Friday, September 7, 2012
FILM and television stars Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman headline Hertford Theatre’s sparkling autumn season.
They star in the production of Nocturne, a stunning evening of performance and live music that celebrates the life of Chopin.
With a question and answer session after the show on Saturday, October 6, this is a rare opportunity not to be missed.
For music lovers who like things a little louder, The Counterfeit Stones make a welcome return to The Wash in November.
While the laughs will come thick and fast for comedy fans with visits from Dr Phil Hammond, a double bill of Seann Walsh and Josh Widdicombe, Lee Hurst, Sean Hughes and Marcus Brigstocke.
For drama and dance fans, the theatre, formerly known as Castle Hall, has productions of The Canterbury Tales as well as a return visit from Vienna Festival Ballet.
Following their sell-out production of Swan Lake, the company will present Coppelia.
For the theatre’s younger audiences, take a trip to the seaside with The Tiny Mites and for the slightly older children there is a wonderful half-term treat of The Jungle Book.
As always there is a quality range of films and broadcasts from around the world, including Don Giovani from the Salzberg Festival.
Saturday morning kids club is also very popular with all tickets costing £2.50. Families can look forward to films including Ice Age 4, The Lorax and Brave.
Parents and their babies can enjoy films especially for them, with special screenings on a Tuesday including Magic Mike and The Wedding Video.
To book tickets for any of the shows call the box office on 01992 531500 or book online at www.hertfordtheatre.com