What's on this weekend, 9th and 10th February, 2019

Purcell School Chamber Choir

Chamber Choir perform In the Beginning by Aaron Copland, alongside the PRISM Ensemble who will perform Pauline Oliveros' Wind Horse, and Paul Newland's 12.04.19. In addition, PRISM Ensemble will perform new music composed by Purcell School students.

Stanborough Park Church, 609 St Albans Road, Watford, Saturday, February 9, 7.30pm. Details: 07908 362431

Matt Ford’s Sing, Sing, Swing

Matt Ford and his band perform the hits of Frank Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Sammy Davis Jnr, Tony Bennett, Michael Buble, Dean Martin, Matt Monro and many more. Matt Ford is known as the finest Big Band singer in the UK and has performed as the lead singer with The John Wilson Orchestra. This show presents Matt at his best, an engaging personality, singing some of the best songs around.

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Sunday, February 10, 5pm. Details: 01923859291 radlettcentre.co.uk

Classical Concert

A selection of music from Dowland, Schubert, Legnani and Britten from tenor Joel Williams and guitarist Michael Butten.

Lady Chapel, St. Albans Cathedral, St Albans, Saturday, February 9, 1pm. Details: 07557143957 philbardsley@hotmail.com

Bing! Live

Bing and his friends are coming to Watford Colosseum in the first ever Bing stage show. Join Bing, Sula, Coco and Pando as they find out how to tell stories by pretending, dressing-up and singing songs. Flop and Amma are there to help, but in this magical world of make-believe things don’t always go according to plan. Don’t miss the chance to see your little one’s face as their favourite characters are brought to life in this brand new show. Full of fun, laughter and music, Bing Live! is the perfect first theatre trip for pre-schoolers and their families.

Watford Colosseum, Rickmansworth Road, Watford, Saturday, February 9, and Sunday, February 10, various times. Details: 01923 571102 watfordcolosseum.co.uk

I’m Not Running

I’m Not Running is an explosive new play by David Hare, premiering at the National Theatre and broadcast live to cinemas. Pauline Gibson has spent her life as a doctor, the inspiring leader of a local health campaign. When she crosses paths with her old boyfriend, a stalwart loyalist in Labour Party politics, she’s faced with an agonising decision. What’s involved in sacrificing your private life and your piece of mind for something more than a single issue? Does she dare?

Watford Palace Theatre, 20 Clarendon Road, Watford, Sunday, February 10, 2pm. Details: 01923 225671 watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk

Sooty’s Magic Show

Direct from their hit ITV series, Sooty, Sweep and Soo and TV’s Richard Cadell will amaze you with impossible tricks and sidesplitting jokes. Be astounded at Sooty's flying car, Soo’s singing unicorn and Sweep’s levitating sausage! With special guests circus star Michael Jordan and the ultraviolet specialties of Fantasie de la Nuit.

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Saturday, February 9, 11am and 2.30pm. Details: 01923859291 radlettcentre.co.uk

Robert Newman’s Total Eclipse of Descartes

Based on the hit BBC Radio 4 series, Rob’s whirlwind tour of philosophy explores 3,000 years of good and bad ideas from Pythagoras to driverless cars, by way of levitating Buddhist monks, Pavlov’s dogs, Jean-Paul Sartre’s mum, Fat Man On A Bridge, T. Rex, Morrissey and wire monkeys. In a world gone crazy, can philosophy help?

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Saturday, February 9, 7.30pm. Details: 01923859291 radlettcentre.co.uk

Yellow Comedy

Headliner is Alex Kealy and also appearing are Rohan Ashar, Stephen Diplacito, Freya Mallard, Rhys Morgan, Pam Tilling and Trisha Timpson.

Waddington Road Coffee + Kitchen, 6 Waddington Road, St Albans, Saturday, February 9, 8pm. Details: yellowcomedy.com