Both the matinee and evening performances of The Teddington Review, a light-hearted account of 800 years of history in just under 75 minutes, have now sold out. The show, which is being held at Normansfield Theatre on Saturday 11 November, has been specially written for Teddington 800 and includes music, some factually accurate history and plenty of bad jokes.

Current pupils at St Mary's and St Peter's School have been relishing taking on the roles of the very first pupils at the school, while the adults in the cast are re-enacting such important events as the founding of the Memorial Hospital and the huge contribution of Teddington to the Allied victory in the Second World War.

For those that missed out on tickets or just want a momento of the show, a professional recording of the play will be for sale afterwards.