Please choose a production
|The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe||Company of Ten|
|STAJE in Concert Jan 2024||St Albans Jazz Ensemble|
|Snow White||The Hurst Children's Theatre Group|
|She Kills Monsters||Company of Ten|
|The Machine Gunners||Company of Teens|
|Steel Magnolias||Company of Ten|
|Legally Blonde||St Albans Youth Music Theatre|
The theatre usually opens half an hour prior to the start of a performance, so you can collect your tickets, enjoy a drink or place your interval order.
We’re happy to say that our theatre is accessible in terms of wheelchair access, hearing assistance and audio-described productions. To discover more, please check with the Box Office when booking or click here.
The theatre has a bar, which is usually open prior to each performance, and during the interval when tea, coffee and ice creams are also available. We have a five-star rating from the Food Standards Agency.
While we welcome children to many of our shows, we can’t accept them into our auditoria all the time. Specific rules relating to the admission of children are as follows:
Please note that there is now a charge for parking at all times of day until 10pm.
Parking is available in the public car parks near the theatre. From 3 April 2023, there is a charge of £1.50 after 6.30pm. Please pay at the machine in the car park. During the day there is a charge of £1 for the first two hours. or three hours if you display a blue badge. *Please note that these arrangements may be subject to change, so do check on arrival.
Please leave plenty of time to find a parking space, especially at busy times such as weekday evenings and Sunday afternoons. The car park is managed by NCP on behalf of St Albans District Council, and is open to all users of Verulamium Park and its onsite facilities. The Abbey Theatre does not have preferential access.