A St Albans theatre company is getting all loved up with its forthcoming production of Beautiful Thing.
Emily Perry reviews The Lion in Winter at the Barn Theatre in Welwyn Garden City.
Theatre company OVO begins 2019 in collaboration with Duality Theatre with a play about grief from an award-winning Dutch playwright.
Madeleine Burton reviews Company of Ten’s production of A Christmas Carol at the Abbey Theatre in St Albans.
Emily Perry reviews Christmas show Honk! at the Barn Theatre in Welwyn Garden City.
Emily Perry reviews Our House at the Barn Theatre in Welwyn Garden City.
Enjoy some festive frolics in a Christmas cracker of a play at the very funny Season’s Greetings in Stevenage.
Madeleine Burton reviews St Albans Musical Theatre Company’s production of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, which can be seen at The Alban Arena this week.
An articulate, poetic and poignant drama about the family circle is coming to the stage in Welwyn Garden City.
Emily Perry reviews the Barn Theatre’s production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Neighbourhood Watch, which can be seen in Welwyn Garden City this week.
A new play celebrating Hertfordshire’s suffrage campaigners of 100 years ago will be touring the county next month.
A stage adaptation of a Booker Prize-nominated novel about vengeance and fate is coming to a theatre in Hatfield.
Shakespeare performed outdoors in Roman surroundings can be enjoyed in St Albans next week.
Two youth groups at the Abbey Theatre in St Albans have joined forces to perform a wonderfully engaging satire on the First World War.
Madeleine Burton reviews Company of Ten’s production of farce Happy Birthday at the Abbey Theatre in St Albans.
Have you got what it takes to be a famous Hollywood femme fatale?
Splurge guns at the ready! Classsic gangster smash hit Bugsy Malone is coming to St Albans.
More cast members have been announced for this year’s St Albans pantomime Cinderella.
Pygmalion by celebrated playwright George Bernard Shaw opens at a Welwyn Garden City later this week.
The curtain has come down on another successful Welwyn Drama Festival in Welwyn Garden City with the host theatre among the winners.
A darkly comic satire about seedy tabloid journalism can be seen on stage in St Albans.
How does a minor disagreement after a perfectly amiable evening out with your other half finish with a blazing row?
Schools are closed for the Easter holidays but cast members of a forthcoming theatre production are going back to school!
Award-winning society Ware Operatic is ready for Another Op’nin’, Another Show with its production of Kiss Me, Kate at Hertford Theatre
Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein comes to the St Albans stage this week.