What's on in Watford this weekend, 7th and 8th September, 2019

The Beach Boyz Tribute Show

Come join the fun and ride the wave of adrenaline and nostalgia that will sweep you from surf and sun to hit after hit. Guaranteed to leave everyone with a smile on their face, a song in their heart and a truly memorable live music experience to cherish, this is a show you do not want to miss. Beach Boyz Tribute Band delivers a stunning show of technicolour harmonies that will take your breath away. This is a unique opportunity to hear a comprehensive selection of chart hits from America’s biggest pop band including God Only Knows, Good Vibrations, I Get Around, Surfin’ USA, California Girls, Barbara Ann and many more.

The Radlett Centre, 1 Aldenham Avenue, Radlett, Saturday, September 7, 7.30pm. Details: 01923859291 radlettcentre.co.uk

Mushy: Lyrically Speaking

An uplifting tale inspired by the true story of Musharaf Asghar (Educating Yorkshire). Mushy, a young man with a debilitating stammer, finds himself at the centre of a television documentary. In a moment of inspiration from his teacher, Mr Burton, he starts to find a rhythm in his voice through music. Social media erupts hailing it a miracle cure and both teacher and pupil become overnight celebrities. But Mushy's journey to find his voice has only just begun. Rifco Theatre Company bring you the world premiere of this heart-warming new play written by Pravesh Kumar infused with rap and lyrics by award-winning British rapper Raxstar.

Watford Palace Theatre, 20 Clarendon Road, Watford, Friday, September 6, to Sunday, September 15, various times. Details: 01923 225671 watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk

The Lion King (PG)

A lion cub prince is tricked by a treacherous uncle into thinking he caused his father's death and flees into exile in despair, only to learn in adulthood his identity and his responsibilities.

Watersmeet Theatre, High Street, Rickmansworth, Sunday, September 8, 11am, 2pm and 5pm. Details: 01923 711063 watersmeet.co.uk

The Making of a Market Town

This Keeper’s Galleries exhibition explores the theme of the market through textile art, looking at its history, products, trading links and significance to the local community. Focused on St Albans, the artworks reflect the rich tapestry of market towns across the East of England and capture their character and importance.

St Albans Museum, St Peter’s Street, St Albans, Saturday, September 7, to Sunday, November 3. Details: 01727 864 511 stalbansmuseums.org.uk

Upcycled Crafts

Local artist Victoria Culf from WRAP will run a workshop making ethnically inspired jewellery using recycled fabric from the WRAP scrapstore.

Watford Museum, Lower High Street, Watford, Saturday, September 7, 11am to 1pm. Details: 01923 233397 info@watfordmuseum.org.uk

Family Fun Day

A free open day at Cassiobury’s tennis courts, giving the whole family the chance to try the sport for free.

Cassiobury Park, Watford, Sunday, September 8, 10am to 12pm. Details: lta.org.uk

Open Day and Fun Dog Show

NAWT’s annual family open day and fun dog show promises to be an action-packed event. With over 30 stalls including giftware, raffle, books, grab a bargain for your pet as well as for yourself. There will be a special farmyard world with a petting farm and games for children, hot food and delicious homemade cakes, a dog agility course and fun dog show.

National Animal Welfare Trust, Tylers Way, Watford, Saturday, September 7, 11am to 4pm. Details: 02089500177 reception@nawt.org.uk

Virtual Reality Spacewalk

Soar through space with this epic reading challenge VR experience.

Watford Central Library, Hempstead Road, Watford, Saturday, September 7, 10am to 12pm. Details: 0300 123 4049

Own the Stage

Local bands, dancers, poets and actors will take to the stage to perform live in front of audiences.

The Parade, Watford, Saturday, September 7, 12pm to 4pm. Details: 01923 226400