TOP comedian Dane Baptiste brings his radical humour to the Harlow Playhouse.
A CELEBRATION of the life and work of Frank Sinatra comes to the Harlow Playhouse.
HOST of Live At The Apollo and star of Radio 4, the great Hal is back ranting about the real evils of the modern world – over sharing on social media and the 5:2 diet. The more he complains the funnier he gets. Book Early. As seen on The John Bishop Show, The Royal Variety Performance, Would I Lie To You?, The Great British Bake Off; An Extra Slice, Live At The Palladium and Have I Got News For You.
“THE STAGE” described Blackeyed Theatre as one of the “most innovative companies working in English theatre”. That is a big call, so we went to see their version of F.Scott Fitzgerald with great expectations.
IMMERSING you in the decadence of America’s ‘Jazz Age’, The Great Gatsby is brought to life in this sizzling new stage adaptation from nationally acclaimed Blackeyed Theatre. Recreating the sights, sounds and feel of America’s ‘Roaring Twenties’ as seen through the eyes of Nick Carraway, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece is a brilliant evocation of a society obsessed with wealth and status.
IT was just one song but it was a special moment for this reviewer. On Friday, as part of their barnstorming set at the Playhouse, T.Rextasy played an unplugged version of Heroes as a tribute to David Bowie.
FROM Love Me Do to Let It Be, this concert celebrates the Golden Anniversary of Help.
THE EVER popular T.Rextasy are set to come to the Harlow Playhouse. Fan or not, this is a great evening of music that pays tribute to the Jeepster’s work.
THEY first came to fame in 1964 with the number “Call Up the Groups” (Parts 1 and 2). It overcame copyright restrictions and parodied a number of the leading pop groups of the time including the Searchers, Freddie and the Dreamers, the Dave Clark Five, the Bachelors, the Rolling Stones, and the Beatles. The song […]
THE latest in the “Pay What you Can” season at the Harlow Playhouse is the award winning play Confirmation.
BOUND which is inspired by true accounts of human trafficking was the first Pay What You Can Season show at Harlow Playhouse and it was a complete success with over a 100 people through the door and 30% of the audience that had never been to Harlow Playhouse before. Harlow Playhouse is excited for the rest of the season and they have some great shows coming up.
PHYSICAL Theatre can be a tricky business. It has to get the balance right between being visually interesting and keeping the narrative running. Justice in Motion are an Oxford theatre company whose production Bound managed to seamlessly synthesise those two themes.
AWARD-winning theatre company, Global Productions, will be making a welcome return to the main stage at the Harlow Playhouse this month with an action -packed version of E.Nesbit’s much loved children’s classic The Railway Children, which runs for five performances during half term week from Friday 19th to Sunday 21st February. (Tickets here.)
BOUND had a very emotional and personal response from audiences in Oxford when it was first performed in 2013. Following their recent redevelopment of the piece, they hope that its stunning new set structure and deeper research into the victims of human trafficking will allow this production to have an even stronger impact in the Harlow community.
THE Bee Gees were three brothers who from singing close harmony as children grew to become world superstars by their early twenties. They got to a point where they broke up and could no longer speak to each other; only to reform and reinvent disco music as in ‘Saturday Night Fever’. They went on to be acknowledged as some of the greatest song writers in history, and it has been estimated that the Bee Gees’ career record sales total more than 220 million, making them one of the best-selling music artists of all time.
A vibrant coming-of-age story about becoming a man through adventures big and small. It is about a notorious city, and football. How the world views it, and how it views the world.
TODAY marks David Bowie’s 69th birthday. It also marks the release of his latest album Backstar. But who can remember back to February 20th 1092, when the Thin White Duke played the Harlow Playhouse?
A chance to see the premiere of Madam Butterfly at your local Theatre. The highly acclaimed Russian State Opera returns with the perfect tragic opera
THE HARLOW Playhouse production of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs was everything that every pantomime could wish itself to be.
SAMUEL BECKETT’S 60-year-old masterpiece, Waiting for Godot, is coming to the Harlow Playhouse for three nights only.
THE Festive celebrations are starting early this year at the Playhouse with the arrival of The Three Half Pints on 20th November.
A MULTI-SENSORY tale which immerses audience members in a world of sight, sounds, smells and sensations is coming to the Harlow Playhouse on 18th November and has already sold out!
“Some are born great, some achieve greatness…” Harlow schools outstanding at Shakespeare Schools Festival
THERE is a famous saying in show business: never work with children and animals.
However, last Wednesday night’s performance at the Harlow Playhouse proved at least one element of this statement wrong.
THE Searchers remarkable career continues. With such classic hits as, Sweets For My Sweet; Needles and Pins; Don’t Throw Your Love Away; Sugar and Spice and When You Walk In The Room, they have contributed enormously in establishing the UK as the world’s leading nation in the music industry.