Maltings Arts Theatre

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

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Maltings Arts Theatre
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There are 9 events at this location

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Folk - Dan Raza, Danny Pedler & Rosie Butler Hall And Saul Bailey

Dan Raza is one of the leading lights on the UK singer songwriter and folk roots scene; Danny Pedler and Rosie Butler-Hall are a young duo who perform flowing melodies, intricate harmonies and strong rhythms; and Saul Bailey, from North Hertfordshire, plays mainly English folk music on melodeon and concertina.

Folk - The James Brothers And Shorelark

Traditional tunes from the British Isles get the Antipodean treatment from The James Brothers, plus young New Roots finalists Shorelark.

Gala Concert

Allcock & Brown and Mike Ruff present the second Gala Concert featuring Said the Maiden, Peter Morton and special guest James O'Grady.

Tue 31 Jan

Lily And Bear

Lily and Bear - Once in a while, along comes the perfect picture book, bearing the hallmarks of a true classic. Adapted to stage with songs and music It premieres in the the Royal Albert Hall's Elgar room on 14th Feb, followed by other venues. Running time approx 45 mins. Aimed at families. Lily loves Bear and…

No Exit

Jean-Paul Sartre's Huis Clos is performed in English by DeeBee Productions.

Wed 22 Feb

£5–£12 / 07807 521436

Thu 23 Feb

£5–£12 / 07807 521436

Fri 24 Feb

£5–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 25 Feb

The Odd Couple

Presented by Holly Road Productions.

Sat 21 Jan

£7.50–£10 / 07807 521436

Thu 26 Jan

£7.50–£10 / 07807 521436

Fri 27 Jan

£7.50–£10 / 07807 521436

Sat 28 Jan

£7.50–£10 / 07807 521436

Splendour

In the opulent drawing room of the Presidential Palace, a Western photojournalist awaits the return of the dictator. She is here to take his portrait. The dictator’s wife, her best friend and an interpreter wait with her. Prada shoes, vodka glasses and light fingers tap out the time. He is late, very late… All four women…

Thu 16 Mar

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Fri 17 Mar

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 18 Mar

£7.50–£12 / 07807 521436

…and 3 more dates until 25 Mar

Uncle Vanya

Anya Reiss's updated version of Chekhov's 1898 play. This modern adaptation captures life over a century later yet the themes are more relevant than ever; the divide between the workers and the intelligentsia, love as escapist fantasy and the preciousness of the natural world.

Fri 10 Feb

£10.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 11 Feb

£10.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Fri 17 Feb

£10.50–£12 / 07807 521436

Sat 18 Feb

£10.50–£12 / 07807 521436

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