Tales from the Vicarage Live returns to Watford Palace Theatre next month with tickets going on sale tomorrow morning at 10am.

The event, which will take place on Tuesday, March 14, is the fifth to be held at the historic venue in the town centre and again features key characters from Watford FC's past.

The latest line-up includes Tales from the Vicarage Live first timer Kenny Jackett and returning successes Luther Blissett, Sean Dyche and Tony Coton plus other special guests.

The show, which has sold out quickly every year, will be hosted again by TV presenter and lifelong Watford fan Adam Leventhal who is promising a slightly different format to this latest event, which is back by popular demand.

"So many people came up to me after the show in November and said that we should do more events - so I wanted to make sure that we listened to our loyal supporters and make sure those who missed out on a ticket get the chance to come to what we hope will be another cracking night," said Leventhal.

"I also want to give the audience more control over what avenues we go down and what subjects we cover on the evening so it's going to include some extra interactive elements which will change the offering once again."

Leventhal, who is the director of Tales From who publish the books and produce the events, said: "I'm so happy once again with this latest line-up. Sean and Tony are back after featuring and excelling in the first and most recent events respectively.

"It's also great to be able to feature one of the most popular names in Watford's history Kenny Jackett, it's a real honour for us to have him on board. Plus we'll have a few surprises for the audience as always."

The last event in November was the launch of the latest book in the Tales from the Vicarage series which is now five volumes strong.

He added: "Once again with every ticket you will receive a copy of a Tales from the Vicarage book, but we're going to give people the choice to receive any of the five books to fill in the gaps in their collection or to start the series for a friend or family member."

Ticket prices have been frozen for the second year running and will be priced between £20-35.

The event, which will last for about two hours, starts at 7:30pm.

Tickets will go on sale from the Watford Palace Theatre box office at 10am tomorrow by calling 01923 225671 or via www.watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk.