Half-term is here and we’ve got some fantastic family theatre -guaranteed to keep everyone entertained this February and beyond.
Ahead of their visit to Broadway at the end of February, The Noise Next Door have shared this Q&A with us to help get you in the mood for laughing and to get to know the chaps a little better!
For anyone who hasn’t seen you before, what can we expect from The Noise Next Door?
If you’re a little blue now that January has rolled around, or are just eager to make plans and fill your diary, we’ve got plenty coming up at the Broadway Cinema and Theatre to help you kick-off 2019 in style.
We’re officially in the Christmas spirit here at Broadway and looking forward to welcoming a variety of festive performances to the stage and selected films to the big screen, throughout December.
Summer holidays at Broadway and beyond!
Broadway Cinema & Theatre, Broadway Gallery and our sister venue Standalone Farm have lots on this summer to keep the kids entertained!
Kids Club at Broadway Cinema
Our ever-popular £1 Kids Club screenings are every Saturday and Sunday during the holidays. We’ve got Sherlock Gnomes, Isle of Dogs, Jumanji, The Land Before Time and Flushed Away all coming up.
We all know this weather can’t last - so we’ve got a fantastic new theatre season lined up for the colder months!
Following a successful run in Letchworth last summer, Dinosaur World Live returns to Broadway, bringing to life a host of pre-historic creatures in this interactive children’s show, including the Tyrannosaurus Rex, Triceratops, Giraffatitan and more.
Our summer Theatre season is now on sale!
Tickets for the summer season at Broadway Theatre are now on sale with a human cannonball, stars from the West End, a former Poet Laureate and big-name comedian all in the line-up.
Behind the scenes of The Jungle Book, the wild new musical coming to Broadway
“Every turn is a bit of a surprise”: Kate Terry: A System of Parallels opens at the Gallery
Broadway Gallery’s new exhibition opened on the evening of Thursday 8 February, to a gathering of local artists, friends of the artist Kate Terry and frequent visitors to the Gallery.
Guests were greeted by geometric sculptures in shades of blue, green, pink and yellow, with glints of brass; delicate drawings with pops of colour; and a striking thread installation, with hundreds of threads criss-crossing the space, each tied to a tiny pin.
Q & A with artist Kate Terry, creator of our new exhibition at the Gallery
A System of Parallels is a new exhibition by British artist Kate Terry at Broadway Gallery, bringing together an installation of hundreds of coloured threads alongside new geometric sculptures and drawings. The exhibition opens on Friday 9 February.
Spring into our next Theatre season!
As we head into 2018 it’s time for us to start looking at the upcoming season for Spring. With 14 shows running from February to May and a line-up of famous comedians, live music, drama, children’s classics and new productions from old favourites, this fourth season at Broadway Theatre cements the venue as a leading attraction within the area.
It’s nearly a year since we re-opened as Broadway Cinema & Theatre, following the major refurbishment works in 2016. We hope many of you have visited our new Theatre and enjoyed the improved facilities in the venue.
The costs of running Broadway continue to rise, and so from 1 January 2018 we are slightly increasing some of our ticket prices. Weekday cinema tickets (Monday to 5pm Friday) will increase by 50p, to £6.50. Event cinema tickets will increase by £1 (for screenings announced from 1 January 2018).
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