stage & screen

Harefield Gazette - - LEISURE -

Beck The­atre

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

Au­gust 7

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 Ham­mer­smith

Lyric Square, King St, Lon­don W6 0QL. Box of­fice: 020 8741 6850 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 hilling­donthe­ 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 houn­slowarts­cen­ 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

Questors The­atre

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

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