stage & screen
Grange Road, Hayes, UB8 2UE. Box office: 020 8561 8371. www.becktheatre.org.uk Wednesday July 27
Hellfire Comedy Club: Great comedy on your doorstep with the most exciting up-and-coming comedians on the circuit. The comedy night returns with a line-up of the hottest comedians and a tasty menu. £7.50 or Meal Deal £11. 7.30pm. Friday July 29
T J Higgs - Medium: star of Psychic Private Eyes, The Three Mediums and Colin Fry Live with TJ Higgs returns to Hayes. £18.50, 7.30pm Saturday July 30 Rebelution: an event put together to celebrate the 10th year anniversary of Rebelstar Records as well the growth of the independent industry as a whole. Live performances by MC SAI, Kutti Hari, TeeJay, Public Enemies RSR and other well known independent artists to be announced soon. £15 or £30, 6pm. Sunday July 31 Rafi Night: Remembering the most Versatile and Famous Bollywood Singer The Legend Mohd Rafi, on his 36th Death Anniversary. YAF Music Production presents an unforgettable evening of evergreen hits from Rafi Sahab, Led by renowned singer Muhammed Fahad Accompanied by Anila Gohil and London’s best Live musicians. £15 to £25, 7pm Film - Me Before You (12A): starring Emilia Clarke, Sam Claflin and Charles Dance. Lou, an aimless 26-year-old finds her latest job as carer for a paralysed man.
Adapted from the best-selling novel. £6 or set meal deal £11.50, 7.30pm.
Theatre Royal Windsor
Thames Street, Windsor, SL4 1PS. Box Office: 01753 853 888 www.theatreroyalwindsor.co.uk Wednesday July 27
Johnny Cash Revisited: A musical rollercoaster spanning 5 decades of incredible music by ‘The Man in Black’. £13 to £35, 8pm. Thursday July 28
Swing ’N’ Sinatra: Swing-along with songs from Glenn Miller, Sinatra, Basie and Ella Fitzgerald. £13 to £35, 2.30pm.
The Dolly Show: This brilliant live show captures the voice, verve and voluptuousness of the Dolly Parton. And she is supported by some of the UK’s finest musicians. Dolly’s greatest hits combine with flawless comic timing. £13 to £35, 8pm. Friday July 29 Motown Hits Show: Ex Drifters member Roy G Hemmings’ Motown Hits Show. £13 to £35, 8pm. Saturday July 30 The Wit and Songs of Noel Coward: With gems such as A Bar on The Piccola Marina, Don’t Let’s Be Beastly To The Germans, Mrs Worthington, There Are Bad Times Just Around The Corner and Mad Dogs & Englishmen. £13 to £35, 2.30pm. Tuesday August 2 to Sunday
West Side Story: A professional creative team working alongside the best young talent in the community, this is a must-see. £11 to £27, 7pm, Thurs, Sat Sun 2.30pm.
Lyric Square, King St, London W6 0QL. Box office: 020 8741 6850 www.lyric.co.uk now until Sunday September 4
Bugsy Malone: Critically acclaimed production of Bugsy Malone is back following a sell-out run last year. With electrifying choreography and featuring all the classic songs and action. £15 to £40, various times. Friday and Saturday July 29-30
Half Of Me: A new play for young people by Satinder Chohan “do you know how hard it is to look in the mirror each day See a stranger in your face?” A poetically written piece about a girl born by assisted reproductive technologies. Ages 12+ £6 or £8, 8pm.
Winston Churchill Hall
Pinn Way, Manor Farm, Ruislip, HA4 7QL. Box Office: 01895 678 800 hillingdontheatres.uk Saturday July 30 ROS StageWorks Summer School presents High School Musical Junior: The brainiacs, the athletes, the thespians and the skater dudes – can they learn to get along? Will music bring the school clans together at East High? Infectious fun. £4 or £8, 2.30pm and 5pm.
Paul Robeson Theatre
Treaty Centre, Hounslow, TW3 1ES. Box office: 0845 456 2796 hounslowartscentre.co.uk Thursday July 28 Comedy Night: Tez Ilyas, George Rigden and Jake Lambert. £10, 7.30pm. Saturday July 30
Samaya Drisya: The drama highlights the tragedy, suffering and dire situation that Nepal had to endure and overcome from the earthquake in 2015 and its aftermath. £10 to £25, 7.30pm. Monday August 1 Countermeasure: Upbeat a cappella, ensemble from Canada. £8 or £10, 7.30pm
12 Mattock Lane, London, Ealing, W5 Box office: 020 8567 5184 www.questors.org.uk Thursday July 28 to Saturday July 30 Artists Theatre School presents Table: A drama of belonging and identity telling the story of one family over 200 years. Suitable for ages 16+. Strong language. £15, 7.30pm. Monday August 1 n No Pictures Please presents Broken
by Matthew Lyon: Boy meeteth girl. Boy loseth girl. Boy bareth soul. Set in London and centred on the end of a relationship, Broken fuses Shakespeare with modern dialogue and is an expressionistic satire on the highs and lows of falling in, and out, of love. £5, 7.45pm