Evening of comedy with Omar Hamdi, Kiran Morjaria, Sukh Ojla and Hyde Panaser.
Sun 27 Oct
Magdalena Tul has made it through to the Regional Finals of the prestigious Open Mic UK music competition and will now be performing at the next stage hoping to make it through to the Grand Final at The O2 in London.
You can help her make dreams come true! Just come to The Beck Theatre 26th Oct. and vote on your ticket on Magdalena Tul and her song City of Angels.
The Regional finals take the best acts from across London to compete for a place in competitions Area Finals and just one performance away from the competitions Grand Final within The 02 in London
Open Mic UK 2019 is the biggest search for unsigned talent in the UK. Auditions are held all over the country every year in search for the UK’s best singers, singer-songwriters, rappers and vocalists of all genres performing either covers or their own original material.
Sat 26 Oct
Surreal and deadpan one-liners from the Canadian stand-up and TV regular, as seen on Mock The Week and Live At The Apollo.
Wed 23 Oct
I am joining forces with the talented guitarist and singer, Jordan Divers again to perform for a place at the O2 on Saturday the 26th October 2019! We call ourselves T.S.G (The Switch Group) because we are always switching up between Rap, Rock, Blues, Acoustic & Beat Driven Music as well as Members and Special Guests. There will also be many other awesome performers on the night. It's a competition!
If you are available to come we would really appreciate your support as the amount of people that come for each act impacts on their chances of going through to the next round of the competition. Each audience member gets 2 votes and we hope to be good enough to earn 1… fingers crossed ha ha.
Tickets cost: £10 (ALL TICKETS MUST BE PURCHASED BEFORE THE DAY OF THE EVENT). Eventbrite charge a fee for using their platform which is why it is showing as £11.37 Transport: Feel free to travel as you wish but you can get an Uber for 6 for about £8 per person from Central London direct to the venue. Going home is up to you but we will probably visit a few pubs after for some drinks in Hayes.
Sat 26 Oct
Built in 1977 by Hillingdon Borough Council with a bequest from Councillor Alfred Beck, the Beck was purpose-built as a community-focused theatre
After being threatened with closure in 1984, it was saved by a local petition and was taken over two years later by Charles Vance. It is now run by HQ Theatres, running shows on behalf of the council.
The theatre survived an attempted IRA bombing in 1991.
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