ONE: The Songs of Sister Act
THE famous songs from the film Sister Act will be performed at a theatre where the smash hit songs are set to keep the audience entertained.
This high energy concert is a must see show this season and will be starring The London Community Gospel Choir and the singer Rowetta Satchell, who starred in ITV's X Factor in 2004.
The show will be held at the Beck Theatre in Grange Road, Hayes on May 6, at 7.30pm. It will include songs such as Oh Happy Day, Joyful Joyful, Shout, Ain't No Mountain High Enough, Hail Holy Queen and many more.
What? The Songs of Sister Act
Where? The Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes
When? May 6 at 7.30pm
Cost? Tickets £20
TWO: Salsa classes
PEOPLE are invited to put on their dancing shoes and join a salsa class which is currently being run at a bar.
Baroosh in High Street, Uxbridge is offering the lessons every Monday for beginners and intermediates.
The classes will be on at 7.30pm to 9.15pm and tickets are £6.
The event offers you a great chance to learn how to salsa, as well as keep fit and meet people.
THREE: Japanese art
THIS spring the Royal Academy of Arts will present an exhibition on one of the greatest Japanese print artists, Utagawa Kuniyoshi.
The gallery is featuring more than 150 works by the artist. This is the first major exhibition in the United Kingdom on Kuniyoshi since 1961.
Kuniyoshi was one of the key artists to dominate 19th century printmaking in Japan.
What? Kuniyoshi Exhibition
Where? Royal Academy of Arts in Burlington House, Piccadilly, London
When? The exhibition is on until June 7
Cost? Tickets are £10.50 for adults, £9.50 concessions, £8.50 for students and £5.50 for those on Income Support
A DRAMA filled with cockney humour and tuneful songs which retells the story of the first women's strike. Matchgirls is based on protests which arose from poor pay and conditions endured by women at their match factory. The show will be on at the Compass Theatre in Glebe Avenue, Ickenham from Wednesday to Sunday at 7.45pm and includes a matinee on Saturday and Sunday at 2.30pm.
Where? The Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham
When? From today to May 3
Cost? Adults £12, for senior citizens and students £10
FIVE: The Uxbridge Comedy Club
ENJOY an evening of laughter at a brand new comedy club which aims to offer shows from some of the finest stand-up comedians in the country.
The Uxbridge Comedy Club is being introduced by a nationwide chain called Laughing Horse Comedy, and will be held on the first Saturday of every month at the Abrook Arms on Harefield Road, starting this weekend.
During the warm weather the event will be held on the pub's terrace.
On its opening night the show will include comedian Andrew Lawrence, who will headline the show alongside Suzy Bennet. It will also include North London's finest grumpy middle-aged man Marc Lucero and Joanne Lau.
For more information contact 01895 234 360.
What? Launch of Uxbridge Comedy Club
Where? Abrook Arms, Harefield Road, Uxbridge
When? Starts May 2 at 7.30pm
Cost? Tickets are £8.