Sport Relief is back in March, and events are now being revealed.Live on stage at the National Television Awards, Freddie Flintoff announced four fearless celebs that will go head-to-head in a charity celebrity boxing match. Ex-footballer Wayne Bridge will take on television personality Spencer Matthews, whilst S-Club 7 singer Hannah Spearritt will take on The Saturdays star Vanessa White. All four celebs will pursue a gruelling training programme in the lead up to the big match, which will be aired on BBC One during Sport Relief’s Night of TV on Friday 23rd March.It’s Made in Chelsea vs ‘played in Chelsea’, it’s two of the biggest girl band rivalries; it’s a sporting event you definitely will not want to miss.Sport Relief culminates in a week of unmissable events, hilarious TV moments and physically-demanding celebrity challenges encouraging the nation to get active, raise money and change lives in the UK and around the world.To find out more about Sport Relief, click here.
Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitter LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment All good epic adventures begin somewhere. A new adaptation of C.S. Lewis’s The Magician’s Nephew by Michael O’Brien makes its world premiere and opens the Shaw Festival’s 2018 season. Under the direction of Artistic Director Tim Carroll, the creative team and cast bring the story of Narnia’s origins and its mythical multiverse to the Festival Theatre stage.Inspire or rekindle that child-like wonder by taking part in Creating The Magician’s Nephew – A Pre-Show Workshop – an hour-long interactive experience for both grown-ups and children held prior to all matinee performances ($5 with a ticket to the day’s performance of The Magician’s Nephew). Contribute to the action of The Magician’s Nephew by building a keepsake prop, creating a soundscape, learning a song and discovering what the heck a Dream Detective really is.Tricked into using his Uncle Andrew’s (Steven Sutcliffe) enchanted rings, young Digory (Travis Seetoo) and his new friend Polly (Vanessa Sears) stumble into a magical portal that takes them to other worlds. Before returning home to Victorian London, they travel to the desolate world of Charn and unwittingly unleash Queen Jadis (Deborah Hay), a malevolent sorceress bent on domination. With the assistance of Aslan (Kyle Blair), Digory must undertake a valiant quest to the mysterious locked garden that holds the key to defeating evil and defending the new world of Narnia. Facebook Advertisement