Noel Coward cabaret at Radlett Centre
CABARET artists Dillie Keane of Fascinating Aida and Kit and the Widow join forces to salute Noel Coward when they appear at the Radlett Centre next Thursday, April 21.
They come together in a major revisiting of his famous revue Cowardy Custard which includes more than 40 of Coward’s popular songs including Don’t Put Your Daughter on the Stage Mrs Worthington, A Room with a View, Mad about the Boy and Mad Dogs and Englishmen.
The revue also includes unpublished material, excerpts from Coward’s diaries and autobiographies and scenes from Tonight at 8.30, Present Laughter and Design for Living.
Dillie is best known as the lead member of Fascinating Aida and frequent contributor to Grumpy Old Women and she and leading society cabaret act Kit and the Widow are joined by rising young performers Stuart Neal and Savannah Stevenson for the show which tells the story of Coward’s life through song and biographical writings.
It comes on stage at 8pm and tickets are �25 with concessions �24, available by calling 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
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Earlier on the same day, ex-Crackerjack presenter Jan Hunt hosts The Teddy Bears’ Picnic in the Radlett Centre.
Full of songs, games, stories and fun, it is aimed at the under fives and can be seen at 1pm and 3.30pm.
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Children are encouraged to bring their own bears along with them and there will be prizes for the biggest, smallest, oldest and friendliest.
Tickets are �8 or �28 for a family ticket for four.