Herts Inclusive Theatre

Herts Inclusive Theatre (HIT) use the arts and wellbeing practices to build confidence, develop skills and give participants and their families memorable, enjoyable life experiences where everyone is encouraged, valued, supported and has their part to play. Led by experienced practitioners, our workshops are open to all and are especially welcoming to those with special

Rickmansworth Players

Rickmansworth Players is an award-winning community performing arts group based in Rickmansworth with a membership of over 140 members passionate about amateur theatre. Founded in 1944 we continue to put on at least two adult productions a year, one at the Pump House in the Spring. Our popular youth group also puts on two shows

Pump House Theatre Company

The Pump House Theatre Company was formed in the early 1970s with the sole intention of providing top class amateur theatre for the local community. Since then the old Victorian Pumping Station, which was taken over by a small group of enthusiasts, has developed and improved beyond recognition. Thanks to the dedication and hard work

Pump House CYT

The Pump House Children and Youth Theatre (CYT) was established in 1974. It is a volunteer run open access youth drama group which aims to provide young people of all backgrounds the opportunity to perform on stage. We strive to achieve the highest standards possible while keeping an enjoyable, learning environment. We do several productions

Belmont Theatre Company

Belmont Theatre Company  (originally known as Belmont Players) was formed in 1946 as the drama section of the Belmont Community in Harrow, Middlesex. Initially performing in church halls, the group started performing at the Harrow Arts Centre in the early 1990’s, moving from there to The Pump House Theatre, Watford in 2007 when the Arts

Watford Folk Club

The Watford Folk Club has an enviable reputation for the quality and the quantity of its floor singers/players and for headlining new and established Folk performers. There’s been a Folk Club at the Pump House since 1973. The present club was founded in 2008 and is a run by a committee and willing volunteers, all

Woodside Morris Men

Established in 1957, Woodside Morris are Watford’s very own exponents of this most traditional of English arts. Some call it English martial art! We normally dance every Wednesday at 8pm – in the summer months at pubs, fetes and festivals and the rest of the year we practise at the Pump House. We are now

Cathartic Creative Cafe

A friendly café, serving hot drinks and cakes. The Cathartic Creative Café is a fully inclusive community initiative, providing a warm and caring environment with a creative flare. At Cathartic, we strive to empower people to understand their worth and improve their wellbeing through creative arts. We work with a broad spectrum of some of our

Pump House Clog Morris

Pump House Clog Morris performs a style of English traditional dance called North West Morris. In the winter months we meet in Watford to perfect old and learn new dances. In the summer we dance out at various folk festivals and local events; our favourites include Rochester and Swanage. These outings are usually accompanied by social activities, such

Jo Emery Productions

ACTOR / DIRECTOR / PRODUCER / PLAYWRIGHT Jo Emery Productions has worked with several different Hertfordshire based theatre companies since 2002, including Radlett Players, Tidemark, Company of Ten, OVO, StageSpell, Pump House Watford, DeeBee Productions, Breakaway Theatre Company, Drama Impact.