THE LITTLE MERMAID - scheduled for performances at The Lamproom in August - has been cancelled.
Anne Scargill and Betty Cook met during the Miners’ Strike, and have been firm friends ever since. They have recently written a joint memoir and will bring it to life in a special presentation at The Lamproom Theatre. The evening will feature readings by the author Ian Clayton and actor Maxine Peake, as well as a Questions and Answers session featuring you, the audience! The evening will take place on Friday 6th August - book NOW!!!
Do you love musical theatre? Then the next show at The Lamproom Theatre is the show for you! LS Theatre productions will follow their recent show 'We Thank You For The Music' with 'Rock The West End' - a show filled with musical theatre, rock and pop anthems - don't miss it!
The draw for the June Lamproom 100 Club has been made , and the winner is Mrs Griffiths of Barnsley. The winning number was 49. Congratulations to Mrs Griffiths - enjoy your winnings and thank you for supporting us - we appreciate it!
Shows taking place in July and August announced – with something for all the family – don’t miss out! As confidence grows that life may get back to ‘normal’ in June, The Lamproom Theatre has a packed programme for the summer, with tickets for shows going on sale on Tuesday 1st June at 10.00 a.m. Read on for more information.......
As part of our re-opening season here at The Lamproom Theatre, we are delighted to welcome back LS Theatre Productions, with a cabaret show 'We Thank You For The Music' - so for a great night out in the company of the LS singers and dancers, book your tickets on-line NOW! The production runs from Thursday 3rd to Saturday 5th June 2021 at 7.30 p.m. each evening As part of our commitment to keeping you safe, we will NOT be able to open the theatre bar and all drinks and ice creams for the interval MUST be ordered and paid for at the time of booking. You can book on-line, in person at the Box Office or by telephone (01226 200075) between the hours of 10.00 a.m. and 2.30 p.m. Monday to Saturday. We look forward to welcoming you and LS Theatre Productions back to The Lamproom as we say 'Thank You For The Music'.
The Lamproom will open it's doors on Friday 21st May for the first time in fourteen months, with 'An Evening With John Kelly' - why not join us for a celebration of live theatre? We have been given a clean 'bill of health' to open and we have put measures in place to ensure that everyone is safe - please see our website for full details. But first and foremost - welcome back - sit back and enjoy the show!!
The Lamproom Theatre is delighted to announce that we have been granted the use of The Society of London Theatre & UK Theatre's 'See It Safely' mark. The mark certifies that we are complying with the latest Government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, to ensure that safety of our staff and audiences. You can find out more about the measures we have been putting in place ready for your visit, and what you will need to know beforehand by looking at our website - welcome back.
The draw for the May Lamproom 100 Club has been made , and the winner is Mrs Barton of Carlton. The winning number was 100. Congratulations to Mrs Barton - enjoy your winnings and thank you for supporting us - we appreciate it!
Theatregoers up and down the country have been longing for the day when they can visit their local theatre to experience the joys of live entertainment, and the people of Barnsley will soon be able to do just that! As Covid-19 restrictions are gradually eased, we have been putting our time to good use to make sure we are operating at the highest level in order to deliver safe, consummate service. Boosted by our Cultural Recovery Fund grant, we are thrilled to announce that The Lamproom Theatre will return as Barnsley’s premier arts venue with a special summer programme.
The sincere condolences of all at The Lamproom Theatre are sent to the Queen and Royal Family at this sad time. Prince Philip, Queen Elizabeth II's husband, has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced. A statement issued by the palace just after midday spoke of the Queen's "deep sorrow" following his death at Windsor Castle on Friday morning. The Duke of Edinburgh, the longest-serving royal consort in British history, was at the Queen's side for more than her six decades of reign.
The draw for the April Lamproom 100 Club has been made , and the winners are Mr & Mrs Jepson of Barnsley. The winning number was 19. Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Jepson - enjoy your winnings and thank you for supporting us - we appreciate it!
We can now share with you the news that we are thrilled to hear that we have received funding to support The Lamproom Theatre thanks to the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund and so that we can continue to be here for you and for the people of Barnsley! The grant will be used to fund many aspects of the theatre’s operation during the transition period between April and August 2021, including funding for advertising and the production of a brochure to be sent to all patrons, informing them of the plans for productions until December 2021, with the return of the ever-popular Lamproom Pantomime, ‘Dick Whittington’. Barnsley audiences have missed live theatre for over a year and this funding gives a positive message that The Lamproom will be back in business just as soon as Government restrictions allow – good news indeed!
National stay at home restrictions have changed. Things we can all do to keep each other safe: i. Enjoy the outdoors - we can’t meet indoors just yet ii. Meet in groups of six people, or with one other household at one time in a public area or private garden iii. Keep a two-metre distance and regularly wash your hands iv. Stay local. Explore the borough’s outdoor and green space.
Today is World Theatre Day - a day to celebrate the creativity, friendship, laughter, and sheer joy that theatre brings to all of our lives. Sadly, the past twelve months have meant that we have missed all of this, but as we look forward to the next few months with optimism and anticipation we know that when we do re-open we'll be bigger and better than ever! News on The Lamproom re-opening plans will soon be shared - watch this space and prepare to come back to The People's Theatre in Barnsley very soon - we can't wait to see you!
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