Lancaster Grand Theatre
The Grand has been working hard to reschedule some of its shows which were postponed due to the Coronavirus.
Please see below details of the events which have been rescheduled.
· Jennifer’s Dancers Street Dance Showcase 2020 27th & 28th June 2020
· Ian Waite & Vincent Simone – Act Two 23rd July 2020
· LADOS presents Hairspray 28th July – 1st August
· 80’s Mania 16th August 2020
· A Woman Like Me – The Little Mix Show 20th August 2020
· Dave Spikey 28th August 2020
· The Greatest Hits of Motown – How Sweet It Is 4th September 2020
· Arabella Weir 9th September 2020
· Girls Just Wanna Have Fun 14th September
· The Powerhouse Gospel Choir @ Moor Space 26th September 2020
· Opera Boys 4th October 2020
· Milkshake! Live 10th October 12pm & 3.30pm 2020
· The Foundations 15th October 2020
· Cats In Space 24th October 2020
· Amanda Own Adventures of the Yorkshire Shepherdess 7th November 2020
· Singa-Longa Bohemian Rhapsody 8th November 2020
· Mark “Billy” Billingham 10th November 2020
· A Beautiful Noise 12th November 2020
· Luther 14th November 2020
· Clinton Baptiste 17th February 2021
· By The Waters of Liverpool 22nd & 23rd March 2021
· Seven Drunken Nights 24th March 2021
· Friends The Musical Parody 25th March 2021
· UK Pink Floyd Experience 10th April 2021
· Whitney Queen of The Night 28th April 2021
· Vortice Dance Company present Dracula 18th May 2021
· The Power Ballad Show 23rd April 2021
Lancaster Grand Theatre first opened in 1782 and was known simply as The Theatre, Lancaster. 1908 saw a fire which gutted the interior but less than eight months later, it reopened in the form it is today.
The Theatre has been in continuous use for 200 years. In 1951 the Lancaster Footlights bought the theatre to secure a venue for amateur drama and music in the city. It hosts many popular comedians, singers, bands and theatre touring shows as well as in-house productions. Guided tours of the interior offer the chance of sighting the reputed ghost of actress Sarah Siddons!
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