- Box office 01707 645005
- Box office times Mon–Fri 9.45am–4.45pm; Sat 10am–1.45pm; Most Evenings 7–8pm
- Website www.hertsmereleisure.co.uk/wyllyotts-theatre/
Wyllyotts Theatre offers a programme of cinema and theatre including drama, children's shows and musicals. There are weekly clubs and courses including the Potters Bar Community Choir as well as a series of events run by the 50+ activities team.
Several private rooms within the venue are available to hire for functions, meetings and celebrations. There is a theatre cafe, theatre bar and meals are available before every performance.
The Wyllyotts Theatre is a three minute walk from Potters Bar Train Station. There is an underground CPZ car park and CPZ parking around the far side of the building, parking is free after 6.30pm.
There are 8 events at this location
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1989, Remember The 80's
This PQA Hertford production of '1989, Remember the 80's' is a Musical Theatre comedy written by Claudio Ravanelli.
- 134 min
- Directed by: Sriram Raghavan
- Cast: Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Varun Dhawan, Yami Gautam
- UK release: 20 February 2015
A dark thriller about a man whose family are killed during a robbery. Fifteen years later, when he finds the wrong-doers, he decides to avenge their deaths.
The pop troubadour who thanked his lucky stars in the 70s is experiencing a revival.
Lucy Kay blends her love of heavy metal into her operatic sounds.
Rob Beckett: Mouth Of The South
Cheeky and upbeat humour from the star of BBC's Live At The Apollo and Mock The Week and Channel 4's 8 Out Of 10 Cats Does Countdown.
Roy Chubby Brown
Blue comedy from man branded 'too rude for television'. Never mind the comedy, that patchwork jacket is hardly fit for public consumption.
Fri 13 Nov
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A Royal Night Out
- 97 min
- Directed by: Julian Jarrold
- Written by: Trevor De Silva/Kevin Hood
- Cast: Sarah Gadon, Emily Watson, Rupert Everett
- UK release: 15 May 2015
Whimsical romance based on the true story of how, on VE Day 1945, the teenage princesses Elizabeth (Gadon) and Margaret (Powley) were allowed out of Buckingham Palace to celebrate with the crowds. Gadon is hugely likeable, Powley steals scenes, Everett is excellent as their father and it's tender, funny and occasionally…