Songs, sex and Sam

BILLED as Britain’s funniest and sexiest show, The Vagina Monologues comes to the Radlett Centre next Tuesday evening, September 21.

The show has been selling out since it started touring in 2009 and the cast includes Nikki Sanderson, who appeared in Coronation Street, Roxanne Pallett, who played Jo Stile in Emmerdale, and Sue Jenkins, best known as Jackie Corkhill from Brookside.

Based on a collection of highly original stories gathered by the show’s creator New York’s Eve Ensler who asked over 200 women about their most intimate secrets, the Vagina Monologues has been nominated for top awards and has been translated into over 45 languages and performed in more than 130 countries.

It can be seen at 8pm and tickets can be obtained from the box office on 01923 859291 or go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk

Legendary singer Rosemary Squires will be joined by radio’s Brian Dee for a special midweek matinee performance of Life is a Song: A Review for Two, at the Radlett Centre next Thursday, September 23.


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It is a celebration of 50 years of popular song and an anecdotal caper of music and fun recalling a lifetime with the stars.

Often described as Britain’s Doris Day, Rosemary has shared top billing on both sides of the Atlantic and continues to guest with major orchestras such as The Glenn Miller Orchestra and the BBC Big Band.

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Tickets for Life is a Song, which starts at 2pm, are �12 with concessions �10.

Fireman Sam and his friends return to the Radlett Centre next for four performances next Saturday and Sunday, September 25 and 26.

Pontypandy is hosting its first-ever music festival, Pontypandy Rocks, and station Officer Steel has booked a surprise star guest to perform. Norman Price and Mandy Flood are told to stay out of mischief but Naughty Norman is determined to find out who the secret superstar is at any cost.

Performances on both days at at 1pm and 3.30pm and tickets are �14 with under 16s �12 and a family ticket �44.

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