Fri 1 – Sun 3 Sept
FRI 1 - SUN 3 SEPT
The Producers, Gordon Craig Theatre, Stevenage, Fri 1 – Sat 9 Sept
Broadway comes to Stevenage with this well known musical based on the film by Mel Brooks. A plan goes wrong and a show that should flop turns out to be a hit. Paul Easom plays Max Bialystock and Ali Bastian (Hollyoaks, Strictly) is Ulla. The Gordon Craig has issued warnings that this musical is not for the easily offended so fasten your seatbelts. It’s a short run, just over one week, so be quick.
Pretty Woman and Rocky Horror Picture Show, Knebworth House, Fri 1 and Sat 2 Sept
Two more screenings from The Luna Cinema at Knebworth House this weekend. Bring blankets, picnics, you know the drill. Doors open 6.30pm; screening 8pm.
London Folk Festival, Cecil Sharp House, Sat 2 Sept
A day of music, dance and workshops at the magnificent Cecil Sharp House in Camden. Headlining are Lady Maisery and Jim Moray, with The Askew Sisters, Kim Lowings and The Greenwood and loads more. Free parking on Saturdays. 2 Regent’s Park Road, NW1 7AY.
Goblins Peter and the Wolf, Hertford Theatre, Fri 1- Sat 2 Sept
More end of school holidays fun with this interpretation of Peter and the Wolf. Goblins is a theatre company described as offering ‘wild creativity with a dose of anarchy’ and the message of this show is kindness. Bring it on. Expect real vegetable instruments and a rocking wolf. 11am and 2pm each day.
Berkhamsted Food Festival, Sun 3 Sept
The Berko Festival is loved by all. Lots of well known names and new ones too. Puddingstone Distillery with Campfire Gin, Crockers Chef’s Table and Zims Tribe and loads more with a choice selection of tastes and great stuff for kids. Perfect Sunday fodder. Ashlyns Hall Field. 11am – 5pm.