November 2019 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.

Tuesday 5
to Saturday 9 November
web page St Albans Musical Theatre Company
My Fair Lady
Alban Arena, St Albans
Tuesday 5
to Saturday 9 November
Green Room
42nd Street
Wyllyotts Theatre
Friday 8
to Saturday 16 November
web page Company of Ten
The Pitmen Painters
Abbey Theatre, St Albans

When a group of coal miners begin evening classes with a college professor, they want to learn about art: what’s good, what’s bad and what it all means. But soon the men discover that there’s more to the art world than they’d first thought. And when they start painting for themselves, the art world discovers there’s more to this group of miners than they expected, too....

Wednesday 13
to Saturday 16 November
Hertford Dramatic & Operatic Society
The Vicar of Dibley Christmas - The Second Coming
Hertford Theatre (formerly Castle Hall)

When Hugo and Alice return from their honeymoon, Alice finds that she is putting on weight. She turns to Geraldine for advice…… After coping with the village quiz and organising the week of Radio Dibley, Geraldine is stunned when Alice actually has a good idea. Why not put on a Nativity play? Why not indeed! What can possibly go wrong?...

Friday 15
to Saturday 23 November
Barn Theatre Club
The Flint Street Nativity
Barn Theatre, Welwyn

A class of seven-year-olds are preparing their nativity play – with the familiar squabbles over parts, diva tantrums, and inappropriate on-stage behaviour....

Friday 15
to Saturday 23 November
Company of Players
Thomas Tallis by Jessica Swale
Little Theatre, Hertford

A portrait of the life of one of Britain's most successful composers set against the tumultuous political backdrop of the renaissance. Living under four monarchs, each with radically differing views on the Church, Tallis was forced to adapt his compositions to suit their religious demands, but at what cost?...

Monday 18
to Saturday 23 November
Pump House TC
Endgame by Samuel Beckett
Pump House, Watford

After an apocalyptic event the once powerful and important (or so he believes) Hamm, is left blind and wheelchair bound, looked after by his servant Clov, who both adores him and hates him. They share their small refuge with Nagg and Nell, Hamms elderly, and (literally) legless parents. These desperate characters live out the last days of mankind, unwilling to give up, but with no reason to keep going....

Thursday 28
to Saturday 30 November
Bovingdon Players
Hangmen by Martin McDonagh
Bovingdon Memorial Hall

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