As we look forward to better weather and lighter nights, The Lamproom is as busy as ever in its 21st year. Many productions are either SOLD OUT or have LIMITED AVAILABILITY – book NOW to avoid disappointment!
Forget the prospect of Storm Dennis - why not come down to The Lamproom for an evening of the orchestral, soulful sounds of The Coalfield Symphony?
If you are an 80's child, then come down to The Lamproom this week for 'That 80's Feeling' - you won;t be disappointed! It's an evening of music, facts, comedy and TV clips from the 80's, so there's sure to be something to bring back memories of your era - what are you waiting for?
In its 54 years, the National Youth Jazz Orchestra has helped launch the careers of many of the UK’s most-admired jazz singers and instrumentalists, such as Amy Winehouse, Kwabs, Laura Jurd, Yazz Ahmed, Espa, Stan Sulzmann, and Gwilym Simcock. In this concert, the orchestra delivers a programme celebrating the greatest jazz classics ever written. Featuring tunes by the indisputable jazz masters, such as Ellington and Monk, this concert explores some landmarks of the jazz canon with the future stars of the UK jazz scene.
The New Year brings great news from the Box Office at The Lamproom with the first two shows SOLD OUT! 'The Beast' - aka Jon Parkin is the first full house on Friday 17th January, followed by 'Foreverly' on Saturday 18th January - what a great start to 2020!
'Allo, 'Allo Again is Sue Hodge’s hilarious celebration of the hit BBC TV series! Join pint-sized pocket firework and heroine of The French Ray-Zist-Ance, Mimi Labonq, for an hilarious musical celebration of the hit TV series and stage show.
As our pantomime draws to a close, we would like to thank everyone who has attended 'Mother Goose' - we still have performances on 1 and 2 January 2020, and there are some tickets available to book on-line! Once our pantomime has finished we will be taking a well-earned rest - here are our opening times for the next few days.
We wish you a Merry Christmas! The opening times for the Box Office here at The Lamproom are as follows:-
With only a handful of tickets left for this coming weekend, if you are wishing to come to our pantomime the message is clear - BOOK NOW or you may miss out! There is some availability between Christmas and the New Year, but many performances are sold out - the first week has had rave reviews from our audiences, so it's sure to sell out.
As The Lamproom gears up for pantomime season, the Box Office can announce that the first four performances on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December are SOLD OUT!
Bob Cratchit and his family will be appearing at The Lamproom Theatre from Friday 15 November to Saturday 23 November at various times - come along and see their story - Mr Scrooge will be there as well - of course!
The Spring 2020 season will soon be upon us, and you will soon be seeing details of all the productions on Facebook and other Social Media - please take a look so that you can decide which of the fantastic shows you will wish to come and see! Tickets for all our shows form January to July 2020 will go on sale on Monday 2 December 2019 at 10.00 a.m.
The month of October is bringing plenty to enjoy at The Lamproom BUT, the following shows have SOLD OUT - 'Hairspray' (15 to 21 October), 'The Greatest Halloween Show' (24 October) and 'Manfords Comedy Club' (25 October). There are only a handful of tickets left for 'A Cat-Shaped Space - Milly Johnson' on Tuesday 22 October - so BOOK NOW if you don't want to miss out!
The Friends of The Lamproom Theatre invite you to join them for a Fashion Show by The Clothing Company - Ladies and Children’s Fashion Venue - Trades Hall, Racecommon Road, Barnsley Tickets £2.00 - on sale from The Lamproom Theatre Box Office Includes prize draw ticket to win £50 (to be spent on the night). Why not come along and treat yourself while helping to support the theatre. Thursday 24th October 2019 at 7.00 p.m.
It's 20 years ago that the classic drama 'Twelve Angry Men' was first staged at The Lamproom - we are looking forward to welcoming friends old and new this week - why not join us to find out the final verdict and see if you can spot who was 'angry' twenty years ago??!!!
The Lamproom Theatre's traditional family pantomime returns for another year, bringing tons of festive fun and frolics to the timeless tale of Mother Goose. Mother Goose and family are struggling to make ends meet, when along comes Priscilla the Goose. Laying eggs of gold, she makes Mother Goose rich beyond her wildest dreams. However, the Demon Queen has a bet with the Fairy Queen. She claims that there is no-one on earth who is happy or content with what they have – they always want more – and tempts Mother Goose with the one thing she does not have: youth and beauty. Can Mother Goose be saved from her clutches and live happily ever after?
The Friends of The Lamproom Theatre are holding a Race Night to raise funds for the theatre and to have a great night out into the bargain! It's on Saturday 5 October at 7.00 p.m. at The Portcullis, PItt Street, Barnsley and tickets are just £6.00 each, including a pie and peas supper. You MUST book in advance if you want pie and peas, tickets can be purchased on-line at www.barnsleylamproom.com or from the Box Office, but the cut-off is 2.30 p.m. on Monday 30 September - so book NOW to make sure you get fed!
It’s all been happening during the summer at The Lamproom Theatre – a ‘new’ Theatre Bar was unveiled when audiences attended the opening production in September, and it’s proving to be a popular place for a pre or post-show drink for audiences and performers alike. Next time you are at The Lamproom make sure you pop in to have a look and join us for a drink.
Iain Matthew’s critically acclaimed memoir ‘Thro’ My Eyes’ was written in collaboration with author, broadcaster and storyteller Ian Clayton. The book is structured around a series of Matthews’ songs and illustrated by the stories that inspired them. The two Ians now take to the road to bring the book to life with ‘Words & Music’, when Ian Clayton will read stories from the book, interspersed with live songs from Iain Matthews.
Andrew Lawrence, star of 'Live at The Apollo' and 'Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow' and UK comedy’s foremost contrarian takes a break from all the controversy in this new show. No politics. No religion. No smut. No swearing. Just great jokes and good clean fun.