Teenage Kicks at the Victoria Hall Theatre

Harlow Theatre Company is producing Simon Stephen’s highly acclaimed play PUNK ROCK at the Victoria Hall Theatre in Old Harlow opening on 16th September and running for four nights until 19th September. This intense and powerful play has been described as ‘edgy and acute’ ‘remarkable and unpredictable’.

Open auditions for Rapunzel

THIS Christmas it’s time to let your hair down and join the fun in our all-new production of ‘Rapunzel’ at the Victoria Hall Theatre, Old Harlow. This reimagining of the original Brother Grimm fairy tale has all the best traditions of our highly praised previous Christmas productions, but with a new tangled twist and written especially for the whole family to enjoy.

One for the Road is coming down to Victoria Hall

TAKE two real life married couples, add four characters who are working class social climbers desperate to get their fingertips on the next rung of the ladder, mix together with Willy Russell’s sharp, incisive and hilarious script and allow to simmer over the summer and the result is Thompson Promotions’ production of ‘One For The Road’, a hilarious comedy that is about as near to farce that Willy Russell (Educating Rita, Shirley Valentine) has come.

Review: Rent raises new standards for theatre in Harlow

RENT originally opened on Broadway in 1996 after having to move from its original off-Broadway home due to its increasing popularity and the emergence of the self-titled ‘Rent heads’ – in short, the show was simply too popular! The musical tells the story of struggling artists attempting to live and love in New York’s Alphabet City in the early 1990s, while living in the shadow of HIV/AIDS.

Review: Dad’s Army by the Harlow Theatre Company

Paul Stephenson was a fine Capt.Mainwaring and he really grew into the role. Again, not only did he look like the Capt. but really brought all the bumptiousness of the man. Although his finest moment was, perhaps, the third act, where the Capt indulges in a brief flirtation with a Fiona Grey. It is a very sad scene, which exposes Capt Mainwaring as a man living an unfulfilled life. But both Paul and the Alyssa Upton produced a brilliant couple of scenes.

Comedy of Errors set for Victoria Hall

JEANNE Stacey’s production of The Comedy of Errors is the perfect Shakespeare for kids and adults alike. It is a silly, yet clever, story – mistaken identity, not one, but two sets of identical twins separated when very young, a series of coincidental events all happening over a really short period of time…