Clown­ing, mu­sic and on stage for new sea­son

Nor­den Cen­tre for Arts in Maiden­head has an­nounced its lat­est pro­gramme of events. CAMILLA GOOD­MAN pre­views the up­com­ing shows over the next month.

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Fri­day, May 22 8pm / £15 An au­then­tic trib­ute per­form­ing the very best of The Ea­gles from coun­try rock to hard rocking num­bers, show­cas­ing the trade­mark du­elling elec­tric gui­tars. Lauded for their ac­cu­racy, the Al­ter Ea­gles per­form a two hour set. Ex­pect all the great­est hits in­clud­ing Ho­tel Cal­i­for­nia, Des­per­ado, Life In The Fast Lane, Lyin’ Eyes, Take It Easy and One Of Th­ese Nights.

Euro­vi­sion Song Con­test – live screen­ing

Satur­day, May 23 7pm / £7 Join in at the cen­tre’s Euro­vi­sion party! Can Elec­tro Vel­vet re­verse the UK’s for­tunes of re­cent en­tries? All the fun of the Euro pop night in­clud­ing over-the-top singing, cos­tumes, vot­ing and the whole show screened live.

An Evening with the War Po­ets

Tues­day, May 26 8pm / £10 A spe­cial event on the cen­te­nary of the death of Ju­lian Gren­fell DSO, Maiden­head’s very own war poet, on May 26, 1915. Po­ems, di­aries and let­ters from male and fe­male war po­ets. Daily from Mon­day, May 26 to Fri­day, May 29 10.15am Arts and crafts, £5 per child 1.15pm and 3.30pm Sto­ry­telling, £2

Tutti Frutti presents

Ra­pun­zel

Half Term

Mon­day, May 25 at 11.30am and 2pm / £8.50, Fam­ily (four peo­ple) £31 The clas­sic tale by the Broth­ers Grimm is told in an in­ven­tive, vis­ual and phys­i­cal style with live mu­sic and mag­i­cal de­sign. Suit­able for ages 3+ years.

Blue Or­ange Theatre presents

James and the Gi­ant Peach

Wed­nes­day, May 27 and Thurs­day, May 28 11.30am and 2.15pm / £8.50, Fam­ily (four peo­ple) £31 James lives with his two grue­some aunts but magic and a mas­sive fruit leads him on an adventure over land, sea and sky!

Lit­tle An­gel Theatre presents

The Jour­ney Home

Fri­day, May 29 11.30am and 2pm / £8.50, Fam­ily (four peo­ple) £31 Join Po­lar Bear as he sets off in search of a new home when the ice starts melt­ing. Trav­el­ling through storms, busy ship­ping lanes and across oceans, he picks up some ex­cit­ing friends along the way. Adapted from the ac­claimed chil­dren’s book. Suit­able for ages 3+ years.

The Al­ter Ea­gles

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