Lancaster Grand

Shows for August 2014

Act One Summer School 2014

Monday August 11th to Friday 15th August

Monday 11th to Friday15th August 10 am to 4pm each day

Professional choreography

acting masterclasses for group and solo performances

for ages of 8 to 17 years

the school ends with a performance at 7pm of

The Twits The Musical

Price for the week: 1st child   £125

                            2nd child   £110

Booking essential to secure a place  please contact the B

Tickets: 1st child £125 2nd child £110

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Stagecoach Summer School

10 am to 4pm each day Friday evening 6pm

The Lancaster branch of the popular Stagecoach Theatre School is offering young people aged from 4 to 18 the chance to sing, dance and act on stage at the Lancaster Grand Theatre during their fun-filled summer holiday workshop week.

From the moment students arrive at the theatre, they’ll be caught up in the excitement of casting, rehearsing and performing. They will make new friends and grow in confidence as they share five inspiring and memorable days of fun, hard work and creativity. Our great value week is packed full of dancing, singing and acting and parents and friends can look forward to a fantastic show at the end of the week. Guaranteed to be the best week of the summer holidays – ask anyone who’s been! Summer school is open to Stagecoach and non-Stagecoach students, so tell all your friends! No experience is necessary and the workshop is designed to encourage all participants to grow in confidence.

Tickets: £145 / £95 each sibling £25 deposit

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featuring MATT CARDLE winner of X-factor 2010

Friday 22nd August at 7pm

Lytham Hall is hosting this great outdoor concert in the grounds of Lytham Hall.

Matt Cardle rose to fame after winning X Factor and received a one million pound recording contract with Syco Music and later signed a deal with Columbian Records.

He will be joined on the day by Janet Devlin, a Northern Irish singer/songwriter who rose to prominence in the eighth series of the X Factor in 2011.

Also on the bill is Sam and The Womp (Number 1 hit record Bom Bom), Harry Mondryk and Rothwell.

More names being added daily.

The above includes a £1.50 booking fee which is included in the price which goes back to the theatre towards refurbishments in agreement with Lytham Live.

If booking on the website you will also be charged a booking fee via Paypal, to avoid this please ring box office on 01524 64695 

Standing event. Bring a chair if essential.

No alcohol to be brought in, bar on site.

Tickets: £13.50/ £11.50 conc

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Remember Them

by Stuart Oakes and Susan Cowley

August Friday 29th and Saturday 30th at 7.30pm Sunday 31st at 5pm

A new play to commemorate the centenary of the Great War.


“Tactical retreat sir–the lads will soon have the Hun on the run again mark my words –said it’d all be over by Christmas, but they need reinforcements, there’s already talk of a big recruitment drive,”n the heady atmosphere of the crowded drill hall, five young innocent lads find the recruiting soldiers words inspiring. 

As hands quickly raise, Bill Gibson, the youngest of the group is not so sure, but urged on by his friends he reluctantly volunteers.  As they reach that far and foreign land nothing could prepare them for the horrors they would face. Soon innocence has gone, death is around them and all but one pays the ultimate price. 

Tickets: £10

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Tickets can be collected from the box office in advance or half an hour before the show.

Little man in costume hired from the Lancaster Grand Costume Dept.