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Thursday – Theatre news and an interview with Claire Storey who is rehearsing for Taming of the Shrew…

GUEST: Claire Storey, who stars as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew will be chatting to me at 10.30am as she prepares for opening night at the Queens Theatre
The Taming of the Shrew is on from 8 – 30 April at the Queens Theatre and tickets are between £14 and £23 call 01708 443333 or go to the website www.queens-theatre.co.uk

LOCAL SPORT
RESULTS
30 Mar 11 | Division One North
Waltham Forest     2-1    Redbridge

Pete’s Sporting Weekend
Cricket – world cup final, India vs Sri Lanka in Mumbai at 10am BST, and Essex have a pre-season match away to Loughborough on Saturday.

Football –  return to league fixtures, West Ham vs Man Utd at 12:45 Saturday, and Arsenal vs Blackburn at 5:30.
Sunday games, Fulham vs Blackpool and Man City vs Sunderland.  Also on Sunday, the Johnstone paint trophy final between Brentford and Carlisle.
Next week, Champions League.

Rugby Union – Harlequins vs league leaders Leicester at 5:30 on Saturday, Saracens vs Bath at 14:15 and a London derby of London Irish vs Wasps at 3pm on Sunday.
Rugby League – Harlequins away to Bradford on Sunday at 3pm

Tennis – Sony Ericson Open in Miami, both men and women’s tournament at the same time. Murray out early though and he hasn’t won a game since the Australian Open when he lost in the final in January, and has now split with his coach.

Golf – Houston Open this week, the final tournament before the US Masters from Augusta next weekend

Snooker – Final of the China Open this weekend, the final tournament before the world championship at the crucible, and Ali Carter is still in after beating fellow essex player Stuart Bingham, but Ronnie is out early

Pete’s Predictions
India to win
West Ham 1 Man United 2
London Irish 19 – 12 Wasps
John Higgins to win

THEATRE LISTING
The Chosen Ones at Mercury Theatre – 4th – 9th April at 7.30 and Thursday and Saturday Matinees at 2.30pm
Talking Scarlet Productions presents Philip Gladwin’s thriller about a prosperous family whose crimes catch up with them. Starring Ben Freeman, Stephen Beckett and Jennifer Biddall.
Tickets: £9.80 – 21.10 (concessions available) call 01206 573948

42nd Street: Essex Police Musical Society at HQ Assembly Hall, Essex Police Headquarters, Chelmsford 5th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
An adaptation of the musical set in the 1930s
Tickets £7.00 – 8.50 call 07867 851 355

Jump: Chelmsford Scouts 54th Gang Show at Civic Theatre 6th – 9th April at 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets £6 – 10 (concessions available) call 01245 606505

Carousel: Forest Musical Productions at Kenneth More Theatre 7th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 3pm
Tickets £9 – £14 (concessions available) call 020 8553 4466

Annie Get Your Gun: Shenfield Operatic Society at Queen’s Theatre until 2nd April at 7.30 and a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets: £14 – 18 (concessions available) call 01708 443333

¿Allo ¿Allo: The New Venture Players at Brentwood Theatre, 7th – 9th April 8pm
Tickets £8.50 – 10.50  – 01277 200305

Thursday – Theatre news and an interview with Claire Storey who is rehearsing for Taming of the Shrew…

GUEST: Claire Storey, who stars as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew will be chatting to me at 10.30am as she prepares for opening night at the Queens Theatre
The Taming of the Shrew is on from 8 – 30 April at the Queens Theatre and tickets are between £14 and £23 call 01708 443333 or go to the website www.queens-theatre.co.uk

LOCAL SPORT
RESULTS
30 Mar 11 | Division One North
Waltham Forest     2-1    Redbridge

Pete’s Sporting Weekend
Cricket – world cup final, India vs Sri Lanka in Mumbai at 10am BST, and Essex have a pre-season match away to Loughborough on Saturday.

Football –  return to league fixtures, West Ham vs Man Utd at 12:45 Saturday, and Arsenal vs Blackburn at 5:30.
Sunday games, Fulham vs Blackpool and Man City vs Sunderland.  Also on Sunday, the Johnstone paint trophy final between Brentford and Carlisle.
Next week, Champions League.

Rugby Union – Harlequins vs league leaders Leicester at 5:30 on Saturday, Saracens vs Bath at 14:15 and a London derby of London Irish vs Wasps at 3pm on Sunday.
Rugby League – Harlequins away to Bradford on Sunday at 3pm

Tennis – Sony Ericson Open in Miami, both men and women’s tournament at the same time. Murray out early though and he hasn’t won a game since the Australian Open when he lost in the final in January, and has now split with his coach.

Golf – Houston Open this week, the final tournament before the US Masters from Augusta next weekend

Snooker – Final of the China Open this weekend, the final tournament before the world championship at the crucible, and Ali Carter is still in after beating fellow essex player Stuart Bingham, but Ronnie is out early

Pete’s Predictions
India to win
West Ham 1 Man United 2
London Irish 19 – 12 Wasps
John Higgins to win

THEATRE LISTING
The Chosen Ones at Mercury Theatre – 4th – 9th April at 7.30 and Thursday and Saturday Matinees at 2.30pm
Talking Scarlet Productions presents Philip Gladwin’s thriller about a prosperous family whose crimes catch up with them. Starring Ben Freeman, Stephen Beckett and Jennifer Biddall.
Tickets: £9.80 – 21.10 (concessions available) call 01206 573948

42nd Street: Essex Police Musical Society at HQ Assembly Hall, Essex Police Headquarters, Chelmsford 5th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
An adaptation of the musical set in the 1930s
Tickets £7.00 – 8.50 call 07867 851 355

Jump: Chelmsford Scouts 54th Gang Show at Civic Theatre 6th – 9th April at 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets £6 – 10 (concessions available) call 01245 606505

Carousel: Forest Musical Productions at Kenneth More Theatre 7th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 3pm
Tickets £9 – £14 (concessions available) call 020 8553 4466

Annie Get Your Gun: Shenfield Operatic Society at Queen’s Theatre until 2nd April at 7.30 and a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets: £14 – 18 (concessions available) call 01708 443333

¿Allo ¿Allo: The New Venture Players at Brentwood Theatre, 7th – 9th April 8pm
Tickets £8.50 – 10.50  – 01277 200305

Thursday – Theatre news and an interview with Claire Storey who is rehearsing for Taming of the Shrew…

GUEST: Claire Storey, who stars as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew will be chatting to me at 10.30am as she prepares for opening night at the Queens Theatre
The Taming of the Shrew is on from 8 – 30 April at the Queens Theatre and tickets are between £14 and £23 call 01708 443333 or go to the website www.queens-theatre.co.uk

LOCAL SPORT
RESULTS
30 Mar 11 | Division One North
Waltham Forest     2-1    Redbridge

Pete’s Sporting Weekend
Cricket – world cup final, India vs Sri Lanka in Mumbai at 10am BST, and Essex have a pre-season match away to Loughborough on Saturday.

Football –  return to league fixtures, West Ham vs Man Utd at 12:45 Saturday, and Arsenal vs Blackburn at 5:30.
Sunday games, Fulham vs Blackpool and Man City vs Sunderland.  Also on Sunday, the Johnstone paint trophy final between Brentford and Carlisle.
Next week, Champions League.

Rugby Union – Harlequins vs league leaders Leicester at 5:30 on Saturday, Saracens vs Bath at 14:15 and a London derby of London Irish vs Wasps at 3pm on Sunday.
Rugby League – Harlequins away to Bradford on Sunday at 3pm

Tennis – Sony Ericson Open in Miami, both men and women’s tournament at the same time. Murray out early though and he hasn’t won a game since the Australian Open when he lost in the final in January, and has now split with his coach.

Golf – Houston Open this week, the final tournament before the US Masters from Augusta next weekend

Snooker – Final of the China Open this weekend, the final tournament before the world championship at the crucible, and Ali Carter is still in after beating fellow essex player Stuart Bingham, but Ronnie is out early

Pete’s Predictions
India to win
West Ham 1 Man United 2
London Irish 19 – 12 Wasps
John Higgins to win

THEATRE LISTING
The Chosen Ones at Mercury Theatre – 4th – 9th April at 7.30 and Thursday and Saturday Matinees at 2.30pm
Talking Scarlet Productions presents Philip Gladwin’s thriller about a prosperous family whose crimes catch up with them. Starring Ben Freeman, Stephen Beckett and Jennifer Biddall.
Tickets: £9.80 – 21.10 (concessions available) call 01206 573948

42nd Street: Essex Police Musical Society at HQ Assembly Hall, Essex Police Headquarters, Chelmsford 5th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
An adaptation of the musical set in the 1930s
Tickets £7.00 – 8.50 call 07867 851 355

Jump: Chelmsford Scouts 54th Gang Show at Civic Theatre 6th – 9th April at 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets £6 – 10 (concessions available) call 01245 606505

Carousel: Forest Musical Productions at Kenneth More Theatre 7th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 3pm
Tickets £9 – £14 (concessions available) call 020 8553 4466

Annie Get Your Gun: Shenfield Operatic Society at Queen’s Theatre until 2nd April at 7.30 and a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets: £14 – 18 (concessions available) call 01708 443333

¿Allo ¿Allo: The New Venture Players at Brentwood Theatre, 7th – 9th April 8pm
Tickets £8.50 – 10.50  – 01277 200305

Thursday – Theatre news and an interview with Claire Storey who is rehearsing for Taming of the Shrew…

GUEST: Claire Storey, who stars as Kate in The Taming of the Shrew will be chatting to me at 10.30am as she prepares for opening night at the Queens Theatre
The Taming of the Shrew is on from 8 – 30 April at the Queens Theatre and tickets are between £14 and £23 call 01708 443333 or go to the website www.queens-theatre.co.uk

LOCAL SPORT
RESULTS
30 Mar 11 | Division One North
Waltham Forest     2-1    Redbridge

Pete’s Sporting Weekend
Cricket – world cup final, India vs Sri Lanka in Mumbai at 10am BST, and Essex have a pre-season match away to Loughborough on Saturday.

Football –  return to league fixtures, West Ham vs Man Utd at 12:45 Saturday, and Arsenal vs Blackburn at 5:30.
Sunday games, Fulham vs Blackpool and Man City vs Sunderland.  Also on Sunday, the Johnstone paint trophy final between Brentford and Carlisle.
Next week, Champions League.

Rugby Union – Harlequins vs league leaders Leicester at 5:30 on Saturday, Saracens vs Bath at 14:15 and a London derby of London Irish vs Wasps at 3pm on Sunday.
Rugby League – Harlequins away to Bradford on Sunday at 3pm

Tennis – Sony Ericson Open in Miami, both men and women’s tournament at the same time. Murray out early though and he hasn’t won a game since the Australian Open when he lost in the final in January, and has now split with his coach.

Golf – Houston Open this week, the final tournament before the US Masters from Augusta next weekend

Snooker – Final of the China Open this weekend, the final tournament before the world championship at the crucible, and Ali Carter is still in after beating fellow essex player Stuart Bingham, but Ronnie is out early

Pete’s Predictions
India to win
West Ham 1 Man United 2
London Irish 19 – 12 Wasps
John Higgins to win

THEATRE LISTING
The Chosen Ones at Mercury Theatre – 4th – 9th April at 7.30 and Thursday and Saturday Matinees at 2.30pm
Talking Scarlet Productions presents Philip Gladwin’s thriller about a prosperous family whose crimes catch up with them. Starring Ben Freeman, Stephen Beckett and Jennifer Biddall.
Tickets: £9.80 – 21.10 (concessions available) call 01206 573948

42nd Street: Essex Police Musical Society at HQ Assembly Hall, Essex Police Headquarters, Chelmsford 5th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
An adaptation of the musical set in the 1930s
Tickets £7.00 – 8.50 call 07867 851 355

Jump: Chelmsford Scouts 54th Gang Show at Civic Theatre 6th – 9th April at 7.30pm with a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets £6 – 10 (concessions available) call 01245 606505

Carousel: Forest Musical Productions at Kenneth More Theatre 7th – 9th April at 7.30pm and Saturday Matinee at 3pm
Tickets £9 – £14 (concessions available) call 020 8553 4466

Annie Get Your Gun: Shenfield Operatic Society at Queen’s Theatre until 2nd April at 7.30 and a Saturday Matinee at 2.30pm
Tickets: £14 – 18 (concessions available) call 01708 443333

¿Allo ¿Allo: The New Venture Players at Brentwood Theatre, 7th – 9th April 8pm
Tickets £8.50 – 10.50  – 01277 200305

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