Thriller night for Michael Jackson fans at Alban Arena
GONE but not forgotten, moonwalking a la Michael Jackson comes to the Alban Arena next Thursday, March 11. Who s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band remembers the king of pop by taking audiences on a musical expedition spanning three decades of
GONE but not forgotten, moonwalking a la Michael Jackson comes to the Alban Arena next Thursday, March 11.
Who's Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band remembers the king of pop by taking audiences on a musical expedition spanning three decades of chart success.
The US tribute production was founded in 2004 and features a cast of musicians and performers.
Who's Bad has crafted an intricate performance complete with synchronised dance routines, a blaring horn section and down-deep rhythms. The aim is to try and recapture the essence, the passion, the energy and the musicality of Michael Jackson's talent.
The show comes on stage at 8pm and tickets are �23.50 and �21.50, available from the box office on 01727 844488 or go to www.alban-arena.co.uk
The Moscow State Circus returns to the UK with award-winning show Legenda which can be seen at the Arena from next Friday, March 12, until Sunday, March 14.
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It includes a huge cast of Russian circus performers, many of them critically-acclaimed acts pushing the boundaries of human physical ingenuity.
Legenda has been created from the notion of the circus colliding with legendary Russian figure Rasputin and his vivid dreams form the theme of the show.
It includes Gregory's Girls suspended in mid-air on floating silks, Doctorov's Human Statues, body-twisting contortionists, clowns and a crazy crossbow act.
Tickets range from �12 to �26 with concessions �3 off.
Back by popular demand on Wednesday, March 17, is Hot Flush! The Musical starring Lesley Joseph from Birds of a Feather together with Hilary O'Neil, Anne Smith, Ruth Keeling and Matt Slack.
It is another chance to meet the members of the Hot Flush! Club - Myra, Sylvia, Helen and Jessica - and share in the friendships, secrets and ups and down of four ordinary women and a man.
Hot Flush! has plenty of new songs and is a celebration of the wonderful world of HRT - more fun than joining a gym and cheaper than Botox.
The show begins at 8pm and tickets are �20.
l The Spring film season at the Arena finishes next Wednesday, March 10, with British period drama Glorious 39 which is being screened at 1.30pm and 7.30pm.
A mysterious tale, it is set around the formidable Keyes family on the eve of World War Two. As they try and uphold their traditional way of life, their daughter Anne (Romola Garai) sees her life unravel when she stumbles upon secret recordings of the pro-appeasement movement.
Glorious 39 is written and directed by Stephen Poliakoff and stars Bill Nighy, Julie Christie and David Tenant.
Matinee tickets are �4 and evening tickets are �6 with concessions �4.