ON TUESDAY night, a new play by Harlow writer, Carly Godfrey-Bridger makes its debut at the Harlow Playhouse.
Bring your ‘tiddlers’ along to join Mr Bloom and the Veggies on their first ever live tour! They’re busily getting the allotment ready for a very special visit from a member of the Royal family. So why don’t you pop along and say ‘ello’ too for a right-Royal knees up.
A hilarious, pan-generational and heart-breaking call to arms for our modern age. Spine charts the explosive relationship between a ferocious, wise- cracking teenager and an elderly East End widow.
JOIN German Comedy Ambassador Henning for an evening of Teutonic jolliness. After his last show tackled those well-known staples of light entertainment
FOLLOWING her sell-out 2015 tour, Judie is back on the road with special acoustic concert, promising to be an intimate evening of old favourites and new songs and tales from across her life and career.
An epic tale of magic, heroism, love and betrayal; adapted by the author of War Horse. When a boy becomes stranded at sea, he is rescued by a mysterious old man who claims to be King Arthur of Pendragon.
OVER the last twelve months, Stephen has performed his unique brand of feel-good comedy across the world. And what did he find when he travelled? People. People like you and me and some of them said the most ridiculous things – to his face!
Hugo Cedar was an Edwardian magician known as the ‘Vanishing Man’; he created the perfect trick and then disappeared forever, but his story lives on…
THE multi-million selling recording artist and award-winning theatre star, Barbara Dickson, makes a much welcome return to Harlow Playhouse, along with her accomplished band for a very special concert.
Direct from Las Vegas, the iconic music of Frank Sinatra is brought to life once again HIS WAY. Featuring the swing, the swagger and the velvet vocals of Frank Sinatra in concert, enjoy an unmissable evening with Stephen Triffitt.
YOU remember the songs. now experience their story.
Following its West End debut at the Leicester Square Theatre, You Win Again – The Story of the Bee Gees will be embarking on its first ever nationwide tour.
EVER wanted to try your hand at playwriting and have it performed?
MARKING 45 years to the day since David Bowie’s live concert at Harlow Playhouse, Ultimate Bowie celebrates the work of the late, great global super-star.
HARLOW Playhouse and BBC Music Introducing in Essex join forces to present a very special series of live gigs, all hand-picked to nurture and give exposure to the freshest artists across the UK. Enjoy the pleasure of discovering new music and artists on your doorstep, at Harlow Playhouse
AS Harlow Playhouse celebrates it’s biggest Christmas sales to date, we catch up with Scott Ramsay on his last Festive Season as Director of Harlow Playhouse.
HARLOW Playhouse and Imagine Theatre In association with The Belgrade, Coventry present a Christmas treat for young children written by Iain Lauchlan, creator of The Tweenies.
HARLOW Playhouse and BBC Music Introducing in Essex join forces to present a very special series of live gigs, all hand-picked to nurture and give exposure to the freshest artists across the UK.
PORTSMOUTH’S New Theatre Royal has appointed Scott Ramsay as its new chief executive reports The Stage
Ballet Black PAY WHAT YOU CAN SEASON Ballet Black collaborates with three bold and inventive choreographers to present an irresistible trilogy of narrative and abstract dance. Featuring works by Arthur Pita, Christopher Marney and Christopher Hampson, including the wonderful Storyville- a 1920s bittersweet fable of farm girl Nola, set in New Orleans to the haunting […]
BALLET is often regarded by the uninitiated as a fluffy and delicate dance form: dainty steps and fluid movement dressed up in pretty, frilly costumes.
PAUL Young takes Los Pacaminos to the stage of the Harlow Playhouse
A GREAT night of soul is in store as the Stand By Me show is set for the Harlow Playhouse.
HARLOW’S Playhouse new café bar offers an inviting community hub with secluded areas aimed at providing just the right space for your needs. Comfortable leather sofas give way to exciting play areas just round the corner from a large practical committee table and and along the passage
JESS and Joe Forever sounding like something you might find carved into an old tree this it seems was the idea behind it. The play is set as the audience enter; there is a worn chequered carpet on which stands speakers, microphones and an enigmatic pile of dirt. The show begins without incident as the only two performers arrive onstage to wander about making direct and awkward looks towards the audience.