Give someone you care about a unique gift with a trip to our theatre
With effect from Thursday 28 May 2020 the Box Office at The Lamproom Theatre will be CLOSED until such time as we are able to re-open the theatre. At the present time we do not have any indication of when this will be - as soon as we have any news we will post it on this website, Facebook and Twitter, as well as sending out details to anyone who is on our mailing list who has provided us with an e-mail address. If you wish to be added to our mailing list please send your name, postal address, telephone number and e-mail address to firstname.lastname@example.org All refunds for the current season have now been actioned - if you have any queries about a refund please ring the Theatre Manager on 01226 249611 between 10.00 a.m. and 4.00 p.m. Monday to Friday.
04 June 2020;
Back in 2013, The Lamproom Theatre Company brought the sell-out production of 'Calendar Girls' to the stage. It was a huge success and it helped raise funds for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. Here is a photograph of some of the Friends, with Louise Armitage (Director) and representatives of Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research. The Friends of The Lamproom Theatre are involved in all aspects of The Lamproom, from fund raising to social events and, of course, welcoming patrons to The Lamproom, showing them to their seats, selling them an ice cream or a drink and being there in case of an emergency - if you fancy joining them once we re-open, ring Ruth Pearson on 01226 249611 for further details - what are you waiting for?....
03 June 2020;
'The Barnsley Belles' took to the stage at The Lamproom back in 2013 - fresh from the pen of Jack Land Noble, the story of life in the back-streets of Barnsley was a huge success and has since been performed in Salford - it starred Irene Jones, Mary Creasey and Ruth Burbidge.
02 June 2020;
This week is the week that many Lamproom patrons should have been watching The Lamproom Theatre Company performing the classic J B Preistley play 'When We Are Married'. Of course, it has been cancelled, but why not spend an evening this week watching the play at home - here is the You Tube file for you to enjoy! https://youtu.be/Q7X4xkWnNcg