Come to the Markova Theatre on Thursday 29 March at 7.30 to see a show choreographed and danced exclusively by Tring Park's 6th Form dancers. Tickets are free and may be booked by telephone: 01442 821516.
The Gut Girls by Sarah Daniels, La Ronde by Arthur Schnitzler, Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose, Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean by Ed Graczyk and Whose Life is it Anyway? by Brian Clark. This great Festival of Contemporary Theatre takes place from Monday 12th - Friday 16th March. All tickets £3.00 bookable at the Tring Park box office or Tel. 01442 821516.
The Dancers' Company - Tring Park's 3rd Year 6th Form dancers - make their debut at Chesham's Elgiva Theatre on Thursday 15 March at 7.30. This exciting evening will be the opportunity to see our graduating dancers in an evening of sizzling Contemporary, dazzling Ballet and sophisticated Jazz. Tickets are available online at http://www.tringpark.com or Tel. 01442 821516.
Tring Park's annual Theatre Arts production is J M Barrie's Peter Pan with Music by George Stiles and Lyrics by Anthony Drewe. Public performances take place on Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd March with two special primary school performances on 29th February and 1st March. For further information on the schools' performances contact Miriam Juviler at email@example.com. Tickets for public performances can be booked online at www.tringpark.com.
‘Once Upon a Time at the Adelphi’ was originally commissioned by Liverpool Playhouse as a centrepiece to the city's year as European Capital of Culture. It's sell-out extended run at the Liverpool Playhouse won a TMA award for the UK's best musical and a ‘whatsonstage’ nomination for best regional production. A new production at London's Union Theatre played to a record-breaking 100% capacity attracting several more nominations and its US première won four ‘Spirit of Broadway’ awards.
Once Upon a Time at the Adelphi opens at Tring Park's Markova Theatre on Sunday 29 January at 4.00pm with performances on 31st Jan, 1st & 2nd Feb. It then transfers for one night only to London's Shaw Theatre on 7 February. All tickets are available online at www.tringpark.com or Tel. 01442 821516.
Written in exile in 1941 just before Brecht's arrival in the USA, Arturo Ui is a savage and witty parable of the rise of Hitler - recast by Brecht into a small-time Chicago gangster's takeover of the city's greengrocery trade. Tickets available online at tringpark.com or Tel. 01442 824255.
Former Tring Park students perform at Buckingham Palace
Former Tring Park student gains a contract to the English National Ballet Company
Former Tring Park student stars in The Color Purple