- Telephone 0845 075 3993
- Website www.watford-colosseum.co.uk
In the heart of Watford, the Colosseum is a venue that seats almost 1400 people. It was built in 1938 by Charles Cowles-Voysey and acoustician Hope Bagenal, who also worked on the Royal Albert Hall and the Royal Festival Hall in London. As such, the venue is renowned for its acoustics and has been used for the recordings of film soundtracks including Lord of the Rings, The Sound of Music and Star Wars.
The stage at the Colosseum has held the likes of Elton John, Genesis, Marc Bolan and, more recently, Oasis, One Direction and Jools Holland.
Parking is available at a number of locations not far from the venue: The Gade multistory car park (Rosslyn Road) and The Avenue car park (Hempstead Road) are both open 24 hours a day. The train station is only 15 minutes by foot and serves trains from London Euston. Bus numbers W30, 500, 550 and 724 run close by.
There are 13 events at this location
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The erstwhile 80s pop pin-up plays his brand of post-punk and dandy pop.
Al Murray: Let's Go Backwards Together
A brand new show from everyone's favourite bigoted landlord, Al Murray, star of Happy Hour. Please only cheer at the irony and stay in your house if you actually hate the French.
Andy Williams Christmas Spectacular starring The Osmonds
Join The Osmonds as they take on Andy Williams' Christmas Spectacular so expect a mix of festive classics and Osmonds hits, featuring the Moon River Band and The Andy Williams Singers & Dancers.
Mon 19 Dec
£34.50 / 0845 075 3993
Babe, The Sheep-Pig
The story of a pig who wants to be a sheepdog.
Thu 24 Aug 2017
Sat 26 Aug 2017
Count Arthur Strong
Steve Delaney's deluded thespian creation returns with a new show.
Jimmy Carr: The Best of, Ultimate, Gold, Greatest Hits Tour
Acerbic wit and dark, deadpan one-liners from familiar telly face Carr.
Sat 28 Oct 2017
£28.50 / 0845 075 3993
Tue 28 Nov 2017
£28.50 / 0845 075 3993
The British-Iranian comedian and star of stage and screen brings his new show to an adoring public.
A tribute to Prince.
Ross Noble: Brain Dump
The wild-haired Geordie, prone to wondrous tangents and surreal interludes, wanders back out on tour with a brand new show.
The eighties' singer with the famous hips performs his past hits to celebrate the anniversary of 30 years since the release of his first hit in the UK. In 1980 the singer released Hot Dog after years of touring and recording Stevens got his big break. His success in the eighties continued with the release of Marie Marie…
Thank You For The Music
Double the tribute trouble with a night of ABBA and Bee Gees covers.
Welcome to the Carnevil
The Circus of Horrors present the story of a young girl who runs away to join the circus but finds herself in a big top ruled by the undead. Set in Victorian London when Jack The Ripper was at large and the Freakshow was all the rage the show features killer clowns, sword swallowers, demon dwarfs and death deifying…