Unfortunately due to the on-going situation regarding COVID-19 and the need for social distancing during this difficult time, Hertford Theatre will close to the public from 3pm on Tuesday 17th March 2020. Our customers health and well-being is of paramount importance to us and we will remain closed until 31st May 2020.
Please do not contact us regarding refunds or bookings.
Our Box Office will contact you as soon as they can and we are working through systematically and in chronological order, prioritising events and films that are happening today, tomorrow and the weeks ahead.
Saturday 23rd May, 2pm & 6pm The above date has now been cancelled and rescheduled for 13th February 2021, 2pm & 6pm. All ticket holders for May 2020 have been contacted.
Tickets: £16 Duration: 2hrs with an interval Suitable for: ages 4+ and their families/an adult Other: There is likely to be merchandise for sale for this show. Please note this is a tribute show.
Get ready to experience all your favourite pop divas as the greatest female stars of today appear on the same stage for the first time ever!
The UK’s number one girl band, Little Mix kick off the show, then Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Katy Perry, Beyoncé and Rihanna all join in the fun for 2 hours of non-stop hits.
There’s even an appearance from American YouTube teen sensation JoJo Siwa, making her Pop Divas Live! debut for 2020!
Whether you’re a mum who listens on the radio or a little diva who watches on a tablet, we guarantee you’ll love every tune! There’s even a chance for four lucky little divas to join the stars LIVE ON STAGE!
It doesn’t matter if you’re 4 or 64, don’t miss Pop Divas Live! the UK’s number 1 Pop Tribute!
“My baby sister absolutely loved it. She got the chance to meet and dance on stage with them which was a dream come true. Thank you so much!”
“My 5 and 7 year old girls had the time of their lives! The length of the show was just right and we even got a picture at the end.”
“Absolutely fantastically made. My daughter and I loved it! An excellent introduction for children who are too young to go to big concerts.”