About the venues

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Hertford Theatre, Hertford

The Hertford Theatre, formerly Castle Hall, is a true multi-purpose venue, featuring theatre, cinema, gallery, studio, café/bar and River Room conference facility. The cafe serves sandwiches, wraps and snacks, so is a good place to grab a light lunch. Otherwise there are lots of eating establishments nearby. Buggys can be left in the back of … Continue reading

Milton Keynes Theatre with a little person

19 February 2013 The last time V was “at” Milton Keynes Theatre, she was approximately a six-month-old “bump”, who was blessed by Hollywood legend Mickey Rooney during one of the more interesting / challenging interviews I have done! So taking a now three-year-old V to see Ben and Holly Live there was a big moment … Continue reading

Wycombe Swan, High Wycombe

The 1076 seat Wycombe Swan opened in 1992 and is a modern airy theatre, right in the heart of the town centre. The side stalls are raked and go right up to the circle and we have found that these seats are ideal for small children as there is an excellent view and you don’t … Continue reading

LG Arena

We drove to the arena for CBeebies live and parking cost £8.00 (tip – buy your ticket before the show to save queueing afterwards). We were directed to the South Car Park which is about a five minute walk to the arena but seemed to be closest. We took our buggy to the venue where … Continue reading

Grove Theatre, Dunstable

The Grove is a relatively new venue, only about four years old, and is situated in Grove House Gardens. It seats nearly 800 on two levels and is part of a nice looking complex, which consists of the theatre, three restaurants and bars alongside the Leisure Centre. As such, parking is close by. It takes … Continue reading

In The Night Garden Live showdome

The In The Night Garden Live showdome is a purpose-built inflatable theatre, but this doesn’t mean it will blow away in the wind! It is entirely protected from the elements and is in fact a venue specifically developed with children in mind which makes it a step ahead of traditional theatres. It’s not the fault … Continue reading