stage & screen

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

Beck Theatre

Grange Road, Hayes, UB8 2UE. Box of­fice: 020 8561 8371. www.beck­the­

Wed­nes­day March 30

The Rail­way Chil­dren: A won­der­ful adap­ta­tion of E Nes­bit’s clas­sic. When Fa­ther is taken away, the lives of Roberta, Peter and Phyl­lis are shat­tered. Forced to move to a sim­ple cot, they learn about the rail­way from their new friend Perks and soon fall in love with it. £13.50, 2.30pm.

The Com­edy Queens: An out­ra­geous night of camp, com­edy fun with two of the UK’s Top Drag Acts. Naughty jokes – for him for her, for ev­ery­one. Over 18’s only £10 or ticket and meal deal £17.50, 7.30pm.

Thurs­day March 31 to Fri­day April 1

The 6th Sa­manak Mela in Lon­don fea­turn­ing Aryana Say­eed £45, 7pm.

Satur­day April 2

Gor­don Buchanan: Join Gor­don Buchanan, the ac­claimed wildlife cam­era­man and pre­sen­ter of The Bear Fam­ily and Me as he hosts an evening of ex­cit­ing per­sonal rec­ol­lec­tions, and lets you into his world of weird, wild and

won­der­ful wildlife.

£18.50, 7.30pm.

Sun­day April 3

Tom Stade – You’re Wel­come!: Brand-new show from the UK’s favourite Cana­dian res­i­dent. Can­did and al­lur­ing, join Tom as he ru­mi­nates on life’s oddities and rev­els in his own per­pet­ual short­com­ings. Ex­pect the brand-new show cus­tom­ary Stade flair; un­com­pro­mis­ing hu­mour, in­sa­tiable mis­chief and heaps of in­spired im­pro­vi­sa­tion. For ages 16+

£18, 7.30pm.

Com­pass Theatre

Glebe Av­enue, Ick­en­ham, UB10 8PD. Box of­fice: 01895 673 200­passthe­

Tues­day April 5 to Satur­day April 9

Alice’s Ad­ven­tures in Won­der­land: Brought to you by the same pro­duc­tion team as Com­pass pan­tomimes.

Join Alice and drop down the rabbit hole to a mag­i­cal place in Won­der­land. Keep your head firmly on your shoul­ders and stay on the good side of the Queen of Hearts, plus at­tend a tea party that would make any­one go mad. See web­site for full list of per­for­mance times and prices.

Theatre Royal Wind­sor

Thames Street, Wind­sor, SL4 1PS. Box Of­fice: 01753 853 888 www.the­atreroy­al­wind­

now un­til Satur­day April 2

Shad­ow­lands: Bird­song Pro­duc­tions in as­so­ci­a­tion with Guild­ford’s Yvonne Ar­naud Theatre present Shad­ow­lands, the stun­ning drama writ­ten by Wil­liam Ni­chol­son that poses clas­sic ques­tions about re­li­gion, pain and love, through child­hood in­no­cence and the won­der of late-flow­er­ing love. £13 to £35, Tues and Wed 8pm, Thurs 2.30pm and 8pm, Fri­day 8pm, Sat 4.45pm and 8pm.

Paul Robe­son Theatre

Paul Robe­son Theatre, Cen­treS­pace, Treaty Cen­tre, High Street, Houn­slow, TW3 1ES. Box of­fice: 0845 456 2796

Fri­day April 1 to Satur­day April 2

My Friend Peter – The Tale Of Beatrix

Potter: My Friend Peter is a fam­ily friendly folk mu­si­cal for all those who seek big ad­ven­tures in lit­tle places.

£7 or £5, fam­ily £20 (2 adults + 2 con­ces­sions), Fri 7pm, Sat 2pm.

Tues­day April 5

Pongo’s Party: fea­tur­ing the voice of CBee­bies’ Justin Fletcher (AKA Mr Tum­ble) as Pongo the Pig.

With a colour­ful farm­yard and host of love­able pup­pet char­ac­ters, Pongo’s Party is par­tic­u­larly suit­able for two to seven year olds. Today is Pongo’s birth­day but the trou­ble is, no­body seems to re­mem­ber!

Come dressed in your best party clothes, join a huge chil­dren’s band and take part in the town’s big­gest ever game of pass the par­cel. Songs in­clude: Hokey Cokey, Wheels On The Bus, I Am The Mu­sic Man and more. They use Maka­ton™ sign­ing with singing so ev­ery­one can join in. £10.50 or £9.50, fam­ily £36 (2 adults + 2 con­ces­sions), 2pm.

Questors Theatre

12 Mat­tock Lane, Lon­don, Eal­ing, W5 Box of­fice: 020 8567 5184

Fri­day April 1

The Rocky Hor­ror Pic­ture Show: Clas­sic Cinema Club presents this­clas­sic cult hor­ror-mu­si­cal movie.

This mu­si­cal com­edy lov­ingly spoofs sci-fi and hor­ror B-movies, and it soon be­came a cult clas­sic that con­tin­ues to have a fan fol­low­ing thanks to its en­joy­able ex­u­ber­ance and ir­re­sistible song and dance num­bers like The Time Warp and Sweet Trans­ves­tite.

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