One-man show from David Baddiel about his interactions with internet trolls.
Thu 12 Mar
Born in Georgia in 1944, the legendary Gladys Knight began singing with her siblings at age 8, calling themselves “The Pips”.
The group opened for many R&B legends in the 1950s before heading to Motown. There started the legend that became Gladys Knight & The Pips.
In 1996, Gladys Knight & the Pips were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and in 2007, Knight received the Society of Singers ELLA Award at which time she was declared the ‘Empress of Soul’. She is currently listed on Rolling Stone’s list of the Greatest Singers of All Time.
Capturing the essence of the Multi Award Winning Ms Gladys Knight, Hayley Ria Christian portrays her, capturing the true magic that Gladys Knight provides on stage.
Featuring the hit songs like ‘Baby Don’t Change Your Mind’, ‘Help Me Make it Through the Night’, ‘Try to Remember/The Way We Were’, ‘Part Time Love’, ‘Licence To Kill’ and her signature tune ‘Midnight Train To Georgia’.
This production is definitely not a tribute but a faithful portrayal and pays homage to the Empress of Soul, the one and only Ms Gladys Knight.
“Simply one of the most high-quality productions and portrayals I have seen.” Mark Ritchie, UK Cabaret Magazine
Fri 21 Feb
The comedian and TV presenter returns.
Sat 29 Feb
Absurd one-liners from telly regular Jones.
Thu 26 Mar
Celebrate a golden era of music and laughter as we remember the songs and stars of the fabulous fifties and swinging sixties!
This sparkling, foot-tapping, feel-good show evokes the wonderful mix of entertainment that accompanied the optimistic youth of the postwar generation, and is packed with nearly fifty singalong hits.
Musical entertainers Andy Eastwood and Pete Lindup bring us songs from not only the Rock ‘n’ Roll stars like Bill Haley and Buddy Holly, but variety artists such as Morecambe and Wise, and even George Formby, while vocalist Maggie O’Hara pays tribute to Connie Francis, The Seekers and Doris Day. They are joined by special guest star Lonnie Donegan Jnr, son of the legendary ‘King of Skiffle’, so influential in the British music scene. Lonnie will bring back nostalgic memories of his father with all the big hit songs.
Accompanied by the David Carter Band, this will be a memorable afternoon of wonderful live music and variety. Why not bring a party?
Wed 26 Feb
One of Britain's most famous radio DJs commemorates the time he has spent on the airwaves in his autobiography, 'Poptastic!: My Life in Radio'.
Sat 1 Feb
A tribute show that spans Pink Floyd's back-catalogue from Dark Side to The Division Bell.
Thu 30 Jan
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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