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Local Board Road, Watford, Hertfordshire, WD17 2JP
  • Telephone 01923 241362
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  • Website pumphouse.info
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Belmont Theatre - Prescription For murder - By Norman Robbins

Belmont Theatre - Prescription For murder - By Norman Robbins

The Pump House Theatre, Watford, Herts WD17 2JP

Feb 23rd to 26th 2022

Performances: Wed,Thur,Fri, Sat nightly @ 7.45 pm plus Saturday Matinee @ 2.45 pm

Tickets £13.00 (£11.50 Concessions - Over 60/under 18).

TICKETS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE FOR ALL PERFORMANCES

Prescription for Murder- A Thriller by Norman Robbins

"There is never a dull moment for Dr Richard Forth. A busy GP, he has a strange friendship with an ex-girlfriend, while his wife, Barbara, is constantly and mysteriously ill. Richard believes her symptoms are psychological but when a stranger arrives claiming to have known Richard's ex-fiancée - someone Richard denies exists - Barbara's health deteriorates further. Is someone out to kill her?" 

Wed 23 Feb

£11.50–£13

Thu 24 Feb

£11.50–£13

Fri 25 Feb

£11.50–£13

Sat 26 Feb

£11.50–£13

Carry on Christmas

Carry on Christmas

A showcase of drama, music and comedy from all sections of the Pump House CYT, with a sprinkle of festive fun

Thu 9 Dec

£6

Fri 10 Dec

£6

Legally Blonde - The Musical

Legally Blonde - The Musical

The smash hit Broadway and West End Musical based on the best loved movie follows beautiful and popular sorority sister Elle Woods who loves to be pampered and is passionate about pink. When she is dumped by her boyfriend Warner Huntington III for a more serious girlfriend she puts down the credit cards and picks up the books. Packing up her trusty pooch, Bruiser, she bags herself a place at the prestigious Harvard Law School to try and win him back. With the support of her new friends she learns that you can be both smart and fashionable.

★★★ Early Bird Booking Discount - 10% - on all non-group bookings made on or before 31/12/2021 ★★★

Fri 21 Jan

£5

Sat 22 Jan

£6.30–£27

Wed 26 Jan

£5.40–£23

Thu 27 Jan

£6.30–£27

Fri 28 Jan

£14

Sat 29 Jan

£14

£8.10–£35

One Man Two Guvnors

Fired from his skiffle band, Francis Henshall becomes minder to Roscoe Crabbe, a small time East End hood, now in Brighton to collect £6,000 from his fiancée's dad. But Roscoe is really his sister Rachel posing as her own dead brother, who's been killed by her boyfriend Stanley Stubbers. Holed up at The Cricketers' Arms, the permanently ravenous Francis spots the chance of an extra meal ticket and takes a second job with one Stanley Stubbers, who is hiding from the police and waiting to be re-united with Rachel. To prevent discovery, Francis must keep his two guvnors apart. Simple. The play opened at The National Theatre in 2011 with James Corden in the role of Frances, and was directed by Nicholas Hytner to huge acclaim and subsequently transferred to Broadway.

Mon 11 Apr

£14–£16

Tue 12 Apr

£14–£16

Wed 13 Apr

£14–£16

Thu 14 Apr

£14–£16

Fri 15 Apr

£14–£16

Sat 16 Apr

£14–£16

A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley with the Tony Kofi Quintet

A Tribute to Cannonball Adderley with the Tony Kofi Quintet

'An absolute blast, one of the most exciting gigs of the year. A brilliant all-round package!' London Jazz News With Andy Davies (trumpet), Alex Webb (piano), Andrew Cleyndert (bass) and Alfonso Vitale (drums) the group traces the explosive music of American saxophonist Julian 'Cannnonball' Adderley from his first session as leader in 1955 through work with Miles Davis to the soul-jazz of the 1960s. The repertoire includes Adderley brothers classics like 'Things Are Getting Better', 'Work Song', 'Del Sasser', 'Sack o'Woe' and many others. We cannot wait to hear this gig in the intimate surroundings of the Pump House Theatre here in Watford! 'Tony Kofi's Portrait of Cannonball started the festival, setting the bar high for subsequent acts. Tearing into the Adderley canon, Kofi's spirited approach was supported by a tight rhythm section' Jazzwise Magazine

Sat 12 Feb
The Pump House

Formerly the old pumping station which supplied water to the Watford area, the Pump House was opened as a venue in early 70s. The site is now an auditorium seating 124 and a live music venue. A community-minded endeavour, the Pump house is dedicated to providing facilities for local arts groups.

Located just a short walk from Watford town centre, there is free car parking at the venue and bus numbers 142 and 258 stop close by. Watford train station and Bushey station are both within walking distance and the Colne Valley/Ebury Way cycle track passes in front of the venue.

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