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The Only Way is Downton

Direct from a West End season comes this first national tour of Luke Kempner’s tour-de-force impressions comedy, in an extended version featuring exclusive new material.  As celebrities start appearing at the Abbey, cultures clash and eras hilariously collide in this brilliant new parody, which takes in many other popular TV shows.  Suitable for 14+. 

Saturday 10 May, 8pm
£12, £10 concession

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The Tap Dancing Mermaid

Additional show added at 11am. Gather round for the Moon's mystical story about Marina Skippett, a tippetty-top dancer he has been watching. She dances every night to the sound of the sea and one day she meets a mysterious boy swimming in the sea.... 

Saturday 26 April, 11am & 2.30pm
£5.50, £4 Dacorum Card

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News

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Focus on War Correspondents

​​On seeing a run-through of the show, Chris Stephen, who reported from the Bosnian and Libyan conflicts for The Guardian, said:

"What sticks in my mind is the portrayal of the jangled confusion of being a war reporter, that tangle of emotions and experiences. (The show) felt authentic, right down to the sets, I liked the way everyone was making do, sitting on desks or the floor or the edge of a chair and endlessly jotting in notebooks, which is the way it is. It¹s the first portrayal of war reporters I can remember that shows the tension of having to hit a deadline, which is the event that shapes our day and frames all the other tensions."

Thursday 8 & Friday 9 May, 8pm
£14, £10 concession
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England Away

2001, the night before England thrash Germany 5 – 1. Four England fans meet for the first time on a campsite in Munich.

1945, Alf and Ted march through Europe for home. Tonight, live on stage, stand up comic Eddy Brimson offers a funny, hard-hitting insight on English society, football and comedy today. Suitable for 16+

Saturday 3 May, 8pm
£12, £10 concession

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