Grange Road, Hayes, UB8 2UE. Box office: 020 8561 8371. www.becktheatre.org.uk Thursday July 21
Johnny Cash Roadshow: Endorsed by the Cash family and fronted by awardwinning singer/songwriter Clive John. The show journeys from the 1950s up to 2002. All the greatest hits such as Walk The Line, Folsom Prison Blues and A Thing Called Love are included, plus songs from the latest album Out Among The Stars and accompanied by evocative screen images. £21, 7.30pm. Friday July 22 The Overtones: a five-piece British-Irish doo-wop boy band from London. They were discovered by a Warner Brothers talent scout while working as decorators in a shop near Oxford Street, singing during their tea break. Their album Good Ol’ Fashioned Love reached number four in the UK chart. £32.50, 8pm. Sunday July 24 O Re Maajhi – A Musical Journey Of
Bollywood Songs: a tribute to the great Bengali music directors Anil Biswas, Salil Chaudhry, Hemant Kumar, S.D.Burman and R.D.Burman. Hits of the classic Bollywood era. £17.50 to £50, 6pm.
Glebe Avenue, Ickenham, UB10 8PD. Box office: 01895 673 200 www.compasstheatre.co.uk Thursday July 21 to Saturday July 23
A Chorus of Disapproval: a classic comedy farce by Alan Ayckbourn. The Chameleons as they take you into the wonderful world of Alan Ayckbourn with his classic farce focusing on the activities of Pendon Amateur Light Operatic Society.
Recently widowed Guy is a friendly chap whose only character flaw is his inability to say “no”, which stands him in good stead when he joins the society. Advances from the cast and chorus lead to him forging some more unwelcome relationships which he simply cannot resist. £10 or £12, 7.30pm plus Sat at 2.30pm
Theatre Royal Windsor
Thames Street, Windsor, SL4 1PS. Box Office: 01753 853 888 www.theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk now until Saturday July 23
Tap Factory: A dazzling dance spectacular and cirque experience, using many genres of dance in a contemporary urban setting. Tap Factory is a show where the rhythm never stops. This amazing fully choreographed spectacular features mind blowing live percussion, and gorgeous male dancers and acrobats to set your pulses racing. Audiences will be amazed and thrilled by this high octane spectacular. This is a family show for all ages. £13 to £29, Wed to Sat 8pm, Thurs 2.30pm, Sat 4.45pm. Tuesday July 26 The Elvis Years: An outstanding musical production telling the incredible story of the ‘king of rock and roll.’ With a top line-up of actor-musicians, multiple costumes and nostalgic film footage, this glittering two-hour production charts the musical and emotional highs and lows of Elvis’ amazing journey from poor teenager in Mississippi through the army, Hollywood and finally the legendary Las Vegas concerts. £13 to £35, 8pm.
Lyric Square, King St, London W6 0QL. Box office: 020 8741 6850 www.lyric.co.uk now until Sunday September 4
Bugsy Malone: Back following a sell out run last year. With electrifying choreography and featuring all the classic songs from Oscar-winning writer Paul Williams including Bad Guys, My Name is Tallulah and So You Wanna Be a Boxer. £15 to £40, for dates and times visit website.
Paul Robeson Theatre
Treaty Centre, Hounslow, TW3 1ES. Box office: 0845 456 2796 hounslowartscentre.co.uk now until Sunday July 24
Punjabi Boy: an award-winning play written by Amman Paul Singh Brar. Can Gary (Gurinder) find his place in the world in France or back home in Hounslow? For full times and prices see website. Tuesday July 26
Hairy Maclary and Friends: This made its debut at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2010 with a sold out run of 25 shows, with extra dates added due to popular demand. 2011 saw the show embark on a UK tour, including dates in London, Lancaster, St Andrews and a hugely successful return to the Edinburgh Fringe. Suitable for ages two to five. £10, £8 or Family ticket £32, 2pm or 4pm.
12 Mattock Lane, London, Ealing, W5 Box office: 020 8567 5184 www.questors.org.uk to Sunday July 23
Stags and Hens: a raucous comedy of gender rivalry by Willy Russell. It’s the late 70s, and fiances, Linda and Dave, have accidentally decided to hold their stag and hen nights in the same disco on the same night. Then Linda’s ex-boyfriend turns up to remind her what she missed ... and then all Linda’s mates get involved.
The action unfolds in the ladies’ and gents’ toilets. This is a raucous, vulgar and hilariously funny play, presented by second year students from our Questors Academy Student Group. Suitable for ages 14+ (contains adult language). £9 to £17, Sat 7.45pm, Sun 2.30pm, Tues to Sat 7.45pm. Monday July 18 to Thursday July 21 The Brit Youth Theatre presents
School’s Out!: Song and dance from the after-school club with the children of St Gregory’s Primary School, Ealing. This revue includes songs from Oliver, Footloose, High School Musical, Annie, Merrily We Roll Along and more. Feel-good, stirring fun. £10 or £8, 7.30pm.