THIS IS a tribute to The Who - the godfathers of modern pop music, complete with Pete Townshend's legendary stage leaping and Roger Daltrey's microphone-twirling antics.
But more than mere theatrics, Who's Who pride themselves on their raw power, passion and soul, which enables them to interpret their heroes' songs with honesty and integrity, earning them an army of fans, including Simon Townshend (brother of Pete).
Widely regarded as the closest anyone will ever get to evoking the feeling and energy of The Who at their noisy peak.
what? Who's Who
where? Tropic at Ruislip, Ruislip social Club, Grosvenor Vale, Ruislip
when? Friday, March 19, 9.30pm (doors open at 8.30pm)
cost? £12 (£10 in advance)
contact: 01784 460 094
Whodunnit and dinner
A MURDER mystery challenge in which you play Poirot! It is not all work and no play, though, as there is also time for a three-course meal in the surroundings of a working stage.
The theme of the evening is Murder on the Wrong Track.
When Charles Sommerfield is sent to Italy under the guise of his father-in-law, everything seems normal, but with espionage around every corner, an empire to save and a fiancée to keep in check, life could not be more challenging!
The dinner menu includes goat's cheese tartlet, minted lamb cutlets or roasted butternut squash risotto, crème brûlée for dessert, rounded off with coffee and mints.
what? Murder mystery evening
where? Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes
when? Friday, March 19, 7.30pm
contact: Box office 020 8561 8371
INNOCENCE lurks behind the devilish smirk of comedian Tom Stade, who hails from wild suburban Canada and recently enjoyed success with Michael McIntyre's Comedy Roadshow.
A happy camper living in a world where happy people hang out and party, the funnyman has been described as a 'surfer-boy philosopher' who 'pushes the limits of taste just far enough to not come over as outright dangerous'.
With support from the award-winning Rob Deering.
what? Tom Stade and Rob Deering
where? Comedy Bunker, Ruislip Golf Centre, Ickenham
when? Wednesday, March 24, 8.45pm
Get creative with textiles
CREATIVE textile artists Momtaz BegumHossain, who recently appeared on BBC Two series Mastercraft, and Claire Montgomerie return to Northwood to host another day of craft and dance for people aged 50 and over.
They will be joined by multi-talented dancer Maria De Luz Ghoumrassi, of the Green Candle Dance Company.
After watching demonstrations, participants will take part in personalised craft projects or join a simple and relaxed dance workshop - or both!
Advance booking is essential.
what? Craft and Dance for the over-50s
where? St John's Church Hall, Northwood
when? Saturday, March 20, 10am
contact: 01628 675 800
A pastiche on life in Russia
FIDDLER on the Roof, the life-affirming tale of Tevye, a poor milkman whose love, pride and faith help him face the oppression of turn-of-the-century Tsarist Russia, is being brought to life by local amateur dramatics group, Pastiche Musical Theatre.
Tevye faces difficult decisions as his daughters blossom into women, find love and flee the nest.
This long-time favourite includes the classic songs If I Were a Rich Man and Sunrise, Sunset.
what? Fiddler on the Roof
where? Compass Theatre, Glebe Avenue, Ickenham
when? From today (Wednesday) until Saturday, March 20, 7.30pm (plus 2.30pm Saturday)
cost? £12 (£10 concessions)
contact: Box office 01895 673 200 or 020 8848 8265