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Beck The­atre Wed­nes­day Jan­uary 11

Hell­fire Comedy Club: A line-up of the hottest co­me­di­ans and a tasty menu. Choose from flamin’ Bri­tish beef burg­ers or veg­gie burg­ers. Grab your­self a cool beer and then pre­pare to laugh the night away. £7.50 or meal deal £11, 7.30pm. Thurs­day Jan­uary 12 The Grum­ble­weeds Laugh­ter Show: Join leg­endary comedy act The Grum­ble­weeds for a show filled to the brim with laugh-out-loud comedy rou­tines, great singers, the­atri­cal magic and fun for all the fam­ily in this non-stop va­ri­ety spec­tac­u­lar. £19 or £21, 7.30pm. Fri­day Jan­uary 13

Roy Or­bi­son and The Trav­el­ing

Wil­burys Trib­ute Show: The late 1980s saw the birth of one of the most fa­mous and mem­o­rable su­per groups of all time The Trav­el­ing Wil­burys. Pool­ing the tal­ents of Ge­orge Har­ri­son, Roy Or­bi­son, Jeff Lyne, Tom Petty and Bob Dy­lan; the Wil­burys were a real force to be reck­oned with and cre­ated a sound so unique that there has never been any­thing quite like it. Paul Hop­kins has joined up with four very tal­ented singers and mu­si­cians who to­gether have formed this in­cred­i­ble trib­ute show. £21 or £23, 7.30pm. Sun­day Jan­uary 15

The Rat Pack with spe­cial guest

Kenny Lynch: All the great hits My Way, Mr Bo­jan­gles, New York, New York, Amore, Come Fly With Me brought by three tal­ented singers as Frank, Sammy and Dean. Spe­cial guest Kenny Lynch will be swing­ing into his hits in­clud­ing Up On The Roof and Stand By Me, plus there’s BBC mu­sic di­rec­tor Don Hunt with his orches­tra and to add even more glam­our, the stun­ning LA Show­girls. £25, 7.30pm. Mon­day Jan­uary 16 The Great Big Dance Off Lon­don Heat: The GBDO is a na­tional dance com­pe­ti­tion for pri­mary and sec­ondary schools across the coun­try. This show sees sec­ondary schools in Lon­don com­pete. r.

Dancers from each school can per­form for up to three and a half min­utes to a piece of mu­sic and style of their choos­ing. Who will take the ti­tle? £11 or £5, 4pm. Tues­day Jan­uary 17 Film – A Street Cat Named Bob (12A): Heart­warm­ing true story based on the book by James Bowen, owner of the real Bob. £7 or £6.50 or set meal deal £12.50, 7.30pm. The­atre Royal Wind­sor Thames Street, Wind­sor, SL4 1PS. Box Of­fice: 01753 853 888 www.the­atreroy­al­wind­sor.co.uk

Wed­nes­day Jan­uary 11 to Satur­day Jan­uary 21

A Judge­ment In Stone: Bill Ken­wright presents a new pro­duc­tion adapted from one of the most cel­e­brated works of the writer of­ten hailed as the suc­ces­sor to Agatha Christie.

Eu­nice strug­gles to fit in. When she joins a wealthy fam­ily as their house­keeper the very rea­son for her awk­ward­ness, long hid­den and deeply buried, leads in­ex­orably to a ter­ri­ble tale of mur­der in cold blood – on Valen­tine’s Day. Ruth Ren­dell’s bril­liant plot un­rav­els a life­time of de­ceit, de­spair and cover-ups which, when re­vealed, brings a shock­ing rev­e­la­tion al­most as griz­zly as mur­der it­self.

Star­ring Andrew Lan­cel, Sophie Ward and Mark Wynt­ner, Deb­o­rah Grant, Shirley Anne Field, Antony Costa and Ben Nealon. £16 to £32, Mon to Sat 8pm, Thurs 2.30pm, Sat 4.45pm. Lyric Ham­mer­smith Lyric Square, King St, Lon­don W6 0QL. Box of­fice: 020 8741 6850 www.lyric.co.uk Satur­day Jan­uary 14

The Tin­der­box: A rogu­ish sol­dier ac­quires a magic tin­der­box which gives him the power to sum­mon three ex­tra­or­di­nary dogs to do his bid­ding.

Watch the sol­dier’s re­mark­able roller coaster ad­ven­ture from rags to riches and back again! Will he sur­vive and win the love of the beau­ti­ful princess?

Nor­wich Pup­pet The­atre breathes new life into Hans Chris­tian Andersen’s clas­sic tale of magic, brav­ery and love with pup­petry, an­i­ma­tion and mu­sic. Suit­able for ages four to 11. £8, 11am and 1pm.

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