Paprika

Paprika is the UK’s leading Balkan band. Hailing from Serbia, Romania and the UK, the six members comprise the unusual instrumentation of violin, two accordions, guitar, bass and percussion. The virtuosity and immediacy of their performances has taken them to a great variety of venues, from classical concert halls to raucous club nights.

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Magic to Die For

Magician and member of the world famous Magic Circle, Paul Regan brings his anarchic humour and love of board games to the stage to create ‘Magic to Die For’. Whether you’re an avid gaming geek or only ever gather round the table for a yearly family argument over the monopoly board, this is a show full of fun, wonder, and plenty of magic.

Suitable for all ages
Some assembly required

Baked Potato brings you Improvised Comedy

Baked Potato is bringing you improvised comedy. We’ll take suggestions from you the audience and create brand new never-seen-before (and never-to-be-seen-again!) vignettes. It’s magical to see something made from nothing – magical and silly. And isn’t a bit of silliness just what we need right now? Come and join us for a giggle!

Baked Potato is a comedy troupe made up of students who have trained or are still training at the brilliant Free Association comedy school in London.

Lemon Tuesday – so good to be hear

We’d love you to see us at Watford Museum as part of the Watford Fringe. We’ll be singing pop and show tune favourites and it’s our first concert in 2021 so we can’t wait. See you at 3pm on the 3rd October!

Admission free but we’ll be collecting donations to raise funds for Rennie Grove Hospice.

Oedipus the King

Thebes is suffering. A disease is plaguing the land. The people of Thebes want help and demand answers but are caught between squabbling leaders, who are full of their own self-importance and are blind to the truth. Despite being first performed over 2 millennia ago, Sophocles’ Oedipus the King can still engage with contemporary audiences, probably never more so than right now!

Crimson Reflection

Crimson Reflection is a contemporary and lyrical ballet based on the Changeling myth from Irish folklore. The tale begins with Ariel, a young girl from the village, who is kidnapped by the Fae Queen of the nearby Lost Woods, and Leira, an imposter created from Ariel’s reflection in a mirror, who is left in her place. After many years, when their memory of each other seemingly faded away to nothing, the misadventures of their friends and the malicious schemes of the Fae Queen reunite them. Now the two of them must reconcile their differences, and who they truly are inside

A Matter of Time

Why does time so often feel so oppressive? And did it always have to be this way? Part history lesson, part cabaret show, and part heart-rending personal quest, ‘A Matter of Time’ is an attempt to come to terms with a world in which the clock is always ticking. The debut solo show from Anjali Singh.

Featuring songs! Fun history facts! ‘Hamilton’ references! And silliness!

★★★★ “Special…. Singh is a versatile performer, with a voice to be heard. Do not miss it.” Broadway Baby

Spaces

Spaces is an anthology of audio plays where each immersive story draws you into a different audio location. Born from a world in lockdown, many of the plays deal with themes of isolation and connection. Exploring ordinary spaces – a toilet cubicle, a car, a bath, a corridor, IKEA – each short play invites you to enjoy extraordinary and intimate stories.
Written by emerging script writers in an experimental and exploratory workshop convention, the project aimed to use sound and performance to bring theatre to remote audiences. The plays reflect the wonderful breadth of what audio theatre has to offer.
Your ticket purchase provides access to the full collection of audio plays and you can access them anytime up to 5th October

Honeysuckle Jazz

Honeysuckle Jazz Band performs oldies from the 1920s- 1940s with their own special spin, including vocals, horns, piano, guitar, bass, and even musical saw! Band members hail from The USA, Oxford, St. Albans, and London. Come listen, sing, and dance with the band!
Members: Pam Pecko Smith vocals, Nick Gill piano, Andy Ruiz Palma guitar, Caroline Watsham, percussion and musical saw, Malcolm Earle Smith, trombone and vocals.