Growing up in the deepest darkest parts of India and then being thrown into the West with no language, culture, personality, looks or even a clue.
Steeped in the traditions of American folk, country, gospel and blues, Tom’s is an Americana style of Alt Country meets Greenwich Village Folk Revival. Hailing from Hastings on the South Coast of England, Tom crafts heartfelt songs from everyday life, with a softly understated vocal style underpinned by a mix of Merle Travis style fingerpicking… Read More »Tom Cole
This Is Not A Theatre Company is pleased to present its live, site-specific, participatory, multi-sensory Play in Your Bathtub 2.0. Named one of the Top 5 Immersive Companies in NYC, This Is Not a Theatre Company now brings their work into people’s bathtubs to promote playful self-care through creativity. Play In Your Bathtub 2.0 has… Read More »Play… In Your Bathtub 2.0
A precious and unique sari awaits the presence of a boy to pull them out of the closet and drape them on his slender shoulders. In the meantime, the sari shares secrets with anyone who cares to hold a fabric close to their heart.To experience this piece: go to a closet, find a piece of… Read More »A Little Drape of Heaven
Watford Folk Club bring this true musical story to the Pump House.On the evening of Wednesday January 22nd 1873, a ship rests at anchor in calm seas, two miles off the Kentish shore. On board are three hundred and seventy nine men, women and children mostly emigrants travelling to Tasmania to construct the railway line.… Read More »Northfleet – A musical play by Alison Raymond
Local actor Stephen Smith unveils his debut art exhibition into the world – starting with Watford! ‘Monsters That Made Me’ is a series of painted portraits of Hollywood movie monsters from a by-gone age. These iconic faces have shaped both the landscape of horror cinema and Stephen’s personal fascination with actors and the art of… Read More »Monsters That Made Me
See performances from some of the UK’s top disabled comedians, brought to the fringe for one night only.Headlining is Aaron Simmonds, a BBC New Comedy Award finalist in 2017. Also features Jo Coffey (who plays Wendy Whitwell in the return of Waterloo Road to BBC One), Neil Ben (a BAFTA-nominated Producer/Director who specialises in writing… Read More »Labelled Disabled Comedy Night
Why did Garth Brooks become the biggest selling entertainer of his age? What made him cross over to audiences all around the world? Should we praise Chris Gaines, his attempt to go pop? Jonny Brick plays music and tells the story of Troyal Garth Brooks, who turned 60 in 2022.