March 2020 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.

Friday 28 February
to Saturday 7 March
Company of Ten
Ladies in Lavender
Abbey Theatre, St Albans

After rescuing a handsome young Polish violinist washed ashore during a storm, the sisters gently nurse him back to health. But his mysterious presence touches both their lives in unexpected ways, stirring up emotions long thought lost....


Wednesday 11
to Saturday 14 March
web page Hemel Hempstead Theatre Company
Dad's Army
Boxmoor Playhouse

All your favourite characters from the Home-Guard will be starring in three different episodes: The Deadly Attachment where Captain Mainwaring and his hapless band of brothers come face to face with some real-life German U-Boat Crew; Mum's Army in which the Home Guard is bolstered by some lively ladies from the local town and The Godiva Affair in which the Walmington-on-Sea platoon decide to take on Morris dancing in order to raise some much needed funds to invest in a Spitfire....


Wednesday 18
to Friday 20 March
web page Putteridge Bury G&S Society
Trial by Jury & The Sorcerer
Queen Mother Theatre, Hitchin
Tuesday 24
to Saturday 28 March
web page Harpenden Light Operatic Society
Summer Holiday
Harpenden Public Halls

The film is now a feel-good stage musical in Michael Gyngell and Mark Haddiganís adaptation, with Don and his fellow London Transport bus mechanics journeying through Paris, the Alps, Italy and then Greece, along the way picking up three young girls in a clapped-out Morris Minor and a young American pop star on the run from her domineering mother. ...


Wednesday 25
to Saturday 28 March
Hertford Dramatic & Operatic Society
Going Green
Hertford Theatre (formerly Castle Hall)

Do we trust our politicians to be honest, to have morals, to do the best for our country, to save the world from extinction? Sound familiar? John Brown, future leader of the Green Party, is a man with vision and charisma - but a man with a problem. The play opens with him giving a farewell speech at the annual conference after finding he has a mystery illness forcing him to quit politics. The party faithful cheer him as a hero as he delivers his final, stark message "Go green...or die." Those...


Friday 27 March
to Saturday 4 April
Company of Players
Rabbit Hole by David Lindsay-Abaire
Little Theatre, Hertford

Becca and Howie are a happy suburban couple with everything they could want until a shocking, sudden event turns their world upside down and leaves them drifting perilously apart....


Tuesday 31 March
to Saturday 4 April
web page Kings Langley Musical Theatre Company
Annie
Kings Langley Community Centre

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