Bard news for Radlett theatregoers

PUBLISHED: 16:55 15 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:33 06 May 2010

Macbeth is on next Wednesday

Macbeth is on next Wednesday

SHAKESPEARE 4 Kidz bring their musical version of the Bard s Macbeth to The Radlett Centre next Wednesday evening, October 21. The classic tale of how a warrior learns from three strange witches that his destiny is to become King of Scotland and the blood

SHAKESPEARE 4 Kidz bring their musical version of the Bard's Macbeth to The Radlett Centre next Wednesday evening, October 21.

The classic tale of how a warrior learns from three strange witches that his destiny is to become King of Scotland and the blood that is spilled as he battles to take the throne comes on stage at 7.30pm.

It also features gory murders, gruesome ghosts, bloody battles and even a forest that moves.

The show features song and dance to tell the story which weaves many of Shakespeare's original words into easy-to-understand modern language.

Tickets are £16 and £9.50 for under-16s, available from the box office on 01923 859291.

A brand-new show, Gotta Sing Gotta Dance, is being performed at The Radlett Centre next Saturday, October 24.

It features two hours of song and dance numbers from stage and screen, ranging from Gershwin to Grease and Lloyd-Webber to Wicked.

They are performed by a cast of West End performers accompanied by the GSGD Band.

There are two performances, one at 3pm and the other at 7.30pm, and tickets are £18 with concessions £17.

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