ONE: More dates for Harry Hill back at the Comedy Bunker
THE last few tickets remain to see acclaimed comedian Harry Hill at the Comedy Bunker.
Due to popular demand, new dates were added for the show - which promises to be a barrel of laughs. Support acts will get the audience warmed up, before Harry, famed for his big collars and satirical look at television, gets everybody giggling.
For two nights only, the people of Hillingdon can sample his unique brand of humour with two shows a night.
What? Harry Hill
Where? The Comedy Bunker,The Fairway, Ickenham Road
When? Wednesday, June 10 and Thursday, June 11, 7.30pm and 9.30pm
TWO: Harefield summer fete
ONE of the busiest summer fetes of the year will take place this weekend.
It will be opened by MP Nick Hurd, and will be a lively family day out with football tournaments and a tug of war.
There will also be a grand prize draw with a six-piece patio set up for grabs as well as a barbecue and electric garden shredder.
All proceeds will go to the St Mary's Church refurbishment fund.
What? Harefield Summer Fete
Where? The village green, Harefield
When? Saturday, June 13, noon-4pm
THREE: Adventure on Turtle Hill
TREAT the kids to a good old-fashioned puppet show, based on the story of a creature millions of years old.
Turtles have been around since the age of the dinosaurs, and this adventure on Turtle Hill tells the story of the ancient creatures through the ages.
What? Journey of Turtle
Where? Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham
When? Saturday,June 13, 11am
Cost? £6.50 for children and adults
FOUR: Henry Blofeld's one-man show
THE irresistible oneman show that is Henry Blofeld comes to The Beck, to reveal just why the cricket legend transcends his sport.
A former cricket commentator with radio's famed Test Match Special, 'Blowers' became a national institution and once vowed never to retire.
Alas, he did, but only so his thousands of fans can meet him up and down the country, and his fans in Hillingdon can expect over two hours of laughs and witty anecdotes.
What? The Loves and Laughs of Henry Blofeld
Where? Beck Theatre, Hayes
When? Monday, June 15, 7.30pm
Cost? £16, £14 concessions
FIVE: The Glebe School Summer Fete
DANCE and martial art displays will add a bit of diversity to the more traditional activities at one school fete.
The Glebe School Summer Fete takes place in Ickenham, with stalls, games, tombolas, refreshments and a barbecue on offer.
There will also be a police car and a fire engine for children to sit in.
What? Glebe School Summer Fete
Where? Glebe School, Sussex Road, Ickenham
When? Saturday, June 13, 1-4pm
Cost? 50p adults, free for OAPS and children