Broxbourne Civic Hall
- Telephone 01992 441946
- Website www.broxbourne.gov.uk
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Sun 26 May
- Written by: Beethoven
The pianist performs works by Beethoven, Gershwin and others.
Sat 25 May
Saxophonist Bill Freeman leads the band as it plays traditional New Orleans-style jazz.
Fri 21 Jun
£15 inc meal
The East Ham-born former-footballer and pundit, known as the greatest goal-scorer in English footballing history, discusses his life and career.
Fri 28 Jun
Cheeky wit and anecdotes about his long and varied career from the veteran entertainer and TV star.
Sun 16 Jun
- Written by: William Shakespeare
An all-male production of Shakespeare's most beautiful summer comedy. With warring brothers, clowns, comic peasants, romance, death threats, escape and even a wrestling match there is something for everyone.
Wed 19 Jun
£12.50 (Children £8.50)
- Directed by: Sophie Gilpin
- Written by: Puccini
Sophie Gilpin directs a performance of Puccini's famous opera about young bohemians living in the Latin Quarter of Paris in the 1840s. With Myvanwy Bentall and Jennifer Walker sharing the role of Mimi and James Scarlett as Rodolfo.
Fri 7 Jun
Since The Stoller School of Dancing was founded in 2003 it has grown into one of Hertfordshire's most popular dance schools, with over 200 pupils. Many pupils from the school's Albury and Cheshunt branches will be performing in Dance Decade. Performers range from three years to pensioners. Dance Decade celebrates the School's achievements in street jazz, modern, tap, ballet and musical theatre over the last 10 years.
Sat 22 Jun
Sun 23 Jun
A discussion about the development of English and its view as a diverse mongrel language.
Fri 14 Jun
£12 inc meal and refreshments
- 108 min
- Directed by: Rich Moore
- Cast: Voices of John C Reilly, Jack McBrayer, Jane Lynch
This cleverly-targeted family romp set in the world of videogames marks a step up both commercially and artistically for the non-Pixar side of Disney animation. The script is brilliantly witty; the visuals sweep, swoop and sparkle; and the message about flawed individuals finding their own way to be heroes is a kindly one, intelligently expressed.
Tue 28 May
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