If you want an interesting night out get yourself down to the Watford Palace Theatre to see 'Reasons to be Cheerful'.
This is part gig and part play, a great combination, and is a coming of age tale directed by Jenny Sealey, the Joint Artistic Director of the 2012 Paralympics Opening Ceremony.
It features Ian Dury and the Blockhead's greatest hits, such as 'Sex and Drugs and Rock and Roll', 'Sweet Gene Vincent', 'Spasticus Autisticus' and 'Hit Me with Your Rhythm Stick'.
It will be running from Tuesday 13 to 17 March.
Rumour is Watford Palace Theatre's free membership scheme for everyone aged 16 - 25. Members get theatre tickets for just £5, available on Tuesday nights, the chance to see any film, any time for just £4 (£5 for 3D films) and 20% off all food and drink in their Cafe and Bar.
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My name is Pip Osmont and I help with the running of The Best of Watford. When I'm not doing this I enjoy lots of activities including horse riding, walking, sailing (recently across the Atlantic), skiing...