The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster is a past master at staging outdoor summer theatre events, but this week it offers an autumn evening out.
A canalside stroll like no other is on offer on Monday and Tuesday.
A Phoenix From The Ashes will be a magical experience illuminating a stretch of the canal through the city centre with a series of installations, audio and visual displays, light projections and music.
Lancaster’s Dukes Theatre will be taken over by young people of all ages this half term.
It will see a variety of fun workshops every morning from Monday to Friday and a family film screening every day from 2pm.
Forced Entertainment bring new show In The Coming Storm which combines black humour, arresting images and their anarchic performance style to Live at LICA in Lancaster on Monday and Tuesday.
Six performers create, collaborate, ambush and disrupt an epic saga that is resolutely too big for the stage. The result aims to be comical, contradictory and poignant.
Manchester-based Company Chameleon is back in Lancaster next Thursday to bring its latest show to Live at LICA.
Gameshow is set in a world of glitz and glamour associated with celebrity culture. One character has it and the other seeks it. Through a series of tasks and trials audiences watch the contestant run the gauntlet of the game show for a life of fame, power, money and status.
Neil Campbell’s haunting and beautiful classical composition is touring England’s north west this autumn fittingly around the Halloween period, stopping off in Manchester and Lancaster.
Ghost Stories—A Night Opera will be performed at Chethams School of Music in Manchester on Wednesday and Lancaster Priory the following night.
Batsheva Ensemble, the youth branch of Israel’s famed contemporary dance group Batsheva Dance Company, performs at The Lowry on Friday and Saturday, as part of a UK debut tour.
Award-winning comedy duo Tom Roden and Pete Shenton—the two halves of New Art Club—return to The Studio at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre from Wednesday to Saturday with their new show Quiet Act Of Destruction.
The Situation Room, the latest play ‘developed with The Lowry’, takes theatre off stage and puts the audience in the driving seat, from Tuesday to Friday
It’s described as a theatrical adventure, in which the audience are sent to a secret location to take part.
Richard Tyrone Jones’s Big Heart Show—a true story of his near death from heart failure—is coming to Manchester next Friday.
It tells the true story of the spoken word artist’s ‘out of the blue’ heart failure aged just 30.
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