Until Saturday October 15
n Season’s Greetings: Alan Ayckbourn’s comedy casts two former Eastenders, Glynis Barber and Ricky Groves, as well as Denis Lill, Mathew Bose, Christopher Timothy and Jenny Funnell. Laughs a plenty from the colourful cast, a frustrated wife, seductive stranger, eccentric uncles and a mechanical monkey. 7.30pm, Wednesday and Saturday 2.30pm, tickets start at £16.
Wednesday October 12
n Cannon and Ball: Tommy and Bobby come together again as the baby boom generation’s Ant and Dec. Stronger than ever after 40 years in the business. 7.30pm, £19.
Thursday October 13
n Sensational 60s Experience: The Tremeloes, Herman’s Hermits, Union Gap and The Dreamers come together to play some classics from a golden era. 7.30pm, £23.
Friday October 14
n Mike Osman: The Capital Gold legend is back to showcase his own brand of humour. Not suitable for children. 7.30pm, £21.
Saturday October 15
n Magic A Kind of Queen: Billed as the first and still the best Queen tribute act, the band recreates the explosive energy of the original line-up.
Monday October 17
n An Evening of Mediumship with TV psychic Tony Stockwell: Popular psychic delves into a mysterious world. 7.30pm, £19.50, £21.50
Tuesday October 18
n In Love With Dance: Irish dance sensations accompanied by some of the best musical talent in the world of whistles, uillean pipes, accordion, banjo and guitars. 7.30pm, £19, £21.
Saturday October 15
n Goldilocks and the Three Bears: Traditional tale of trespass and petty theft presented with a twist. A ringmaster, cook and nasty baron are added to the panto-style mix. 1pm and 4pm, £7.
WATFORD PALACE THEATRE
Friday October 7 to Saturday October 22
n Family Business: World premiere of Julian Mitchell’s production of a warm and funny play about retired William, who invites his children to celebrate his birthday in rural Wales. The story centres around their complex relationships and hidden agendas. 7.40pm, except Tuesday, October 11, which starts at 7pm, £11.50.
THEATRE ROYAL WINDSOR
Sunday October 16
n Rollin Stoned: Although Mick Jagger can still shake his hips, tribute acts are still rolling across the world. This one is one of the best in the business. 7.30pm, tickets start at £13
Tuesday October 18 to Saturday October 22
n Britain’s Got Bhangra: A history of British Bhangra music since the 80s. Wednesday to Saturday 8pm, Thursday 2.30pm, Saturday 4.45pm, tickets start at £13
Tuesday October 11 to Saturday October 15
n Harrow Light Opera Company presents Half a Sixpence: The story of shop clerk Arthur Kipps’s good and bad fortunes as he goes from poverty to wealth and back to poverty. Evenings 7.45pm, 2.30pm matinee Saturday, £14.50 adults, £13.50 concessions.