Belmont Theatre's next production:
February 22nd to 25th 2017
Ladies Who Lunch
- a sophisticated comedy by Tudor Gates
The Pump House Theatre & Arts Centre
Local Board Road, Watford, Herts. WD17 2JP
Tickets: £12.50 standard, £11.00 concessions (over 60/under 18)
Performances: Evenings 7.45 pm (Wed-Sat) and 2.45 pm (Saturday)
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Call Box Office: 07917 324179
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Feedback from audience member from Opening Night:-
"Just wanted to say that everyone of my group who came last night really enjoyed the play and said such nice things about it and the theatre - which most of them had not been to before. "
This sophisticated comedy set in London, New York and Sydney centres around the three wives of enormously rich men. The women plot to raise millions for charity to save starving children in Africa by stealing business information from their husbands to play the stock market. Their runaway success attracts interest from the authorities and the Mafia, leading to blackmail, murder and money laundering. This is a sophisticated comedy with a conscience, containing many twists and turns along the way.
Enjoy our shows with a group of friends, colleagues or clubmates. They'll thank you for organising it and extra concessions are sometimes available for pre-booked groups of more than 10 for certain performances. This is subject to availability so please book early.
First Rehearsal pictures for Ladies Who Lunch Pictures by Alice Brzezinska .
Spring Production: Our May 2017 production at The Pump House Theatre, Watford will be 'Suddenly At Home', a mystery thriller by Francis Durbridge. Performances 24th to 27th May.
Click HERE for synopsis.
Box Office opens 9th March 2017
Read through / Audition dates: 28th February / 2nd March 2017
Images from Belmont Theatre's October 2016 production of STEPPING OUT - which played to a complete run of sell-out performances at the Pump House Theatre, Watford.
Pics below from Belmont's May 2016 show, 'Night Must Fall - a psychological drama by Emlyn Williams, performed at the Pump House Theatre, Watford .
BELMONT THEATRE TAKES
TOP HONOURS AT THE 2016 BARNET & DISTRICT DRAMA FESTIVAL
FOR 'SITTING PRETTY'.
MORE INFO here
Another smokescreen from No.10? Belmont scored yet another success with 'Pardon Me, Prime Minister' in October 2015.
In October 2015, the group played to a run of full houses for 'Pardon Me, Prime Minister' , a traditional, well-crafted farce. The audiences showed they loved it and all the dedicated hard work really paid off; a real collective team with a hard-working cast and backstage team,with a great team effort from Front of House, Set Building, Working Parties, Props, Stage Managers, Prompt, Lighting and Sound, plus the vital work of Box Office and Publicity. Belmont at it's very best. The publicity for this play worked well and the eye-catching programme and poster designed by Mike and Maggie Morrow certainly was one of our best. Who could resist that red bra!!!?
Belmont Theatre is always looking to welcome new members and patrons. We have a terrific programme of plays in the pipeline and plenty for you to get involved in.
Michael Collins (Chairman)
Further photos from the Shakespeare workshop below.
A SELECTION OF BELMONT PLAYS ...
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