Odeon Cinema, Jarman Park, Hemel
Monday 13 June – Finding Neverland
Monday 20 June – A Very Long Engagement
Monday 27 June – The Aviator
Monday 4 July – Vanity Fair
All tickets £2.50
Doors open 10.30am
Film begins 11am
Seats may be booked in advance by telephoning 0871 22 44 007.
Old Town Hall, High Street, Hemel
Box Office Tel: 01442 228091
Friday 3 June 8pm: Julie Felix – The
Rainbow Tour. Celebrating 40 years in the industry, Felix’s music defies all labels and boundaries.
Tickets £10; Concessions £9.
Wednesday 1 June 10.30am-4.30pm. One day drama workshop for children aged 8-16, creating a final show for parents and friends at the end.
Thursday 2 June 1.30-4.30pm. Half Term Theatre for 5-7 year olds. An opportunity for young children who love acting and using their imagination to create their own half term theatre company. The group will work towards a short performance to show at the end of the workshop. Tickets £5.
Saturday 4 June. Theatre on the Move. Join a team of actors to explore your imagination on a tour of the Old High Street. Suitable for ages 5-10 and their family and friends. Duration 1 hour. Tickets £4. Family ticket £10 (2 adults and 2 children OR 1 adult and 3 children).
For information on children’s events
tel: 01442 228098.
Watford Palace Theatre
Until June 18: Alfie – A new musical based on the novel by Bill Naughton with Darren Day as Alfie.
June 23 – July 16: Get Ken Barlow, an outrageous comedy by Ian Kershaw.
Evenings 7.45pm; Wednesday matinee 2.30pm; Saturday matinee 3pm.
Box office 01923 225671.
Abbey Theatre, St Albans
June 17-25 at 8pm in the Studio.
The Women of Troy by Euripides translated by Don Taylor.
Box Office: 01727 857861