Bull Theatre

Bull Theatre
68 High Street, Barnet, Hertfordshire, EN5 5SJ

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Goldilocks And The Three Bears

Don't miss our fantastic new childrens' show! It's perfect for little ones but suitable for all ages. Complete with songs and dances, friendly characters and an opportunity to meet them for photo's after the show. Goldilocks and Tom the pipers son want more than their small town has to offer; they…

…and 3 more dates until 16 Apr

Leon The Magician

An evening of magic and illusion from the Magic Circle member.

Thu 20 Apr

£15 / 020 8441 5010

Neighbourhood Watch

Written by Alan Ayckbourn. Bluebell Hill Development is a wonderful place to live, until an innocent mistake leads to the residents taking extreme measures to protect themselves. In this play, highly topical given recent political events, Ayckbourn suggests that the biggest threat to the neighbourhood is not the…

Thu 11 May

£12 / 020 8441 5010

Fri 12 May

£12 / 020 8441 5010

Sat 13 May

£12 / 020 8441 5010

The Playing Space Festival Of Speech And Drama 2017

Students at The Playing Space will are performing at The Bull Theatre on 25th and 26th March. *MAKE SURE YOU BOOK FOR THE PERFORMANCE THAT YOUR CHILD IS TAKING PART IN! * We are very excited to announce that Madeleine Worrall will be our special guest, reviewing the performances and handing out prizes to everyone…

The Silencerz

North Londons favourite Ska band return to The Bull Theatre for an April fools day special. Get on your feet and dance and jive to some of the best live music barnet has to offer. Doors - 7pm Live Music - 8pm

Sat 1 Apr

£10 / 020 8441 5010

"teechers" By John Godber

John Godber’s fast moving comedy is set in a school. Taking a wry look at our education system, it tells the story of 3 students and their various trials and tribulations in class and life. The play concentrates on their experiences in their drama class and with the drama teacher, Mr Nixon. Exploring his struggles with…

Sun 19 Mar

Mon 20 Mar

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