PUBLISHED: 15:46 17 January 2008 | UPDATED: 14:08 02 July 2010
THE BROADWAY Theatre, Barking 020 8507 5607 January 19: Selfish Crocodile ENJOY the last of the winter chill with this magical production of a children s story. Youngsters aged 4-7 will love the antics of this croc who stops his fellow forest creatures dr
THE BROADWAY Theatre, Barking
020 8507 5607
January 19: Selfish Crocodile
ENJOY the last of the winter chill with this magical production of a children's story.
Youngsters aged 4-7 will love the antics of this croc who stops his fellow forest creatures drinking from the river.
Until one day a brave mouse and a painful toothache show that a little act of kindness can go a long way.
THE QUEEN'S Theatre, Hornchurch
January 22-26: Godspell
TRADITIONAL hymns meet modern music when the Queen's Theatre opens its doors to the ever-popular religious rock musical.
Shenfield Operatic Society bring cult favourite and 70s classic Godspell to the Billet Lane Venue next week, promising a night of toe-tapping entertainment for all.
KENNETH More Theatre, Ilford
020 8553 4466
Until February 2: Jack and the Beanstalk
Kenneth More's 33rd annual panto has proved one of its most popular, and still has two more weeks to run.
This year it's been the classic tale of poor lad Jack, who trades the family cow for a handful of magic beans.
Tickets: £11.50, £10 cons
CLIFFS Pavilion, Southend
01702 351 135
January 20: The Elvis Collection
BILLY McGregor and his amazing 10-piece band pay home to the King for one-night only on Sunday night.
Two hours of Elvis' best-loved recordings will fill the Cliffs' ample auditorium under the impressive direction of Alan Wearmouth
THAMESIDE Theatre, Grays
01375 383 961
February 15: An Evening with Donna Stewart
THE SPIRIT world descends upon Thurrock for one night only, as popular medium, Diane Stewart brings her remarkable talent to the Thameside Theatre.
The clairvoyant promises an inspirational evening where some may be reunited with their departed loved ones
THE ORCHARD Theatre, Dartford
January 17: Circus of Horrors
FOLLOWING the fluffiness of panto comes something slightly more shocking for Dartford in 2008.
A bunch of bizarre, grotesque, and outrageous routines and acrobatics will keep the audience glued to their seats and howling with laughter throughout this performance.
CHELMSFORD Civic Theatre, Chelmsford
January 18: Oh, Whistle...Two Ghost Stories by M R James
ROBERT Lloyd Perry reads two classic tales from the master of the English ghost story.
In Oh Whistle and The Ash Tree he weaves yarns of nocturnal horror and vengeance from beyond the grave along the East Anglian coast.
Suitable for anyone aged 13 and above.
Tickets: £10/£8.50 cons
BRENTWOOD Theatre, Brentwood
January 20: Remembering John Denver
A SPECIAL night in tribute to the music and memories of one of the great singer-songwriters.
The one-off performance is an evening with Wes Cardy, Steve Cherelle, and Jan Mellon, which is put together by GT Promotions.
GREENWICH Playhouse, Greenwich
January 16 - February 3: My Sister in This House
Desperate lives lead to a desperate, gruesome crime in this new production based on an infamous true story.
With no interval this murderous tale and its four-strong cast promise to captivate their audience with a spell-binding experience.
Tickets: £11/£9 (cons)
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