Sense and Sensibility and Fireman Sam at the Radlett Centre
JANE Austen’s classic story, Sense and Sensibility, is brought to life at The Radlett Centre next Tuesday, February 28.
Adapted for the stage by Laura Turner, the play follows Elinor and Marianne Dashwood as they make their first forays into the excitingly decadent world of 18th-Century society.
Sense and Sensibility, which is performed by Chapterhouse Theatre Company, starts at 8pm and tickets at �13 with concessions �11 can be obtained from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk
Fireman Sam is making a return visit to The Radlett Centre next Saturday and Sunday, March 3 and 4.
In the live stage show Fireman Sam: Pontypandy Rocks! the town hosts its first-ever music festival.
Station Officer Steel has booked a surprise guest star to perform at the festival but it’s a big secret. With so much to plan and prepare Norman Price and Mandy Flood are told to stay out of mischief but Naughty Norman is determined to find out who the secret superstar guest will be... at any cost.
This day promises to be one of Fireman Sam’s busiest yet as he’s called on to save a festival that promises to rock Pontypandy.
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Performances are at 1pm and 3.30pm next Saturday and at 11am on Sunday.
Tickets are �13, �11 for under 16s and �44 for families.