Jacqui Dankworth at The Radlett Centre
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Vocalist Jacqui Dankworth brings her new album, Live to Love, to The Radlett Centre this Saturday night.
Already established as one the country’s leading jazz vocalists, her live concerts showcase her versatility and mastery of a wide spectrum of genres, drawing on jazz, folk, soul and blues, as well as her talent as a songwriter and lyricist.
Tickets for the concert at 7.30pm are £18.50 with concessions £17.50, available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
Author, stuntman and climber, Andy Kirkpatrick, will be appearing on the stage at The Radlett Centre, next Wednesday, April 16.
The UK’s only ‘stand-up mountaineer’,he is one of Britain’s most prolific – and funniest – climbers, with a desire for climbing in extreme conditions in some of the most inhospitable places on the planet.
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His show entitled Inappropriate Climbing charts the past two years as Andy recounts the climbing challenges he has undertaken since his autumn 2011 stage tour, Cold Wars.
He risked courting controversy in 2012 by taking his 13-year-old daughter to become the youngest girl to reach the summit of Yosemite’s vertical 3,000ft El Capitan.
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He has also revisited Norway’s Troll Wall, attempted another winter expedition to climb the North Face of the Eiger and aided sight-loss climber Steve Bate to the top of El Capitan, He will also talk about his 2013 trip to Antarctica. Andy comes on stage at 8pm and tickets are £15 with concessions £14.