Paul Daniels and a Neil Diamond tribute at Radlett Centre
AN EVENING of classic Neil Diamond hits is back at The Radlett Centre on Saturday after a sell-out show in April.
Real Diamond, which features John Hylton, are appearing at 7.30pm and while they are on their Jazz Singer tour, there will be a special selection of songs for the show with some of Neil’s oldies.
Tickets are �18.50 with concessions �17.50, available from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
The Mr Men and Little Miss family are on the road to celebrate their 40th birthday and they are stopping off at The Radlett Centre for two performances on Sunday.
The 90-minute performance will feature singing and dancing to well-known children’s songs as well as plenty of party favourites.
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The show can be seen at 1pm and 3.30pm and tickets are �13 with under-16s �11 and a family ticket �44.
Magician Paul Daniels, his wife Debbie McGee and Paul’s son Martin Daniels are bringing their show Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow to The Radlett Centre at 8pm that evening.
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The most successful TV magician of the 20th Century, Paul Daniels has appeared on numerous TV shows and has a reputation as one of the most popular men in showbusiness.
He has entertained the likes of Prince William, Prince Harry, the Sultan of Brunei and Prince Rainier of Monaco, accompanied by Debbie whom he met when she landed a role as a dancer in his summer show.
Since then Debbie has become artistic director and choreographer of Ballet Imaginaire for whom she has created two completely new classical ballets, The Artist’s Dream and Coppelia.
Paul’s son Martin is also a familiar face on TV who has appeared in numerous summer season engagements as well as UK tours with artists such as Jane McDonald, Lenny Henry, Les Dennis and MC Hammer.
Tickets are �18.50 and �17.50.
Psychic medium Tony Stockwell comes to The Radlett Centre next Wednesday, November 2, to communicate messages from those who need to hear that a loved one still exists.
During his 20 years working as a medium, he has pushed the boundaries of his communication with those who have passed to the other side. He has appeared on numerous TV programmes, taught at schools for mediumistic development and set up his own training school for developing mediums.
He is a firm believer that there is something more than our current lives and hopes that he can make other people aware of theat.
He comes on stage at 8pm and tickets are �18.50 with concessions �17.50.
Bullseye is back at The Radlett Centre next Friday, November 4.
It features three former world darts champions, Bob Anderson, John Lowe and Eric Bristow, playing against each other together with the game Bullseye where there is a chance for any audience member to go home with the contents of Bully’s prize board.
First made for TV in 1981, Bullseye ran until 1995 and was watched by around 17 million viewers in its primetime Sunday slot. Repeats are currently aired on the Challenge Channel.
The show begins at 7pm and tickets are �15.