WE were treated to an enchanting performance of The Nutcracker by the Russian State Ballet and Opera House. It was a visual delight of stunning scenery and beautiful costumes; sumptuous fabrics and jewels which glittered under the lights.
THE year is 2042. After the great floods of 2019 and the natural disasters that followed only small groups of humans Survived. Existing in isolated communities far from any other groups of people, humans started again. Rebuilt what they could and continued to live.
HARLOW Ballet Association are pleased to present their Autumn Gala. The HBA Gala offers something for everyone: the Choreographic Competition always produces some interesting and inspirational work and there will be excerpts from the programme that the HBA will present in April 2020.
WITH equal measures of pluck and positivity, little orphan Annie charms everyone’s hearts despite a next-to-nothing start in 1930s New York City. She is determined to find her parents who abandoned her years ago on the doorstep of a New York City Orphanage .
COMEDY legends Jasper Carrott and Alistair McGowan split the bill and your sides with a night of comedy stand up and impressions. Drawing on their wealth of experience they present a show of pure laughter and entertainment that is not to be missed.
YOU can dance, you can jive, having the time of your life. Celebrating Over 40 years of ABBA
MOTHERHOOD isn’t just paying a photographer to take a perfect photo of your bundle of joy curled up in a basket.
THE saying goes, “If you need something done, ask a busy person” and you’re not going to find a busier group of people than the three involved in last night’s sold out production of Jim Cartwright’s Two at The Harlow Playhouse. In fact, sold out doesn’t quite cover it. Theatre 2 was packed tighter than Japanese tube carriage and the atmosphere was palpable.
IT’S been an exciting start to the school year for one young student from Harlow Playhouse resident Company Harlow Ballet School.
QUEER TALES is an evening of funny, moving, heartbreaking, heartwarming, thought provoking monologues inspired by letters sent to Karlton Parris, the writer of the award winning play “Once a Year on Blackpool Sands”.
The Magic of The Beatles-One of the UK’s leading Beatles tribute shows If you’re looking for an authentic, lively dose of ‘Beatlemania’ then you need to look no further! The Magic of The Beatles is one of the UK’s leading Beatles tribute shows who play to ecstatic sell-out audiences all over the world. The stars […]
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FRESH from the Edinburgh Fringe (well, sort of) and raring to go with a new show, the delightful and lovable Stephen K Amos is back on the road with EVERYMAN this November.
CHEKOV is one of the great writers of the 20th Century and these tales, newly adapted and directed by Eliot Giuralarocca, remain as memorable and bracing as jumping into a cold plunge pool after a hot sauna!
IT isn’t every day you walk into the main theatre at the Harlow Playhouse to be confronted by a semi-naked woman hanging upside down from a rope. Then again, this was no ordinary play.
ON Tuesday, Harlow Playhouse launched its Christmas pantomime. This year, it is going to be Jack and The Beanstalk.
CELEBRATE the illustrious career ofmulti-Grammy award-winning legend and superstar, Sir Elton John. Crocodile Rock stars one of the UK’s most acclaimed Elton tribute artists alongside an amazing live eight-piece band, giving an unrivalled experience.
THERE is something inextricably sad about the death of Karen Carpenter at the age of 32 in 1983. All these yards later, it feels like the end point in any concert that focusses on her life and work.
FRESH from the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe Festival where they won two awards – The Scotsman’s Fringe First and Broadway World’s best circus/physical show, Shasha & Taylor Productions bring their debut show Everything I See I Swallow to Harlow Playhouse as part of an autumn 2019 tour.
FOR many of us, we still miss George Michael. There was something so likeable about him and much of his good work went under the radar.
THE world of tribute acts is evolving all the time and with that comes increased competition.
INTERNATIONAL tribute artiste Wayne Dilks and his band pay tribute to the late George Michael in this stunning show.
THE multi-award winning “theatrical firework” (The Independent) arrives at Harlow Playhouse, following critically acclaimed, sold out runs in London and Edinburgh.
FEATURING an impressive cast and accompanied by a large live orchestra with over 30 musicians