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Bill Bailey: Qualmpeddler
The master of surreality airs his qualms and doubts about the world via a charming blend of religious dubstep, horntallica and an interesting new musical take on Downton Abbey.
Hellfire Comedy Club
Guest acts take to the stage for an evening of laughter.
Jimmy Carr: Gagging Order
The deadpan one presents his new crude, rude, but clever show, no doubt packed with puns aplenty and jokes that teeter on the verge of acceptability.
Jimmy Greaves: Talk
The East Ham-born former-footballer and pundit, known as the greatest goal-scorer in English footballing history, discusses his life and career.
A three course meal, music and live entertainment.
Les Mckeown's Bay City Rollers
A glam rock blast from the (troubled) past.
Milkshake Live! Come Out To Play
Starring Milkshake! favourites: Little Princess and Scruff, Noddy and Tessie Bear, Roary and Big Chris, Fifi and Bumble and B1 & B2 the Bananas in Pyjamas, this musical spectacular is sure to have children tapping their toes, clapping their hands and singing at the top of their voices.
The Moody Blues, The Hollies, Cliff Richard, The Manfreds
Rock and 1960s British invasion pop, with elements of progressive rock and psychedelia from the veteran outfit known for the songs Go Now, Question and Nights In White Satin.
Wed 29 May
£17.50–£19.50 / 0845 075 3993
Professor Green's ascent from underground hero to mainstream star reaches a new pinnacle with the release of Alive Till I'm Dead through Virgin Records. Following hot on the heels of his Number three hit single I Need You Tonight, a zeitgeist addressing reconstruction of the INXS hit Need You Tonight, Alive Till I'm Dead…
Ready Steady Cook Live
Watch the red peppers and green tomatoes fly at this live food show.
An afternoon dance session.
Three men who have taken on the role of the Phantom – Earl Carpenter, Matt Cammelle and Stephen John Davis – along with Rebecca Caine, perform songs from the musical.
Watford Philharmonic Society: Gershwin
- Directed by: Terry Edwards (cond)
- Written by: Gershwin
Terry Edwards conducts various works by Gershwin. With soprano Wendy Nieper, baritone Njabulo Madlala and pianist James Sherlock.