Theatrical events coming soon at the Pump House…
***POSTPONED to a future date***
Unfortunately due to today’s announcement placing Watford into Tier 3, our Saturday 19th December Spotlight Series event will be postponed to next month. The amazing line up of star guests will still be joining us next year so do look out for future updates.
After a brief pause for Lockdown 2.0 The Spotlight Series is back (Oh yes it is!)! Join us for a festive and funny evening where our host will be joined by Watford’s own and legendary Pantomime Dame - Martyn Knight, the Olivier award nominated and creators of Potted Panto Dan Clarkson and Jeff Turner PLUS Winners of Britain's Got Talent The Champions Twist and Pulse.
The Pump House Theatre in Watford have teamed up with West End and International theatre producer Chris Wheeler (whose credits include ‘The West End Men’ at the Vaudeville Theatre, ‘George’s Marvellous Medicine’ for Curve in Leicester and ‘The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson’ for Glynis Henderson Productions) to launch its ‘Spotlight Series’. A season of staged interviews and masterclasses with top arts industry professionals from across the world.
The 90 minute ‘episodes’ will be once a month and promises audiences (who will be socially distanced) a rare and unique opportunity to get “up close and personal” with special guests from all areas of the arts industry.
Guests in the series will include writers, directors, performers and practitioners from theatre, music, television and film industries. The full line up for the season is still to be announced.
Each episode will take audiences on a thrilling insight and experience into the lives and work of some of the world’s finest talent as well and include exclusive performances, masterclasses and Q&A sessions.
More episodes to be announced...
Jo Emery Productions presents:
Presented by Jo Emery Productions
“After a long, successful career, the ageing Lear is dividing up his Property Development business empire between his three daughters. The onset of dementia has made his behaviour erratic and dangerous and threats of a hostile French Corporate take-over bid are circling. His rash decision to give up all his power has devastating and fatal consequences for him, his family and Executives. A modern day, reduced version of the classic Shakespearean tragedy, referencing mental health, homelessness and knife crime.
Wednesday 12th to Saturday 15th May 2021
7.45 pm nightly
Please note this has changed to a Live Streamed/No audience Event : Tickets £14
Tickets must be purchased before 5:45pm on each night of the performance in order to obtain the YouTube streaming link in time.
Box Office: 0333 666 3366
Visit website: www.joemery.co.uk and Facebook page "Jo Emery Productions"