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Worlds. The fi­nale re­mains a closely guarded se­cret but is guar­an­teed to be of ex­plo­sive pro­por­tions!

The race­course is also pro­vid­ing a huge fun fair and wide va­ri­ety of food stalls.

Stu­art Dorn, Ex­ec­u­tive Di­rec­tor at Royal Wind­sor, said: “We are thrilled to be host­ing this fire­works show at the race­course.

“Liam Nee­son’s voice is very recog­nis­able and works amaz­ingly well for nar­rat­ing War of the Worlds.

“Along with all of the alien themed props it will be a show to re­mem­ber, I’m sure.”

Jon Cul­ver­house, Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor at Fan­tas­tic Fire­works, adds: “Jeff Wayne’s War of the Worlds is an un­for­get­table mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ence and we are grate­ful to Jeff for let­ting us re­alise his epic in fire­works.

“We are cel­e­brat­ing our 30th birth­day this year at Fan­tas­tic Fire­works and what bet­ter way to party than with this amaz­ing show and the voice of Liam Nee­son!

“We’re de­lighted to be back at Royal Wind­sor Race­course again this year and are sure peo­ple will en­joy the whole event.”

Full de­tails about the event and tick­ets can be found at http://www. wind­sor-race­course.co.uk/whats-on/ event/war-of-the-worlds-fire­works or by call­ing on 01753 498400.

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The stage show, which has a book by Thom Souther­land and Paul Alexan­der, con­tains some of Irv­ing Ber­lin's great­est songs, in­clud­ing Blue Skies, Shakin' the Blues Away, Let Your­self Go, Step­pin' Out with my Baby and How Deep is the Ocean, as well as some re­dis­cov­ered gems.

The UK tour of The Small­est Show on Earth heads to Wy­combe Swan from Mon­day Oc­to­ber 19 to Satur­day Oc­to­ber 24.

Newly-weds Matt and Jean Spenser in­herit a cin­ema and think their for­tune is made. But the Bi­jou, bet­ter known as the fleapit, is the

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