Maltings Arts Theatre

Maltings Arts Theatre
26 The Maltings, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3HL
  • Telephone 07807 521436
  • Opening times By appointment.
  • Email
  • Website

Jump to times or comments

  • Provides: Free wi-fi

Event times

There are 10 events at this location

Sorted by title / date & time

Abigail's Party By Mike Leigh

Painfully funny iconic satire on the aspirations and tastes of the new middle classes in 1970s Britain.

Thu 16 Apr

Fri 17 Apr

Sat 18 Apr

Adult Child/dead Child By Claire Dowie

An acclaimed look at bad childhood and mental health. Beautifully written and performed by the author and company, the play finds humour in the horror of parental power at its worst.

The Boy Preference By Elinor Cook

Presented by Best Theatre Arts youth theatre group as part of the National Theatre Connections programme. In an affluent suburb in the near future the birth of a boy is greeted with shouts of joy firecrackers, but when a girl is born the neighbours say nothing and the child may simply vanish….. Dealing with powerful…

The Country By Martin Crimp

OVO presents a taut, enigmatic psychological thriller by one of the most celebrated and influential contemporary British playwrights. One night a doctor and his wife find a young woman unconscious by the side of the road. Who is she? Why does he bring her home? And how does she know so much about his family?

Wed 11 Mar

Thu 12 Mar

Fri 13 Mar

Sat 14 Mar

Folk @ The Maltings

Ragged Staff, Sue Graves, Batkin-Hill and Whinlatter

Fri 6 Mar

£6–£10 / 07807 521436

back to top

Hats Off To Laurel & Hardy

Presented by Lucky Dog Theatre Productions, this is an accurate and moving account of the lives and careers of Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy and is widely considered to be the closest portrayals to the actual people ever seen. Prepare to laugh your socks off before finally having your heart broken.

I, Elizabeth

Dyad Productions bring their critically acclaimed production to the Maltings Arts Theatre prior to its return to the Edinburgh Festival. Using only Elizabeth I's words, Rebecca Vaughan explores the queen's struggle to reconcile the desires of womanhood with the duties of sovereignty.

Wed 29 Jul

Thu 30 Jul

One Million Tiny Plays About Britain

Craig Taylor's poignant depiction of life in modern Britain. A multi-media production which is sometimes funny, sometimes serious. Running time 1 hour 30 minutes.

Thu 19 Mar

Fri 20 Mar

The Soldier's Tale By The Young People's Puppet Theatre And The Purcell School

A soldier on leave meets an old man to whom he agrees to give his violin in return for a book. The book predicts the Stock Market and makes the soldier very rich and successful, but at a price….. Composer Igor Stravinsky Librettist Charles-Ferdinand Ramuz

Woman In Mind By Alan Ayckbourn

Susan, a dissatisfied suburban housewife, invents a perfect family with hilarious though sometimes tragic consequences. Presented by Breakaway Theatre Company.

Fri 27 Feb

Sat 28 Feb

Comments & ratings

Post a comment