Fit and Famous Dreamboys strip for fans at Arena
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Strutting their stuff at the Alban Arena next Friday, July 31, are The Dreamboys with their latest show, Fit and Famous
Their showcase has been labelled the most famous male stripper act the UK has ever produced and The Dreamboys have made guest appearances on such TV shows as The X Factor, Britain’s Got Talent, Celebrity Big Brother, Loose Women, This Morning and The Only Way Is Essex.
The two-hour show begins at 7.30pm and tickets at £22.50 are available from the Arena box office on 01727 844488 or go to www.alban-arena.co.uk
The Olivier Award-nominated The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns to the Arena next weekend.
Based on the picture book written and illustrated by Judith Kerr, it has been adapted for the stage with songs and lyrics by David Wood
Following a highly successful West End run, the tea-guzzling tiger is back at the Arena with a show packed with magic, sing-a-long songs and chaos.
Performances are at 1.30pm and 4.30pm next Saturday, August 1, and at 10.30am and 1.30pm next Sunday, August 2. Tickets are £11 with groups of 10+ paying £9.50.
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* Queen and Country, the sequel to John Boorman’s 1987 film Hope and Glory, is being shown at the Arena next Tuesday and Wednesday, July 28 and 29.
Hope and Glory featured nine-year-old Bill Rohan celebrating the destruction of his school by a wayward Luftwaffe bomb.
Queen and Country picks up the story nearly 10 years later, as Bill (Boorman’s alter ego), begins training in readiness for battle in the Korean War.
Bill and his mate Percy never reach Korea but find themselves in a constant battle of wits with their superior, Sgt. Major Bradley (David Thewlis).
Performances are at 7.30pm both evenings with a Wednesday matinee at 1.30pm. Tickets for the matinee are £5 and for evenings they are £7 or £5 concessions.