Broxbourne Theatre Company
presents two shows each year at Broxbourne Civic Theatre in Hoddesdon. Usually
these are a pantomime soon after Christmas and a
musical in May.
Our 2015/16 season included the pantomime
Aladdin in January and the musical
Guys and Dolls in May.
Our 2016/17 season began with the pantomime Dick Whittington in January and the musical
Anything Goes will be presented in May.
Our 2017/18 season will begin with the pantomime Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood.
All shows are presented to the best possible standard, using top quality scenery
and costumes, as the photo album proves.
Shows have been presented in Broxbourne for more than 35 years, but the
history goes back to 1943 when
revues, pantomimes and
musicals were presented in Enfield under the former name of ETCEA.
Broxbourne Theatre Company is affiliated to the National Operatic and Dramatic
Association and in addition to the Best Musical and
Best Production for 2013 has also won NODA's Best Local
Pantomime award five times since the award was introduced in 2007. In the most recent round of awards,
Blitz! received the Best Musical award.
New members are always welcome (onstage or backstage).
As one of the Lea Valley's leading amateur theatre companies, we constantly need
members aged 16 or over to maintain our standards for the future.
Anything Goes is already cast and in rehearsal. We start work on Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood in
September 2017 and will be particularly looking for new men -- though
new ladies are welcome too. As a member you would be able to audition for
both principals and chorus parts.
We always need people to help
backstage or in the foyer and auditorium during
our performances in January and May each year. We also need help throughout the year to publicise the shows, so one way or another
there should be a place for you. Join us now and be
part of the team, or just come along to a performance and see us from the
We also have a Young Set which meets on
Wednesday evenings and has separate activities for those
aged 9 to 15.