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Watford Palace Theatre

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20 Clarendon Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 1JZ
  • Telephone 01923 225671
  • Opening times Mon–Sat 10am–7pm
  • Seasonal times Closed 25 Dec & 1 Jan.
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  • Website www.watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk
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11-15's Summer School

A long hot summer in a town like any other where strange things have started happening. And one group of friends must get to the bottom of it. Join us for games, drama, and a spot of mystery… with only a week to work it all out!

To book, call Box Office on: 01923 225671 or for more info email: Participation@watfordpalacetheatre.co.uk

Mon 6 Aug

Times vary / £100

Tue 7 Aug

Times vary / £100

Wed 8 Aug

Times vary / £100

Thu 9 Aug

Times vary / £100

Fri 10 Aug

Times vary / £100

Imagine Watford 2018

Imagine Watford 2018

Imagine Watford

A festival of extraordinary open air moments

29 June - 1 July 2018

FREE FOR ALL THE FAMILY

Fri 29 Jun

Times vary / Free

Sat 30 Jun

Times vary / Free

Sun 1 Jul

Times vary / Free

Roald Dahl's The Witches Performance

Roald Dahl's The Witches Performance

Suitable for ages 5 and over

Join us for plenty of hiss-and boos and laughter for all the family.

Take a seat as Boy and his Norwegian grandmother take you on an unforgettable journey through Roald Dahl’s magical fiendish fantasy, brought to life on stage by some of Hertfordshire’s most talented young performers. But be careful who you sit next to… Real witches don’t wear silly black pointy hats or cloaks and ride around on broomsticks like they do in fairytales…

What would you do if you met a witch? Would you know what one looked like? They look just like ordinary women but they’re extremely dangerous to children!

Fri 2 Nov

Times vary / £5–£10

Sat 3 Nov

Times vary / £5–£10

Sun 4 Nov

Times vary / £5–£10

Watford Palace Theatre

Watford Palace Theatre is a venue dedicated to championing new work across theatre, dance, outdoor arts and digital productions. Some writers who have been commissioned and produced by the Palace include Laurence Marks & Maurice Gran (Love Me Do), Daniel Kanaber (Shiver), Charlotte Keatley (Our Father) and Stacey Gregg (Override).

The theatre is a 600-seat Edwardian Grade II-listed building, blending its history with modern facilities, including a rehearsal room, accessibility and The Green Bar. The cafe is open from one hour before the performance. There is car parking in the nearby Palace Charter car park or Sutton car park, five minutes by foot from the theatre, at £1 per hour for up to six hours.

There is car parking in the nearby Palace Charter car park, five minutes by foot from the theatre, at £1 for up to six hours,

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