We will shortly have more photographs of 9 to 5 and details of our 75th Season -- which includes the pantomime CINDERELLA rehearsing from September for performance from 9th-13th January 2019 and the musical ANNIE rehearsing from Mid January 2019 for performance from 8th-11th May 2019.
9 to 5ís outrageous and hilarious story of friendship and revenge is set in the late 1970s, an era long before computers, cell phones, and political correctness, when women in the office were clerks or secretaries, at their male bosses' beck and call, typing and filing, getting the tea and seldom seriously considered for more senior roles.
At breaking point over the way they are treated by their sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot boss, Violet, Judy and Doralee each reveal their fantasy for getting rid of him. Then, by a hilarious twist of fate, they find themselves holding the boss hostage whilst they give the office a makeover, taking control of the company that had always kept them down.
Based on the hit 1980 comedy film starring Dolly Parton, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomkin, this energetic stage version features a video introduction by Dolly herself, plus her Tony and Grammy nominated score that includes the iconic title song 9 to 5, the ballad Let Love Grow, the empowering Get Out and Stay Out and the stirring anthem Shine Like the Sun.
The Spotlight Theatrehas a
comfortable auditorium seating nearly 500. Formerly Broxbourne Civic Hall, you'll
find it beside the car park near the junction of Hoddesdon High Street
and Cock Lane.
on the doorstep from Cheshunt, Cuffley, Goffs Oak, Waltham Abbey, Waltham Cross
and Wormley, close to Enfield, Hertford, Chingford,
Epping,North London and Harlow and within
reasonable travelling distance of Hertfordshire towns such as
Stevenage, Ware, Welwyn Garden City, St Albans and Bishops
seats are fully tiered and there is a large licensed
bar which opens one hour before evening performances. To avoid
the interval rush, you are recommended to order interval drinks from
the bar before the show starts.
Travelling North from Broxbourne
traffic lights, look for the Police Station on the left and the
theatre's approach road (very short length of dual carriageway)
which is next after the police station and arts
centre/museum. Travelling Southfrom Hoddesdon Town
Centre, turn right at the Cock Lane roundabout and left before the
public transport:Arriva bus
service 310 passes the entrance. Alight at Hoddesdon Police
You can use this journey planner
(filling in destination as EN11 8BE) to find complete
routes by bus or train from any address in the
area. Alternatively you can see the Arriva 310
timetable. Timetables may still
show the venue as Broxbourne Civic Hall which is between "Hoddesdon, Amwell St, Clock Tower" and
"Broxbourne, High Road, Post Office" on the bus timetable.
Please note: the 310 bus has limited evening service. You will be able to to travel to and from all performances beginning 6.30pm or earlier, but when returning after 7.30pm performances there will be no bus for Waltham Cross. Trains continue running later, but evening trains do not
stop at all stations, so you may need to arrive and depart from different