Top 5 things to do in south-east London and north Kent, January 28 to February 3 (From News Shopper)
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Top 5 things to do in south-east London and north Kent, January 28 to February 3
Follow News Shopper’s weekly guide for five fab things to do over the next seven days.
Dartford: Boogie Nights – The 70s Musical In Concert, The Orchard, January 31 to February 2
Spend an evening partying with The Osmonds and Gareth Gates as jukebox musical Boogie Nights arrives at The Orchard.
The show includes no less then 70 of your favourite hits from the 70s. Chico will be displaying his best moves to the audience as he dances to classics like Le Freak, while EastEnders sweetheart Louisa Lytton will belt out classics such as I Will Survive.
Shane Richie Junior and X Factor finalist Andy Abraham are also a part of this fantastic all-star cast in this heart-warming and comical show.
For further information or to book tickets visit orchardtheatre.co.uk or call the ticket office on 01322 220000.
Bromley: My Week With Marilyn, Langley FilmBox, Bromley Hall, January 30, 7.30pm
Langley FilmBox is back giving you the unique chance to see the beautiful flick, My Week With Marilyn, on the big screen this Wednesday at Bromley Hall.
The divine film is based on Colin Clarke who got close to the amazing Marilyn Monroe as she came to England to film The Prince and the Showgirl in 1954.
The star-studded film includes Judi Dench, Emma Watson, Eddie Redmayne and Zoe Wannamaker.
Tickets: Members £3.50 for up to two tickets, non-members £7.For more info on FilmBox and to book tickets visit LangleyFilmbox.wordpress.com
Bexley: I'm a Victorian Get Me Out of Here!, Hall Place and Gardens, February 2, 11am-12noon
Join Queen Victoria’s official rat catcher Mr Jack Black as he is on guard for a new apprentice.
Suffering some of the worst known jobs to history, Jack’s had to endure some disgusting and exhausting experiences. This pleasurable show is part of National Storytelling Week and inspires audiences to not only learn but to have fun at the same time.
All tickets must be booked in advance. Admission: £7 adults, £5 children. Please note this event is unsuitable for under-7s. Call 01322 621238 or log onto bexleyheritagetrust.org.uk
Catford: The Sinatra Years, The Broadway Theatre, January 30, 2pm
Get down to The Broadway this Wednesday for an afternoon of musical magic.
Featuring the fabulous Tony Jacobs with the Jim Barry Quintet, this performance does not aim to mirror any other artists and will have you swinging in your seat.
An exhibition of Sinatra classics along with some other very popular artists and tracks will be presented - an overall perfect mid-week treat.
Orpington: Rock n Roller, The Walnuts Leisure, February 1, 6:45pm
Get your skates on this Friday evening as Orpington’s favourite roller disco is back!
A live DJ will be bringing you top chart tunes along with disco classics as you skate around the specially designed rink.
This is an event designed for teens and families. Under-11s must be accompanied. Visit rocknrollerdisco.com
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