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Help raise funds for The Lamproom and have a chance of winning £1000…. Did you know that The Lamproom Theatre runs a ‘100 Club’, which raises funds for the running of the theatre, and gives you a chance to win either £100 or £1000? Since The Lamproom Theatre opened in 1999, finance has been raised from many sources, mainly through tickets sold to thousands of people who have attended productions. Whilst the day to day running of The Lamproom is almost covered by income generated, there is no money left for improvements to the building and the development of the artistic programme. ‘How do I help’ - we hear you asking?
07 July 2020;
The Lamproom 100 Club draw for July has been made, and the winners of the £100 prize are Mr & Mrs Willerton of Barnsley - congratulations to them! Their prize is on it's way to them and we hope they enjoy spending it! We still have a few numbers left, so if you would like to help The Lamproom during these difficult times, contact Ruth on 01226 249611 for a form, or read on for full details - thank you! Since The Lamproom Theatre opened finance has been raised from many sources, mainly through tickets sold to thousands of people who have attended productions. Whilst the day to day running of the The Lamproom is almost covered by income generated, there is no money left for improvements to the building and the development of the artistic programme.
06 July 2020;
Saturday should have been the closing night of '9 to 5 - The Musical' at The Lamproom Theatre, Barnsley. So as a tribute and thanks to the LS Theatre Productions cast and you our loyal audience, we wanted to share with you a sneak peek of what is in store when they bring this musical to you in 2021. We cannot thank you enough for your continued and loyal support during these unprecedented times and we promise you to return bigger and better than ever when we are able to do so. Here is Tanya Tuby as Doralee Rhodes, Georgii Bailey as Judy Bernly and Louise Leather as Violet Newstead in a performance of 'I Just Might' https://www.facebook.com/lstheatreproductions/videos/956719104790482/
05 July 2020;
John Kelly's eveer-popular 'Sparkies' went on tour in 2015 with performances at its spiritual home - The National Coal Mining Museum. It was a great chance to take the show to a different venue, and where could be more perfect! It had a two night run at The Lamproom, before transferring to The National Coal Mining Museum as part of their annual Gala. The photograph shows cast members Paul Haley, Gracie Kelly, Phil Shepherd, Lee Semley and Ian Hey on site at NCM.