Midsummer comes late to Radlett Centre
MIDSUMMER has been and gone but the Radlett Centre will be reviving it when Shakespeare 4 Kidz performs the Bard’s classic comedy there at 7.30pm on Monday.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream combines fairies and fun, royalty and romance, magic and misunderstandings in the story of the Duke who marries his Amazonian queen, the two sets of lovers eloping to the woods where they encounter Bottom and his friends, the feuding Oberon and Titania and the sprite Puck.
Woven into easy-to-understand modern language, it gets underway at 7.30pm and tickets are �16 with under 16s �9.50, available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
Stewart Curtis and his seven-piece world music ensemble K-Groove will be putting on an evening of Klezmer, Latin and Jazz with a touch of humour next Wednesday, October 6.
Stewart and the band will be playing tracks from their newly-released third CD, I Can’t Hear U When U Shout and performing some well-known Jewish melodies among other less well-known tunes such as Jerusalem of Gold, Adon Olam, Thomas the Tango Engine and The Dirty Bagels.
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All Stewart’s musical arrangements promise to be full of surprises and unexpected twists and turns.
Tickets are �10 with concessions �8
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