Harlow Playhouse launch exciting new brochure

Musicals are in the air at Harlow Playhouse this summer starting with Steven Arnold (Coronation Street star), hitting the stage with Chaplin (23rd July) alongside co-star Rachael Wood (Emmerdale) for a heartwarming and hilarious musical about Chaplin’s journey from Victorian London to the glitz of early Hollywood. An untold story too fascinating to be missed! Next we have Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story ( 31st Aug – 3rd Sept) featuring two terrific hours of the greatest songs ever written, including That’ll Be The Day, Oh Boy, Rave On, La Bamba, Chantilly Lace, Johnny B. Goode, Raining In My Heart, Everyday, Shout and many many more, this show is just Peggy Sue-perb! The Sun say that “This show is an absolute must. If you haven’t seen the brilliant musicalBuddy yet, buy your ticket now!”


Come and be amazed by Light Show at the Harlow Playhouse

A NEW show for young people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, and for children on the autism spectrum. An exquisite play of light and shadow, a serene papery white landscape transitions from a beautiful warm day at the beach to a dreamy moonlit wonderland. The young audience is taken on an immersive, multi-sensory journey of textures, smells and tactile experiences.

The Effect – Rehearsal Diary Week 1

The Effect – Rehearsal Diary Week 1

The Effect is the production currently in rehearsal by the Moot House Players, directed by Harry Tennison. This diary covers their rehearsal process from the first week of rehearsals to the final night. The Effect follows Connie and Tristan as they are involved in a clinical drugs trail for a new antidepressant drug. The production […]

The Lady Boys of Bangkok are coming to Harlow

BE prepared for “a complete night of entertainment” as for the first time ever, the glamorous and stunning Lady boys of Bangkok are coming to Harlow with a dazzling new production of the country’s most popular touring cabaret show “FOREVER YOURS…X” on the 3rd May at the Playhouse Theatre.

Worship at the feet of Jonny and the Baptists

MUSICAL satirists JONNY & THE BAPTISTS are thrilled to announce their most extensive tour to date. This spring, they will travel across the UK with their climate change musical comedy-theatre crossover hit THE END IS NIGH, following its acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe premiere. Playing over 40 dates across two months,

Harlow Chorus set for 40th anniversary concert

EXIT PURSUED BY A HIPPOPOTAMUS! This is not a stage direction for Harlow Chorus’ 40th Anniversary concert at Chelmsford Cathedral on 16th April ay 7.00pm, but a ‘moment’ in the life of composer David Fanshawe who inadvertently hit a hippo on the head with a canoe paddle during his journeys across Arabia and Africa collecting music for African Sanctus.

Strictly Harlow Playhouse….

STRICTLY Come Dancing favourites Ian Waite and Natalie Lowe will perform a dance showcase spectacular designed to dazzle and wow you. The pro-pairing are best known for their high intensity performances on the hit BBC show and have become family favourites as they push the boundaries of dance to bring the best out of their celebrity couples.

Harlow Ballet to present Coppelia at the Playhouse

MORE than 100 performers from Harlow Ballet Association will perform Coppelia at Harlow Playhouse from Thursday, April 7 to Saturday, April 10. Set in a European village the story sees a toy maker create a doll so life-like that a young man falls in love with it. The classic tale shows the doll come to life and compete for the man’s affection with his previous girlfriend.

Rapunzel will rock the Harlow Playhouse this Easter

THIS Easter, join the fun of our all-new Rock and Roll family musical version of Rapunzel Rocks. From the producers of recent Easter smah-hit productions, The Wizard of Oz, and Robin Hood, enjoy all the best traditions of a fairytale story, but with new twists and rockin’ music, this very special production is one for the whole family to enjoy.

Review Being Maggie by Pip Utton

Then an awkward question on gay rights and the Section 28 ban, which produces a surprising insight into Maggie being one of the few Conservative MPs to support Leo Abse’s 1967 Private Members Bill that decriminalised homosexual acts between males aged over 21.

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