AUTUMN 2017 SEASON - SANDPIT THEATRE

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Look out for a fantastic season of specialist art and children's films, theatre and dance over the coming months. October half term we have some Little Digger Events to look forward to with some Monstrous Tales and, a Limitless production of, Our House! The Musical which is promising to be a superb show! www.sandpittheatre.co.uk

The SandPit Theatre

Autumn Season

2017

St Albans

Theatre

Dance

Music

Workshops


The SandPit

Theatre

We are inviting supporters of

Sandringham and its’ outstanding arts

venue to own a little piece of the building

for yourself. For anyone who has visited

Sandringham or The SandPit Theatre

you will know the contributions the

theatre has on everyday school life and

the wider community are invaluable.

Whether you are a parent, staff member,

student or client we need your help to

preserve the venue for the future use of

others. This campaign creates a unique

opportunity for you to do just that.

By sponsoring a seat in our refurbished

auditorium, you will be making a vital

contribution to the future of this theatre

and school. In return, you will get an

engraved plaque attached to a seat for

up to 10 years and acknowledgement on

the SandPit Theatre website, ensuring

your legacy remains for years to come.

For more information please contact

Rachael Peacock, Theatre Manager.

SPONSOR A SEAT

CAMPAIGN

LEAVE YOUR LEGACY


WELCOME

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Dear Patrons

Welcome to the Autumn Term

programme at The SandPit Theatre,

which promises to be an exciting season

offering something for everyone with a

great variety of shows and events.

We have plenty of exciting shows for our

Little Diggers. Renowned companies

such as Half Moon and Booster

Cushion Theatre will be bringing some

of our most loved fairy tales to life in a

unique way, so don’t miss out!

We are currently fundraising for a large

renovation project that we hope to

complete from 2018 - 2021. If you would

like to know more about this or would

like to get involved please do get in

touch with me.

On behalf of the team, we

appreciate your support and look

forward to welcoming you all to The

SandPit this Autumn.

Kind regards,

Rachael Peacock

Theatre Manager

www.facebook.com/sandpit

@sandpittheatre

THE LITTLE DIGGERS

The ‘Little Diggers’ is the

SandPit’s scheme for

children, with theatre

performances, workshops

and film screenings aimed

specifically for 3-7yr olds

and their families.

We aim to engage young people in the

arts through affordable, exciting events

they can enjoy, and often participate

in. The scheme includes performances

from a wide variety of styles - ranging

from nationally renowned theatre

companies to local intimate

performances from Hertfordshire’s best

theatre makers, well-known film

releases to small arts and crafts

workshops. Participation can vary

from meeting the theatre characters

for a photograph, to making their own

puppets to take home after a puppetry

performance, or getting stuck in with

our themed crafts workshops!

Little Digger shows are recognisable by

the logo which is displayed on the

posters, making it easy for parents to

see which performances are suitable.

MEMBERSHIP

For £30 a year you can become a

member of the Little Diggers receiving;

- A membership card and welcome

letter

- Priority Booking, and access to

early-bird discounts when applicable

- No booking fee on all Little Diggers

shows

- Monthly newsletter with advance

notice of future shows

- A free juicebox for your child at each

performance they attend


SEPTEMBER

Photo Credit: David Bickerstaff

MICHAELANGELO: LOVE AND DEATH(PG)

SUNDAY 17TH SEPTEMBER 3:00PM

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A cinematic journey through the great chapels and

museums of Florence, Rome and the Vatican, to the print

and drawing rooms of Europe, to explore Michelangelo’s

tempestuous life. The film goes in search of a greater

understanding of this charismatic and enigmatic figure,

both through his relationships with his contemporaries

and his ongoing artistic legacy.

The film invites audiences to intimately examine

Michelangelo’s art and artistic process - from the Carrara

quarries where Michelangelo sourced his marble, to the

new technology being used to attribute works. The film

also offers a rare chance to get up close to the

mesmerising Rothschild Bronzes, Key contributors to

the film include art critics Martin Gayford and Jonathan

Jones, and contemporary artist Tania Kovats.

Tickets: £5 including a hot drink and biscuits

COMING NEXT MONTH...

CANALETTO:

THE ART OF VENICE

Saturday 21st Oct 3:00pm

DISTRICT SPORTS

AWARDS

TUE 19TH SEPT 7:00PM

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An evening celebrating the

very best in sporting talent

and achievements within the

St.Albans District. The evening is

hosted by St.Albans health and

development team.

Tickets: Invitation Only

ATSA CONFERENCE:

EDUCATION MATTERS

SAT 23RD SEPT 9:00AM

Every Second Counts:

This time it’s personal

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The Alban TSA presents a

fantastic day of workshops,

networking opportunities and

discussion. This year’s keynote

speakers are Professor Dame

Alison Peacock and Mary Myatt.

Tickets: www.albantsa.co.uk

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


The Unknown Soldier

Written & performed by Grist to the Mill

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Jack stayed on when the guns fell silent, to search the

battlefields for the boys that could not go home - for the dead

and the missing, for both enemy and friend – and amongst the

rusty wire and unexploded bombs Jack is looking for

something – looking for someone. He has a promise to keep

and a debt to repay, and now there is this strange request

from the generals.

The Unknown Soldier is a moving, often humorous, but above

all thought provoking new theatre piece by the award

nominated writer Ross Ericson. It looks at the First World War

from a new perspective, through the eyes of a man who has

survived the carnage but who finds it hard to return home.

It is a story of betrayal, of the deep friendship that can only

be found between those who fight and die together, and of a

world that has changed for ever.

Wednesday 27th September

7:30pm

Tickets £10 & £8

Strong writing, an original

approach and a sensitive

performance bring fresh

power to a reminder of the

horrors of war.’– The Stage

FringeGuru

EdFest Mag

ThreeWeeks

TVBomb

The Scotsman

The Stage

British Theatre Guide

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


According to Arthur

Produced by Paddleboat Theatre Company

Book by Stuart Cotrell

Meet Arthur – an odd old man who lives all alone in his attic. He

never ventures into the outside world; instead he spends all of

his time with his only friend - the Moon.

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But now, Arthur needs your help! The clouds have covered the

sky and the Moon is nowhere to be seen, and without it Arthur’s

life suddenly feels empty. PaddleBoat Theatre Company invite

you to bring your unbounded imagination as together we try to

help Arthur find the Moon – with your help, who knows what else

he might discover outside his front door…

Saturday 30th September

11:30am & 2:30pm

Tickets £8 & £6

suitable for ages 3 +

“A wonderful, heart-warming show,

that gently brings out the

imaginative adventurer in all of us”

- Primary Times

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


Antigone adapted by Actors of Dionysus

Written

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by Sophocles

A battle-ground and bloodshed between brothers. A double fratricide. A

proclamation that one brother should remain unburied, left to decay on

the fields for carrion to ravage.

Charlie & the Chocolate Factory

A loyal sister, Antigone, defiant of the State, buries him. Creon, her

uncle, is determined to uphold the Law and punish those who disobey at

whatever Book by cost. Roald Family Dahl loyalties and personal politics collide in this most

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and timeless of ancient Greek tragedies. Needless to say it

gets Sandringham bloody. Drama Faculty bring to life the classic Roald

Dahl story for their annual Lower School Show.

Actors of Dionysus’ radical new adaptation of Sophocles’ masterpiece is

This fantastical tale follows Charlie Bucket and his grandpa

set in a dystopian, post-truth age where birds are drones and someone

Joe as they join a small group of contest winners who get to

is always listening. But in a world more akin to Black Mirror than Ancient

tour the magical and mysterious factory of eccentric candy

Greece,

maker

the

Willy

age-old

Wonka.

themes prevail and one girl’s battle against the

state lives on…

Monday 2nd &

Tuesday 3rd October

7:30pm

Tickets Wednesday £12 & 7th £10&

Thursday 8th June

“Let nothing stop 7:00pm you

from seeing them”

Tickets The £7 Times & £5

*Booking Fees Fees Apply. Apply. By phone By phone and and in person: in person: £1 per £1 per card card transaction. Online Online 75p 75p per per ticket ticket fee. fee.

Maximum booking booking fee fee when when booking booking online: online: £4.50 £4.50


OCTOBER

CANALETTO: The Art of Venice

SATURDAY 21ST OCTOBER 3:00PM

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From one of th world’s largest art collections comes the

remarkable story of Canaletto and the city he shared with

millions through his art.

With exclusive access to the highly anticipated exhibition

at the Queen’s Gallery, the film opens the doors of

London’s Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle and

takes cinema audiences through the squares and canals

of Venice that Canaletto immortalised through his art.

Including expert commentary and insights from curators

of the Royal Collection, the film also reveals the intriguing

story of how his works came to hold pride of place in the

Queen’s own Picture Gallery.

Tickets: £5 including a hot drink and biscuits

COMING NEXT MONTH...

DAVID HOCKNEY

A bigger picture 2012 & 82

portraits and 1 still life

Sunday 26th November 3:00pm

JEWEL THIEF

SAT 14 OCT 6PM

SUN 15 OCT 12PM (JUNIORS)

SUN 15 OCT 3:30PM

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Hertsmere Academy of

Performing Arts presents their

debut show. An exciting new play

showcasing a variety of numbers

of all styles, with a sparkling array

of colourful costumes. The

audience is taken on a great

adventure, where audience

participation is required.

www.inspiringherts.com

Tickets: £12 & £10

£10 & £8 (Juniors Show)

LAST CHOIR

STANDING

MON 16 OCT 1:00PM

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Sandringham Year 7 students

compete in this battle of the

choirs. Who will win this year’s

title and be crowned the winning

house?

FREE ADMISSION

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


FAIRY TALES

GONE

WRONG

Grannylocks/The Montrous Duckling

A Joseph Coelho production

Presented by Half Moon Children’s Theatre Company

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Join performance poet Joseph Coelho, winner of the 2015

Centre for Literacy in Primary Poetry Award, as he unravels familiar

fairytales to create fresh contemporary classics in an enchanting

performance for young and old alike.

A father returns home with a magical cloak. A cloak that hides a

story… Did you know that the ugly duckling was never ugly? He

was truly monstrous! Or that Goldilocks was never a tale about a

little girl. It was always a tale about a granny - a mean, thieving

granny who has plans for something quite nasty.

After the show there will be a chance to meet Joseph and purchase

signed copies of his books, as well as talk about his work.

#FairytalesGoneBad @halfmoontheatre @poetryjoe

Monday 23rd October

11:30am & 2:00pm

Tickets £8 & £6

suitable for ages 3 +

“Thrillingly grisly,

darkly funny.”

(Children’s Theatre

Review, 2016)

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


OCTOBER HALF TERM

HANSEL, GRETEL & YOU..WHO?

by Booster Cushion Theatre Company

FRIDAY 27TH OCTOBER 11:00AM

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Hansel and Gretal have been turned into

oven gloves and don’t know what to do!

They decide to go on a journey around the

world looking for food and some friends.

They bump into some woodland animals who

just want to play sports all the time, luckily

they know the best way out of the forest is

with an audience wide relay race. But while

taking part, the siblings get trapped by the

Witch. Luckily, the Gingerbread Man has a

great idea to save them, he’ll just need some

help…

Booster Cushion Theatre for Children was

formed in 1989, specifically to work with

children and to encourage them to take

greater interest in books.

Booster Cushion Theatre’s shows involve a

high level of audience participation on the

part of the children. They are designed to

foster a feeling of strong involvement and the

joy of using their imagination.

Tickets: £6 & £4

CHICKEN RUN (U)

SANDPIT DIGGER MOVIES

SUNDAY 29TH OCTOBER 3:00PM

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They are prisoners-trapped behind barbed

wire, fearing for their very lives and

dreaming only of the outside world. Every

escape attempt is thwarted, and the

ringleader tossed into solitary to do hard time.

But this is no ordinary prison...and these are

no ordinary jailbirds.

They’re the inmates at Tweedy’s Egg Farm,

where any chicken who doesn’t put breakfast

on the table can wind up as dinner. But

Ginger (Julia Sawalha) and her fellow flock

are determined to break out before they

meet a “fowl” fate. Time is running out as

the greedy owner of the farm, Mrs. Tweedy

(Miranda Richardson), finds a new way to

feather her own nest-turning chickens into

chicken pies. Now, with the help of Rocky

(Mel Gibson), “the lone free ranger,” the

chickens hatch their most spectacular plan to

fly the coop in our story of poultry in motion.

Children’s tickets include a free juice carton

Tickets: £3 & £2

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*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


LIMITLESS PRODUCTIONS PRESENTS

26TH - 28TH OCT 2017

A musical featuring the songs of Madness. Based in 1980s

Camden Town, the musical tells the story of London lad Joe

Casey, who on the night of his sixteenth birthday commits a

petty crime to impress his girlfriend. The musical follows the

two courses his life might have taken had he stayed to face the

music when the police arrive at the scene, or if he had bunked

the law by making a run for it.

OUR HOUSE was first produced at the Cambridge Theatre, London on

29th October 2002. Producers were Tiger Aspect Productions, Rupert

Lord, Andre Ptaszynski and Phil McIntyre in association with Madness.

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with

Josef Weinberger ltd.

Thursday 26th October 7:30pm

Friday 27th October 7:30pm

Saturday 28th October 2:00pm

Saturday 28th October 7:30pm

Tickets £14 & £12

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


Music and Lyrics by

FRANK LOESSER

Book by

JO SWERLING and

ABE BURROWS

This amateur production is presented by arrangement with

Music Theatre International (Europe)

All authorised performance materials are also supplied by MTI Europe

www.mtishows.co.uk

Guys & Dolls

Presented

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by Sandringham School

Set in Damon Runyon’s mythical New York City, Guys and

Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy. Gambler, Nathan Detroit,

tries to find the cash to set up the biggest craps game in

town while the authorities breathe down his neck. Guys and

Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of

Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but

eventually everyone ends up right where they belong.

Frank Loesser’s brassy, immortal score makes Guys and Dolls

a crowd pleaser and a treat for audiences of any age.

Thursday 16th November 7:30pm

Friday 17th November 7:30pm

Saturday 18th November 2:00pm

Saturday 18th November 7:30pm

Tickets £10 & £7.50

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


NOVEMBER

DAVID HOCKNEY:

A BIGGER PICTURE 2012 & 82

PORTRAITS AND 1 STILL LIFE

Sunday 26th November 3:00PM

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Widely considered Britain’s most popular

artist, David Hockney is a global sensation

with exhibitions in London, New York, Paris

and beyond, attracting millions of visitors

worldwide.

Now entering his 9th decade, Hockney shows

absolutely no evidence of slowing down or

losing his trademark boldness.

Featuring intimate and in-depth interviews

with Hockney, this revealing film focuses on

two blockbuster exhibitions held in 2012 and

2016 at the Royal Academy of Art in London.

Director Phil Grabsky secured privileged

access to craft this cinematic celebration of a

21st century master of creativity.

INTERNATIONAL EVENING

Presented by Sandringham School

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Wednesday 29th November 7:00PM

Sandringham School presents it’s biannual

INTERNATIONAL EVENING.

An evening filled with drama, music and

dance from all across the world performed

in a variety of languages. Last year we saw

a French version of Abba and Peter Pan in

Spanish. This year is sure to challenge the

students including Year 9 taking on Hamlet in

German!

The evening also includes presentations from

students about the multitude of exchanges,

day and residential trips that take place

throughout the academic year.

We also look forward to welcoming back our

guests of honour from our link school in The

Gambia for the occassion.

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Tickets: £5 Including a hot drink and biscuits

Tickets: £4 & £3

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


NOVEMBER/DECEMBER

HOUSE CHOREOGRAPHY

COMPETITION

Thursday 30th November 3:30PM

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Sandringham students showcase their talents

for dance, as they perform their own choreography

for the chance to appear in one of

the hugely successful annual Dance performances,

Velocity, the Summer

Showcase or the community show; Dance

through education.

The competition is always well attended and

the house spirit thrives throughout the event

as rival houses support their fellow

competitiors.

Make sure you get your tickets early to avoid

disappointment.

BEATZ DANCE ACADEMY

CHRISTMAS SHOWCASE

Saturday 2nd December

12:00PM & 3:00PM

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BeaTz Dance Academy present their

Christmas showcase, a performance which

includes a wide range of styles, reflective of

their diverse and talented students!

BeaTz Dance Academy is an independent

dance school that works closely with local

communities, schools and organisations in

the home counties. Beatz was founded by

Cassi Muskett in July 2011. The company has

numerous classes running over Hertfordshire

and Bedfordshire.

www.beatzdanceacademy.co.uk

Tickets: Admission free - Tickets required

Tickets: £6 & £4

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


Santa in Love! Written by Steven Lee

Produced by The People’s Theatre Company

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Have you ever wanted to know a secret? A Christmas secret! Maybe you’d

like to know where the fairy on top of the Christmas tree comes from, or

why you never see a Christmas elf, or what exactly happened to Frosty the

Snowman?

Or maybe you’d like to know the greatest secret of them all... the one about

Santa Claus and the thing he secretly loves best. Could it be presents?

Could it be reindeer? Could it be snow? You’ll never guess, so if you want to

find out then join Santa and his friends in this fun filled family musical

complete with games, giggles and all your favourite Christmas songs.

Santa will be available after the show to meet your little ones and give them

a present, so don’t forget to bring your camera to capture the smiles!

Sunday 3rd December

2:00pm

Tickets £10 & £8

suitable for ages 2 - 5

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


DECEMBER

SLEEPING BEAUTY

by Top Hat Stage and Screen School

Tuesday 5th - Sun 10th Dec

Wednesday 6th 7:00pm Harpenden School

Thursday 7th 7:00pm St.Albans PM School

Friday 8th 7:00pm Potters Bar School

Saturday 9th 12:30pm WGC School

Saturday 9th 7:00pm Stevenage PM School

Sunday 10th 12:30pm Hertford School

Sunday 10th 7:00pm St.Albans AM School

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Join Top Hat Stage School for their

production of Sleeping Beauty, a reimagining

of the classic tale set in a 60’s diner.

CHARITY CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Presented by The Pauline Quirke Academy

WEDNESDAY 14TH DECEMBER 7:00PM

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West end stars and local talent are coming

together this Christmas in festive spirit, to

raise money for Home Start Herts, a

wonderful charity that supports families

with young children in a multitude of difficult

situations. The fundraising concert will be a

wonderful evening, enjoying performances

from professional west-end performers and

local young stars.

Top Hat Stage School presents a fun filled

original pantomime for all the family to enjoy.

Performed by students aged 4 - 17 from

across all 7 Hertfordshire branches. Each

school has their own unique show for one

night only.

Please ensure you book for the correct

performance.

www.tophatstageschool.co.uk

Tickets: £12 & £7 Under 12’s

Tickets: £10 & £5

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


DECEMBER

No7 Music Academy

WINTER GIG

SAT

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16TH DEC 12:30PM

The Number Seven Music

Academy performs a winter gig,

bringing together their talented

guitar players, drummers and

singers to showcase what they

achieved within the term.

TICKETS: FREE ADMISSION

Excel Presentation Day

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SUN 17TH DEC 3:00PM

The Excel students perform

excerpts from their recent IDTA

grade exams before being

presented with their certificates &

medals. The Excel Performance

students will also be performing

pieces from their repertoire. This

wonderful event celebrates and

acknowledges the Excel students

achievements and rounds up what

has been an AMAZING year at

Excel.

A CHRISTMAS CAROL

Presented by Booster Cushion Theatre Company

SATURDAY 16TH DECEMBER 2:00PM

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With the help of a large 60cm tall pop up book and lots of

humbugs, this very entertaining version of the Dicken’s

classic tale takes the audience back to Victorian England

using mime, voice and a couple of suitcases loaded full of

ghosts!

An old Dickensian narrator arrives to tell us the news,

fresh from London town about the story he has heard of

Scrooge. He opens his Big Book but as he does he starts

transforming into the different characters! The audience

watches as he turns into a grumpy Scrooge, a very goofy

Marley and the Three Ghosts of Christmas Past,

Christmas Present and Future. But the narrator spots that

in the audience Bob Cratchit, Tiny Tim, Belle and Fezziwig

seem to be hiding and children get to participate as the

characters. A great introduction to Dickens.

www.boostercushiontheatreforchildren.com

Tickets: £4 LIMIT OF 2 PER FAMILY

Tickets: £6 & £4

*Booking Fees Apply. By phone and in person: £1 per card transaction. Online 75p per ticket fee.

Maximum booking fee when booking online: £4.50


GENERAL INFORMATION

Tickets can be booked online at

sandpittheatre.co.uk, by calling our

Box Office on 01727 799565 (Mon-Fri

11:30am - 3:30pm), or by visiting the

theatre in person.

GETTING HERE AND PARKING

Location: The SandPit Theatre is

situated in the grounds of

Sandringham School, approximately a

1.5 mile walk from St.Albans City train

station and the town centre where there

are several bus routes.

Parking: The school car park is

available and free, but does get very

busy. There are 2 main car parks, the

first entered by the main gate, the second

entered by the top gate (marked

deliveries) and an overflow car park to

the rear of the theatre. If the car park

is full, the majority of the surrounding

residential roads are all free parking.

ACCESSIBILITY

We aim to offer our disabled

customers the same experiences as all

other people.

There are 2 permanent wheelchair

positions in the auditorium. Customers

can also buy a companion’s seat at the

same rate.

We have non-allocated seating,

however if you have a disability that

requires specific seats please do

contact us.

Assistance dogs are welcome.

BOOKING FEES AND PAYMENT

By phone & in person: £1 per card

transaction

Online: 75p per ticket booking fee,

The maximum booking fee you will be

charged when booking online is £4.50.

If paying by cheque, please make it

payable to Sandringham School.

OTHER INFORMATION

Reservations: We do not take

unpaid reservations, all tickets must be

paid for at the time of booking.

Refunds and exchanges: We do

not offer refunds unless a show is

cancelled or sold out where we

offer a buy back system. Tickets can

be exchanged at our discretion to an

alternative performance of the same

production, subject to availability. A fee

will apply for this service.

Babes in Arms: The SandPit

Theatre encourages access for all. An

infant aged below 2 years, will need

to be accomodated on the parent or

guardian’s lap as no seat will be

allocated. There will be no charge for

this. Children over the age of 2 should

have a paid concession ticket or full

price where no concessionary rate is

offered.

Postage: Optional postage is

included on all bookings unless

otherwise stated. Your tickets will be

sent out to you via Second Class Royal

Mail. If you do not receive your tickets

within 7 days please call us on

01727 799565.


THE SANDPIT THEATRE DIARY LISTINGS

Michelangelo: Love

& Death

SUN 17 SEPT

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District Sports

Award

TUES 19 SEPT

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ATSA Conference

SAT 23 SEPT

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The Unknown

Soldier

THUR 27 SEPT

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According to Arthur

SAT 30 SEPT

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Antigone

MON 2 & TUE 3 OCT

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Jewel Thief

SAT 14 - 15 OCT

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Last Choir Standing

MON 16 OCT

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Canaletto:

The art of Venice

SAT 21 OCT

OCTOBER

HALF TERM

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Fairytales gone Bad

MON 23 OCT

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Our House!

THUR 26 - SAT 28

OCT

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Hansel & Gretal

FRI 27 OCT

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Chicken Run (U)

SUN 29 OCT

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Splitz Presentation

Day

SUN 5 NOV

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Guys & Dolls

16 - 18 NOVEMBER

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David Hockney

SUN 26 NOV

International

Evening

WED 29 NOV

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House

Choreography

THUR 30 NOV

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Beatz Christmas

Showcase

SAT 2 DEC

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Santa in Love

SUN 3 DEC

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Top Hat

Pantomime

WED 6-SUN 10 DEC

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Charity Xmas

Concert

THUR 14 DEC

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No7 Music

Academy

SAT 16 DEC

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A Christmas Carol

SAT 16 DEC

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Excel Presentation

Day

SUN 17 DEC

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A Level Drama

Evening

THUR 11 JAN

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Post 16 Information

Evening

TUE 16 JAN

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Velocity 2018

THUR 1 - 3 FEB

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Gym Display 2018

TUE 6 FEB

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Battle of the Bands

WED 9 FEB

Old Lady who

swallowed a fly

SAT 24 FEB

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GCSE Dance

Performance Eve

MON 26 & TUE 27

FEB

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DCPG Pottery Open

Day 2018

SAT 3 MAR

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Jekyll & Hyde

FRI 9 MAR

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Bovingdon Ballet

SUN 11 MAR

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Sandringham

Chemistry Show

TUE 13 MAR

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An Evening of

Devised Drama

THUR 16 MAR

...........................

Best Theatre Arts

2018

SAT 18 & SUN 19

MAR

...........................

AS Devised Drama

Evening

WED 21 MAR

...........................

West Herts Music

Theatre

SAT 24 MAR

...........................

Spring Concert

MON 26 MAR

...........................

PQA Film & TV

Easter Workshops

MON 9 - FRI 13 APR

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Composer Concert

WED 25 APR

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