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Our Autumn 2015 season begins on Friday 4 September.
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New Family Show




Old Mother Hubbard

Old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard to fetch her poor dog a bone, but when she got there, the cupboard was bare… Or was it?....

A dotty old woman takes you on a nursery rhyme journey as she clatters about in her kitchen and her dancing dog sniffs out trouble in the most unlikely places.

Garlic Theatre delight children and adults alike with a spicy blend of slapstick and folk humour. This fresh and funny adaptation, with well-crafted glove puppets, features clowning and a feast of musical treats.

Suitable for 3 to 7 years

Saturday 12 September, 11am
£5.50, £4 Dacorum Card

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New Music




Bendrix: Benji Kirkpatrick’s Hendrix Project


A well-known performer on the UK folk scene, Benji embarks on a new solo project, reinterpreting the songs of Jimi Hendrix; stripping back the layers of guitar, the psychedelia, and the era, revealing the songs in their pure form.

Remembered for his pioneering, exceptional ability as a guitarist, on (and off) stage antics, Hendrix’s legacy extends to a wealth of great songs.

Leaving behind the guitar altogether (Hendrix did that rather well…), Benji tackles his material on bouzouki, banjo and mandolin, and will perform the songs of Hendrix like you’ve never heard them before.

Friday 18 September, 8pm
£12, £10 concession, £9 Dacorum Card

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Filomena Campus Trio

Internationally renowned and award winning Sardinian jazz vocalist, lyricist, theatre and artistic director Filomena Campus lives in London. She has collaborated with top jazz musicians Kenny Wheeler, Evan Parker, Guy Barker, Orphy Robinson, Cleveland Watkiss, Jean Toussaint, Antonio Forcione and the London Improvisers Orchestra.

Performing in the trio with Filomena are jazz masters Steve Lodder and Dudley Phillips.

Please note this performance will be in The Cellar Club

Saturday 12 September, 8pm
£14, £12 concession

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New Dance

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I Loved You and I Loved You

When Morfydd Owen closed her eyes she would have heard nothing but music. Songs, symphonies and piano pieces poured through her.

In her few short years she won more awards than anyone else in the entire history of the Royal Academy of Music. Her friendships included DH Lawrence, Ezra Pound and Ernest Jones, Freud’s closest associate and her future husband.

Dance drama I Loved You and I Loved You tells the true story of this gifted composer, who died mysteriously at just 26. Performance contains male nudity. Suitable for 16+

Tuesday 29 September, 8pm
£12, £10 concession, £9 Dacorum Card, £5 UpStaged

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