September 2017 Shows presented by Hertfordshire local theatre and musical groups


Follow the links for playing dates, photographs and further details.
Each site is the responsibility of the theatre or theatre group presenting the show.

Important: Some of these shows may be fully booked in advance. You should always contact the Box Offices to confirm dates and times, and reserve seats before travelling.

Wednesday 6
to Sunday 10 September
Incognito Theatre
Barn Fringe 2017
Barn Theatre, Welwyn

A great selection of unique performances at The Barn....


Monday 18
to Saturday 23 September
web page Pump House TC
The Dresser by Ronald Harwood
Pump House, Watford

Sir, the last of the great breed of English actor/managers, is in a bad way tonight, as his dresser Norman tries valiantly to prepare him to go on stage as King Lear. Unsure of his lines, as well as who and where he is supposed to be, Sir is adamantly determined to roar his last....


Thursday 21
to Saturday 23 September
web page East Herts Operatic Society
American Idiot
Spotlight Hoddesdon (formerly Civic Hall)

American Idiot takes Green Day’s chart-topping 2005 punk rock album and brings it vibrantly to life. American Idiot follows a young anti-hero, Johnny, the self-proclaimed “Jesus of Suburbia”, and his two buddies, Will and Tunny, as they attempt to break out of their mind-numbing, aimless suburban existence....


Friday 22
to Sunday 24 September
Corvus AOS
Pygmalion by G B Shaw
Venue unstated

The thrills and excitement of the legendary masked hero ZORRO have kept readers, film-goers and audiences enthralled for almost 100 years. That exhilaration is now brought to life on stage, in a lavish spectacle of foot-stomping, skirt twirling and sword fighting - set to the pulsating and passionate Flamenco beats of the world-famous Gipsy Kings. In this classic tale of good versus evil, the dashing black-clad outlaw defends the people of Spanish California against injustice and hate, whilst al...


Sunday 24
to Saturday 30 September
Incognito Theatre
The Anniversary by Bill MacIlwraith
Incognito Theatre, Friern Barnet

Since Dad died, Mum has carried on the family business and profits have increased two-fold. Keeping a tight rein on her three sons, Mum's plans for an anniversary celebration (despite her late husband's absence) bring out rebellion among the sons and her long-held reign is ended at last....


Friday 29 September
to Saturday 7 October
Barn Theatre Club
A Chorus of Disapproval by Alan Ayckbourn
Barn Theatre, Welwyn

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