience, performing such tracks as Thriller, Billie Jean, Beat It, Smooth Criminal and many more, complete with dance moves and full backing band.
The show begins at �18 and tickets are �17 with concessions �16.