Hertford

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We are back with a Christmas Special! Come and join us for Festive Fun at our fabulous, socially distanced show!

We are bringing the festive fun to the gorgeous Hertford Theatre, with Christmas songs, prizes for best dressed baby and of course lots of (much needed!) laughs and good cheer courtesy of our hilarious comics! Join us for the award winning daytime party for you and baby! 
We ensure that all shows comply with social distancing requirements, so you can just relax, and have a giggle. We are so proud to still be putting on live shows during these testing times, and we have received such lovely feedback from our guests such as: 
“I haven’t been out of the house for so long, it was amazing to laugh and feel normal again” Alice, BYOB Guest, Crystal Palace, 2020

 

Hertford Theatre

The Wash, Hertford SG14 1PS

Please note: 

Buggies are not able to be brought up to the performance area itself. If you think your baby will need to sleep, please bring a sling, bassinet or car seat.

when?

Doors open 11.15 , show starts 12pm
Tickets Price: £12 (including booking fee)

Adult ticket only is required ….babies get the laughs for free!

Socially distanced award-winning comedy for you…and you can bring your baby! 

This show has socially distanced seating. For more information on what that means and the changes to your experience, click here.

Our capacity is significantly reduced for your safety. This means you can only purchase set numbers of seats in the groups as they appear on our seating plan.

Admissions: Anyone and everyone over 16 years and under 12 months old

* Please note : our brilliant comics will be performing their usual adult material, which is why we have a 12 month age limit for our younger guests!

Please note that tickets are non refundable and non transferable

who’s coming to play?

Thurs Dec 3rd

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Jarlath ReganStar of 'Live At the Palladium' and 'Russell Howard's Good News'
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MC The Funny Mummy"Sensational!" The Mirror
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Andrew BirdStar of Michael McIntyre's Roadshow