Abbey Theatre

Abbey Theatre
Westminster Lodge, Holywell Hill, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 2DL
  • Telephone 01727 857861
  • Box office times Mon–Sat 9.30am–noon.
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  • Website www.abbeytheatre.org.uk

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Abbey Theatre

The Abbey Theatre is home to the Company of Ten, one of the best drama groups in the country. Enjoy high quality, affordable entertainment in our 230-seat Main Auditorium and 78-seat Studio. We are close to St Albans city centre, with adjacent parking, a licensed bar and a welcoming atmosphere.
The Theatre is run by people with a passion for theatre. Why not join us, and get involved in acting and a variety of backstage activities. Alternatively, join our Theatre Club to book discounted tickets, or add your name to our mailing list.

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Bull

Audiences will be riveted and stunned in equal measure by this compelling work by an award-winning young playwright. The action is unrelenting and at times vicious as the play explores fear, power and control in the ‘bullring’ of office politics. Mike Bartlett’s play won an Olivier Award in 2015. The Guardian said…

Fri 20 Jan

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sat 21 Jan

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sun 22 Jan

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

…and 5 more dates until 28 Jan

Loserville

It’s 1971, and misfit computer geek Michael Dork and his friends are about to change the world. Michael’s also discovered a girl, Holly, a prospect almost as exciting as his love of binary. If only he had the courage to talk to her… ‘Bursting with colour and energy, packed with jokes and boasting the most memorable…

Thu 6 Apr

£11 (£10) / 01727 857861

Fri 7 Apr

£11 (£10) / 01727 857861

The Pirates of Penzance

This is the third outing for St Albans Chamber Opera’s performances of Gilbert and Sullivan. A strong and lively cast with the SACO orchestra and chorus promises a wonderful evening of melodies and fun. Director: Peter Kestner, Conductor: David Ireson. The Gala Opening Night is Wednesday 15 March with…

Wed 15 Mar

Thu 16 Mar

Fri 17 Mar

The Ride Down Mt Morgan

When Lyman Felt is hospitalised after a serious car accident, he wakes to find both his wives at his bedside. Theo and Leah had no idea they were married to a bigamist, and Felt finds himself in the impossible position of having to explain his actions. Exploring themes of truth, betrayal, self-deception and love, the…

Fri 21 Apr

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sat 22 Apr

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sun 23 Apr

Studio Theatre

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

…and 5 more dates until 29 Apr

Rope

Patrick Hamilton's 1929 murder story.

Fri 24 Feb

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sat 25 Feb

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

Sun 26 Feb

£12 (£11) / 01727 857861

…and 5 more dates until 4 Mar

The School Film

The Company of Teens presents this year’s National Theatre Connections’ play. A school assembles to watch ‘the school film’ which turns out to be an old British classic from the 1940s. As the young viewers absorb the adventures of the characters in the film, they begin to discover what their own ‘great expectations…

Wed 22 Mar

£11 (£10) / 01727 857861

Thu 23 Mar

£11 (£10) / 01727 857861

Fri 24 Mar

£11 (£10) / 01727 857861

Sweeney Todd

Audiences will be riveted and stunned in equal measure by this compelling work by an award-winning young playwright. The action is unrelenting and at times vicious as the play explores fear, power and control in the ‘bullring’ of office politics. Mike Bartlett’s play won an Olivier Award in 2015. The Guardian said…

Wed 8 Feb

£10 (£8) / 01727 857861

Thu 9 Feb

£10 (£8) / 01727 857861

Fri 10 Feb

£10 (£8) / 01727 857861

To Go We Know Not Where

Audiences will be riveted and stunned in equal measure by this compelling work by an award-winning young playwright. The action is unrelenting and at times vicious as the play explores fear, power and control in the ‘bullring’ of office politics. Mike Bartlett’s play won an Olivier Award in 2015. The Guardian said…

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