FRESH from her new TV Series Psychic Sally On The Road on Living TV, Britain's best-loved celebrity psychic, Sally Morgan returns by overwhelming public demand.

Sally has used her gift over the years to help many people, most notably the late Princess Diana. Her reputation has been built from her close relationship with many high-profile celebrities.

Sally brings her amazing abilities and her tremendous personality to the stage with a unique theatrical experience that is both hugely entertaining and enlightening.

what? Sally Morgan - Psychic Sally when? Monday, March 21, 7.30pm where? Aylesbury Waterside Theatre, Exchange Street, Aylesbury, HP20 1UG cost? £21.50 call: 0844 871 7607 see: Aylesbury

CBeebies Andy & Mike

CBEEBIES presenter Andy Day brings his much-loved humour to this high-energy comedy aimed at four to 11-year-olds (and their entire families) as he and long-term comedy partner Mike James create a hilarious, slap-stick and chaotic show.

A magical and mysterious box suddenly appears in the duo's 'fun pad'. They are unable to open the box, and so make it their mission to find out what's inside.

As they set off on the adventure of their lives, be prepared to meet confused pirates, musical sea life and some extravagant all-singing, all-dancing air stewards.

what? Big Box of Bananas when? Sunday, March 27m 2pm where? The Elgiva, St Mary's Way, Chesham, HP5 1HR cost? £9.50 (adult), £8.50 (child) call: 01494 582 900 see:

Charity sing-along

RELEASE your inner Dancing Queen at The Elgiva on Sunday.

Mayoral Mia is a charity sing-along concert to raise money, money, money for the charities supported by the Mayor of Chesham, Jane Bramwell (pictured) Friends of The Endeavour Centre and South Bucks Motor Neurone Disease.

The hosts for the evening are local performers Lee Bright and Alexis Caley, stars of The Elgiva pantomime. They will be joined by the Maggie Monk and

what? Mayoral Mia when? Sunday, March 20, 7pm where? The Elgiva, St Mary's Way, Chesham, HP5 1HR cost? £12 (full), £10 (concessions) call: 01494 582 900 visit:

The Price is right

HE IS a true giant of British music - the name Alan Price immediately summons up some of the most memorable sounds of the past 40 years, from The Animals' House of the Rising Sun and Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood to his quirky take on Randy Newman's Simon Smith and His Amazing Dancing Bear and his many hits with Georgie Fame, including the most famous, Rosetta.

Alan Price was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1994 as a testament to his fantastic achievements throughout his career in the music industry and this sits well alongside his Bafta award for the soundtrack of the highly acclaimed film O Lucky Man!, in which he appeared as himself.

what? Alan Price when? Friday, March 25, 8pm where? The Elgiva, St Mary's Way, Chesham, HP5 1HR cost? £18.50 call: 01494 582 900 visit:

Russian ballet has just got a lot bigger

FORGET any ballet you have ever seen before as The Big Ballet are in town and they are here to prove that size does matter.

From Russia's Ural mountains, a region from where Tchaikovsky himself hails, The Big Ballet was formed in 1994 and set out deliberately and, above all, self-confidently to challenge accepted social standards in a world where the pursuit of slenderness and beauty seems obsessive.

These ladies enchant their audiences with classical and modern ballet pieces in a hilarious comedy show full of fun and astonishing choreography, proving that you should not take life, or yourself, too seriously.

what? The Big Ballet when? Tuesday, March 22, 7.30pm where? Wycombe Swan Theatre, St Mary Street, High Wycombe, HP11 2XE cost? £19 call: 01494 512 000 visit: