Peter Pan

Stunning production shots of Peter Pan by Manuel Harlan. Congratulations to all involved in this magical production.

Peter Pan

Chris is delighted to be returning to Watford Palace Theatre this Easter as composer / musical director for Peter Pan. Join Peter, Wendy, John and Michael on a magical adventure to Neverland, filled with lost boys, fractious fairies, swashbuckling pirates, mermaids and a ticking crocodile. J M Barrie’s classic tale…

Sleeping Beauty Review – Whats On Stage

★★★★ We are introduced to the story of The Sleeping Beauty by the OTT Fairy Fashionista (Sheena Patel) and the equally aptly named Arachnia (Erica Guyatt) – if you’re allergic to spiders, this is an immortal you’re best advised to keep at a safe distance. King Calico (Walter van Dyk)…

Sleeping Beauty

Chris is musical director for Sleeping Beauty at the Watford Palace Theatre, 5 – 27 December 2014 2014. Join us at the Palace for a proper family pantomime, with live musicians onstage, stunning sets and costumes, plenty of audience participation, and song, dance and slapstick performed straight from the heart by…

Rats’ Tales

Chris is composing music for Rats’ Tales by Carol Ann Duffy, adpated by Melly Still and directed by James Williams at Watford Palace Theatre. By Carol Ann Duffy, adapted by Melly Still Brought to life by some of the county’s most talented young people, Rats’ Tales is a collection of…

Cast for The Canterbury Tales

Watford Palace Theatre is delighted to reveal the talented company of four versatile actors who will bring Chaucer’s rude & crude characters to life in our new production of The Canterbury Tales, this February. They will be Pete Ashmore, Arabella Gibbins, George Haynes and Keshini Misha. Pete Ashmore trained at the Royal…

Canterbury Tales

25 – 26 February 2014 Watford Palace Theatre, in partnership with Hertfordshire County Council Children’s Services, presents The Canterbury Tales By Geoffrey Chaucer Heard the one about the Knight, the Monk, the Miller and the Wife of Bath? Well now’s your chance, as some of Chaucer’s best loved tales are…

Fantastic Mr Fox

31 October – 2 November 2013 Watford Palace Theatre, in partnership with HCC Children’s Services, presents Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. Fed up of being outwitted by a cunning fox, three nasty farmers called Bogis, Bunce and Bean hatch a ruthless plan to rid themselves of this pest once…