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take part in a venture that would put a smile on people’s faces.
“I had the idea of creating an event that would capture the fun and pure joy we see in toddlers and young children but for a slightly older audience.
“People have seen ‘Wipeout’, ‘It’s A Knockout’ and some of the other obstacle races on TV; well this captures the essence of that.
“Make no mistake; it’s still a 5k but not as you know it. I’m excited to host these events and give the obstacles a go myself.”
Naomi Joyce, Marketing Manager for Royal Windsor Racecourse, added: “We are super excited to be hosting this event, it looks pretty crazy but great fun. Children have so much fun at ‘soft play’ centres and it will be interesting to see how well adults get on.” THE internationally acclaimed stage sensation, Jersey Boys is touring the UK and Ireland for the very first time.
This smash hit musical has won 55 major awards worldwide, including the Olivier Award for Best New Musical.
The show will be stopping off at Aylesbury Waterside Theatre for almost two weeks from Tuesday, September 22 to Saturday, October 3.
Jersey Boys tells the true life story of four boys from the wrong side of the tracks who wrote their own songs, invented their own unique sound, and sold 175 million records worldwide.
Featuring hit after legendary hit including Beggin’, Can’t Take My Eyes Off You, Oh What a Night, Sherry, Walk Like a Man, Bye Bye Baby, Big Girls Don’t Cry and many more, Jersey Boys is a story full of heart, humour and ‘sheer musical razzmatazz’ you simply will never forget.
May be inappropriate for ages 12 and under due to strong authentic New Jersey language.
Tickets cost £20 to £60.90. To book call 0844 871 7607 or visit www. atgtickets.com/aylesbury.
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co.uk. TAKE one look at the impressive cast list of Oscar Wilde's most perfect comedy of manners and you might pause to wonder.
Nigel Havers, Martin Jarvis, Sian Phillips, Christine Kavanagh, Rosalind Ayres, Carmen du Sautoy and David Shaw-Parker – all hugely experienced and talented actors – but aren't they all a little, umm… old for the parts? Yes, and that's the point. This is The Importance of Being Earnest as you've never seen it before.
Performed by The BunburyCompany of Players – for the umpteenth time – it has all of Wilde's sublimely funny dialogue with a really entertaining twist to the plot.
This West End production, dubbed by Wilde ‘a trivial comedy for serious people',is entirely faithful to the script – with a few intriguing additions from leading thriller writer and comic novelist Simon Brett.
Directed by Lucy Bailey, whose credits include directing major plays at both the RSC and National Theatre, and designed by Olivier Award winner, William Dudley, the production was warmly received in the West End last year and now launches the new autumn season at Milton Keynes Theatre.
Nigel Havers said: “This production is very close to my heart and we had a ball doing it in the West End last summer.
“I'm thrilled we get to do it all again and hope audiences in Milton Keynes will laugh and enjoy watching our twist on Oscar's brilliant play as much as we enjoy performing it.” They'll certainly be talking about it. And, as Oscar Wilde said: “There is