Guys and Dolls

Beck Youth Theatre present this musical Broadway fable, packed with colourful characters and exuberant dance routines. This oddball romantic comedy – with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser – throws gamblers, nightclub performers and a Salvation Army mission together to create the ultimate love story, and the classic tunes such as Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat and I’ve Never Been in Love Before will keep you singing for days.

  • Beck Theatre, Grange Road, Hayes, from Thursday, April 9 to Saturday, April 11, 7.30pm, 2.30pm on Saturday. Details: 020 8561 8371,

The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses – Master Quest

This acclaimed, highly anticipated global concert tour hits Wembley next week to regale fans of one of the most beloved computer game franchises of all time. Audiences can expect to hear awesome new inclusions from A Link Between Worlds, the most recent Zelda game, as well as never before performed scores accompanied by new gameplay imagery and classics from the show’s previous seasons.

  • SSE Arena, Engineers Way, Wembley, Friday, April 17, 7.30pm. Details: 0844 815 0815,

Easter Music Festival

The Harrow, Harrow’s newest pub, is hosting a two-day music festival this Easter weekend, featuring 20 hours of live music from local bands and artists. Don’t miss sets from acoustic acts including Simon Davies, Dan Brown and Donna Blackburn on Saturday, as well as a display from The McCarthy O’Rourke School of Irish Dancing. On Sunday evening, Westminster University students will be taking part in an open mic mash-up. Funds raised from the weekend’s events will go to Teenage Cancer Trust and local hospice St Luke’s. As well as the music, there will also be face-painting for children, an Easter egg hunt, free mini eggs for the pub’s younger guests, and a cupcake stall with goodies donated by Emma’s Blush Bakery. An Easter-themed quiz will take place on the pub’s big screen on Monday, and there will be a karaoke night both evenings.

  • The Harrow, Station Road, Harrow, Saturday, April 4 and Sunday, April 5. Details: 020 8863 9470,

Bentley Priory Battle of Britain Museum

The Bentley Priory Museum tells the fascinating story of the beautiful, Grade II listed country house the museum is housed in that was Headquarters Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain in World War Two. The museum explains how technology, leadership and courage forged victory, allowing Britain’s darkest hour to also be her finest. Visitors will have a unique audio visual experience – with interactive touch screens, projectors, models, screen kiosks and ‘retro learning resources’ such as rotator dial telephones, handsets and monitors – that offers an intuitive insight into the building’s heritage and its wartime operations using cleverly integrated, leading-edge technology.

  • The Bentley Priory Museum, Mansion House Drive, Stanmore, open Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, 10am to 5pm. Details: 020 8950 5526,

The Hobbyist’s Guide to Dating

A passion for entertaining and telling her often excruciating dating tales has driven Harrow writer Sharon Mason to release her first book. The Hobbyist’s Guide to Dating is a true, hilarious and moving account of her dating escapades as a 40-something singleton. Defying logic, common sense and the feeling that she should have become same sex-oriented years ago, Sharon chronicles her ongoing quest to find Mr Right, despite set-backs, diminishing possibilities and an increasing waistline.

  • The Hobbyist’s Guide to Dating is available from Amazon