‘EHOS has been performing musicals and plays in Hertfordshire since 1960. From our first production of ‘The Mikado’ in 1961, we have shown our diversity and talent by performing in a variety of different productions. We continue to challenge ourselves, with the aim of producing at least two fresh and innovative pieces of theatre every year at The Broxbourne Civic Hall and Victoria Hall in Harlow.
EHOS is one of the county’s leading theatre companies. We welcome new members to join at any time, and previous acting experience is not necessary. We pride ourselves on offering something for everyone and continuously welcome new people of all ages, on or off stage.
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Latest News

We are proud to announce our shows for 2016 are ‘Happy Days the Musical’ and ‘Monty Python’s SPAMALOT ‘. More information of this will follow soon.

Upcoming Shows

Ghost A5 Poster-page1_Ian_smaller Ghost The Musical – 24th to 26th September 2015 – The Broxbourne Civic Hall

GHOST is a timeless fantasy about the power of love. Walking back to their apartment one night, Sam and  Molly are mugged, leaving Sam murdered on a dark street. Sam is trapped as a ghost between this world  and the next and unable to leave Molly who he learns is in grave danger. With the help of a phony  storefront psychic, Oda Mae Brown, Sam tries to communicate with Molly in the hope of saving and  protecting her.

Ghost has been nominated for five Olivier Awards including Best Musical and three Tony Awards and was  recently voted the ninth best musical of all time in a radio survey. It has now sold over million tickets  world-wide.




Happy Days: A New Musical – 21st to 23rd April 2016 – The Victoria Hall TheatreFlyer Final

Happy Days is a musical with a book by Garry Marshall and music and lyrics by Paul Williams, based on the ABC TV series of the same name. The story is set in approximately during Season 4 of the original sitcom. The story concerns the kids’ plans to save Arnold’s from demolition by hosting a dance contest and wrestling match.