Noddy forever for the young at Radlett Centre
NODDY is 60 years old – but still proving as much of a draw to youngsters as he ever did. The children s creation is appearing at The Radlett Centre in his 60th anniversary year when Noddy in Toyland comes on stage at 1pm and 3.30pm next Tuesday and Wedne
NODDY is 60 years old - but still proving as much of a draw to youngsters as he ever did.
The children's creation is appearing at The Radlett Centre in his 60th anniversary year when Noddy in Toyland comes on stage at 1pm and 3.30pm next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Aimed at children aged three to seven, it is Noddy and Tessie Bear's party and everyone is invited to join in the fun - except the goblins Sly and Gobbo who are out to spoil things.
But Noddy is one step ahead of their games and with the help of favourite Toy Town characters, he stops them ruining the party.
Tickets are �12 with under 16s �10 and a family ticket for four at �40, available from the box office on 01923 859291.
Appearing at the theatre next Friday night are The Real Thing who still feature the three original singers, Chris and Eddy Amoo and Dave Smith.
- 1 Sainsbury's comes to St Albans station
- 2 Bowmans Cross development shelved as Hertsmere pulls Local Plan
- 3 Police hunt wanted man with connections to St Albans
- 4 Wholefoods shop relocates to offer wider range of produce
- 5 So why WAS police helicopter flying over St Albans last week?
- 6 Music line-up confirmed for Pub in the Park 2022 St Albans festival
- 7 Frustration and anger over St Albans school's change to hairstyle and uniform policy
- 8 Comment: Is Aldenham really posher than St Albans and Harpenden?
- 9 10 filming locations of new Netflix series Stay Close
- 10 Who was the witch of St Albans?
The band have been in existence for 30 years and had five hits including number one singles in the 70s and 80s such as Can't Get By Without You, Feel The Force and You To Me Are Everything.
The show begins at 7.30pm and tickets are �17.50 with concessions �16.50.