The Radlett Centre has a tonne of entertainment booked in next month, from musicals, to concerts, to stand-up.
A traditional pantomime rendition of Cinderella kicks things off – the popular show started on December 7 and performances continue until Friday, January 3.
Next up, The King takes over with The Elvis Years on Thursday, January 7 – a musical production which brings to the stage the incredible and compelling story of the king of rock and roll. West End rocker Mario Kombou takes on the role of Elvis for an unforgettable journey through over 50 golden greats spanning over three decades.
Think Floyd, the definitive Pink Floyd tribute band, take to the stage next with an electrifying performance of The Wall on January 11 before classical and jazz star John Lenehan plays at the centre the following night.
Radlett visitors can then go back in time with David Starkey as he analyses the many marriages of King Henry VIII on January 17. Local amateur theatre group, Radlett Musical Theatre Company, have a musical extravaganza on January 18 before The Pasadena Roof Orchestra re-create the glories of popular dance music from the 1920s and 1930s on January 25.
The following night, The Dame – written by Katie Duncan starring Peter Duncan, will show audiences inside an entertainer’s mind and expose the fragile creature beneath the make-up, bluster and bravado.
Next up, Radlett regular Stephen K Amos (pictured) makes a return with his new stand-up special, Everyman, before You Win Again, a concert celebrating the music of The Bee Gees, caps the month off on January 30.
To book tickets to these shows or others, go to www.radlettcentre.co.uk/What-s-On
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