Fri 23 – Sun 25 March 2018
Gangsta Granny LIVE on stage! Hertford Theatre, Fri 23 – Sat 24 March
I can hear the cheers already. This production of David Walliams’ book is from the producers of Horrible Histories so if I were you I would book tickets quickly!
Gangsta Granny Hertford Theatre, The Wash, Hertford SG14 1PS
St Albans South Signal Box Big Weekend, Sat 24 – Sun 25 March
Bells and whistles and levers. This is a free event, complete with signalling demonstrations and refreshments. 2-5pm.
South Signal Box, Ridgmont Road, St Albans, AL1 3AJ
Dad’s Army Radio Hour, Broadway theatre, Sun 25 March
Two actors play 25 characters in a staging of classic radio scripts based on favourite episodes from the original TV series. Impersonations and one liners galore from David Benson and Jack Lane, who played Norman Wisdom in Wisdom of a Fool. 7pm.
Shaw’s Corner opens again! Sat 24 March
Put the flags out! The marvellous Ayot St Lawrence National Trust property and former arts and crafts home to playwright George Bernard Shaw opens for the season on Saturday. And of course the gardens might not look quite like this yet, but they will. George Bernard Shaw’s wife Charlotte was a suffragist and both of them championed the suffrage movement which makes it all the more important to visit the house this year.
Shaw’s Corner Ayot St Lawrence AL6 9BX
Tower tour, St Albans Cathedral, Sat 24 and Sun 25 March
The best view in town! Climb to the top of the Norman Bell Tower in St Albans Cathedral via the north transept gallery, and come out on the roof of the tower. You need to book because this is very popular! £9.50