Just the Ticket: May 30, 2014

Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.

Your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead.

First published in News

Here's your guide to some of the best things to do in the week ahead:

 

  • A Winter’s Tale

A family is torn apart by jealousy. Shakespeare’s tale is retold in Howard Goodall and Nick Stimson’s musical version by Mountview acting students.

Bernie Grant Arts Centre, Town Hall Approach Road, Tottenham Green, June 4-7, 2pm and 7.30pm. Details: 020 8365 5450, berniegrantcentre.co.uk

 

  • Skewbald Children’s Theatre Festival

Enfield Independent:

Skewbald return this half term with their own festival, jam-packed with the best children’s theatre companies. Enjoy Monty and Mirabella’s The Little Things, A Little Bit Productions presents A Little Bit of Dickens, Another Way Theatre brings The Wabbit King and it ends with Skewbald’s new show, The Frog Prince.

Dugdale Centre, Thomas Hardy House, London Road, Enfield, until June 1. Details: 020 8807 6680, dugdalecentre.co.uk

 

  • London Gay Men’s Chorus – up Close and Personal

Enfield Independent:

Celebrating the recent opening of the Arthouse, this ensemble presents a show full of breathtaking harmonies and showstopping vocals, featuring its trademark eclectic range of repertoire, with a cinematic twist. The programme will include: Titanium (from the film Pitch Perfect), Let the River Run (Working Girl) and Both Sides Now (Love Actually).

ArtHouse, Tottenham Lane, Crouch End, June 1, 7.30pm. Details: arthousecrouchend.co.uk

 

  • Stacey Kent

Grammy Award nominated Stacey Kent’s jazz style is unparalleled. Featuring songs from her new album Dreamer in Concert, the winner of the British Jazz Award for Best Vocalist and Album of the Year delivers fresh interpretations of some of the most emblematic songs in her repertoire, including The Best Is Yet To Come, They Can’t Take That Away From Me and It Might As Well Be Spring.

Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street, Edmonton, June 4, 7.45pm. Details: 020 8807 6680, millfieldtheatre.co.uk

 

  • The Reflections

After years of touring and recording with some of the most iconic bands in the world, The Reflections perform some of the best British rock and pop music of a generation. This all-star band comprises a drummer Gordy Marshall (The Moody Blues), Mick Wilson (lead Singer of 10CC), keyboardist and singer Paul Bliss (The Moody Blues and The Hollies), and bassist and singer Marcus Cliffe (The Manfreds and Huw Davies).

Millfield Arts Centre, Silver Street, Edmonton, June 6, 7.45pm. Details: 020 8807 6680, millfieldtheatre.co.uk

 

For a full list of events, see the Just the Ticket pages in this week's Independent Series newspapers in print or online here.

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