Maltings Arts Theatre

Maltings Arts Theatre
26 The Maltings, St Albans, Hertfordshire, AL1 3HL
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Maltings Arts Theatre
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Emma is married to Robert, who is the best friend of Jerry, who is the lover of Emma. Betrayal begins at the end of the affair and pursues an electrifying journey to the moment it began. Smart, darkly funny and full of yearning, Betrayal is Harold Pinter's most personal, accessible and enthralling play.

Thu 17 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Fri 18 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 19 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Christmas Carol

An old Dickensian arrives to tell us about the story he has heard of Scrooge. He opens his Big Book but as he doe he starts transforming into the different characters! Bt the narrator spots that in the audience Bob Crotchet, Tiny Tim, Belle and Fezziwig seem to be hiding and children from the audience participate as the…

Sat 26 Nov

Christmas Cracker

OVO's house band, Food of Love, and the OVOcalists, present their ever-popular seasonal selection of mellow musical numbers.

Fri 16 Dec

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 17 Dec

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

A Christmas Trifle

A recipe for an evening os song, harmony, humour and festive fun.

Sat 3 Dec

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Folk @ The Maltings - Harp & A Monkey: The Great War

The acclaimed northern folk and storytelling outfit Harp and a Monkey, including an internationally recognised WW1 expert, author and broadcaster, mark the ongoing centenary of the First World War with new songs and stories.

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Ghost Sonata

A poor student chances on a rich old invalid and is invited to a ghost supper where adultery, murder and betrayal are stripped bare in the house of the living dead. Vampires, evil spirits and a talking mummy expose the stench and decay that lies just beneath the surface of genteel society. August Strindberg's…

Thu 24 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Fri 25 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 26 Nov

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Great Britain - An Evening Of Fresh New Work

Four new plays, including a winning play from the Kenneth Branagh Award for New Writing, a fun satire and some dance theatre.

Hansel&gretal And You…who?

Hansel & Gretal have been turned into oven gloves and don't know what to do? With a Gingerbread man and a Witch, plus some woodland animals, Booster Cushion's take on the Grimms' tale delights audiences from 3 years upwards.

Hansel & Gretel - Saco

St Albans Chamber Opera presents Engelbert Humperdink's charming and delightful opera based on the Brothers Grimm's tale. Musical direction by Simon Haynes.

Thu 8 Dec

£12.50–£15 / 07807 521436

Fri 9 Dec

£12.50–£15 / 07807 521436

Sat 10 Dec

£12.50–£15 / 07807 521436

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Katie's Jumping Fleas

A 17-strong ukulele band takes you for a romp across the decades. An evening of great music, marvellous entertainment and frivolous and ribald banter!

Sat 29 Oct

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Masque Of The Red Death/fall Of The House Of Usher

Two short plays by Edgar Allen Poe, presented by Holly Road Productions.

More Songs In The Key Of Lee

Following her sell-out show at the Maltings Arts Theatre in 2013, Fenella Lee returns with her band and a brand new show. Through the lyrics and music of some of the greatest songwriters, this new collection of songs explores the emotions and the crazy maze of love, loss and new beginnings.

Sun 4 Dec

Regulation 18B - No Free Man

Written in 2012 by US lawyer Scott Wright and premiered in the UK in 2015, the play is based on true events from the time of the Blitz when Britain stood alone against Nazi terror. Lord Atkin, and eminent and admired Law Lord - must decide a case which could be the culmination of his career, or forever tarnish his…

Fri 11 Nov

Sat 12 Nov

St Albans 3 Tenors & Saco

The St Albans 3 tenors and the St Albans Chambe Opera chorus.

Fri 21 Oct

£12.50–£15 / 07807 521436

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