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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.
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Robert can think of nothing to wish for as he blows out the candles on his 35th birthday cake. A New York bachelor, he begins to wonder whether being single is right for him – or whether he should look for something deeper in terms of relationships. Time magazine called Company ‘a landmark musical, one of those few…
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…
Lovesong is the story of one couple told from two different points in their lives – as young lovers at the start of their marriage and as elderly companions looking back on their relationship. Both pairs appear onstage together as the action interweaves seamlessly between past and present. This poignant play was…
The Pirates of Penzance
Two Oxford undergraduates, Brandon and Granillo, murder a fellow student for no other reason than ‘the fun of the thing’. Will they get away with their crime? Will nervy Granillo crack under the pressure? Or will the intriguing poet Rupert Cadell see through their dark games and bring the audacious pair to justice?
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…
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Patrick Hamilton's 1929 murder story.
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…
She Stoops to Conquer
Oliver Goldsmith’s 1773 play is still laugh-out-loud funny after all these years. It’s a comedy of manners with romantic entanglements, farce and a host of brilliantly comic characters. Will Charles ever realise that Kate isn’t a barmaid? Can Tony avoid marrying Constance and get his hands on Bet Bouncer? And will Mrs…