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School Jazzes Up Shakespeare

Be transported back to the 1920s Jazz era with students from Lancaster Royal Grammar School as they present Twelfth Night in our Round theatre on April 2 and 3. Pupils are proud to present a fresh perspective on William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy featuring love triangles, mistaken identities and episodes of...

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Kill Some Time At The Dukes

There’s a chance to become an Agatha Christie at a Dukes murder mystery show this March. Murder She Didn’t Write is an ingenious show created on the night by Degrees of Error, a company of improv actors, based entirely on audience suggestions. The motives are mounting and the evidence is...

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Classical Dance Tells A Modern Story

Dance, theatre, poignant storytelling and spellbinding music combine in a unique performance here this March. Half Of Me is a modern story told through classical South Asian dance. Swati Dance Company will use often unheard stories of young people born through Assisted Reproductive Technologies to inspire their performance on March...

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Basking In The Glory Of Star Reviews

We’ve had some Glorious reviews for our latest production. The Guardian’s 4-star review of Glory claimed “It has the best stage fighting this side of the Royal Albert Hall” while the British Theatre Guide described Glory as “no-holds-barred live theatre of the first order.” And the SCAN reviewer from Lancaster...

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The cast of Glory which premieres at The Dukes theatre from February 21-March 2 before touring nationally

It’s All A-bout Glory At The Dukes

Our Round theatre has now been transformed into a wrestling ring, so excitement is mounting for the premiere of our latest homegrown play – Glory – tonight. As British wrestling experiences a resurgence across the UK, Glory will immerse audiences into the eccentric world of the sport where the characters...

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Chinese Drama On The Menu

We’ll be hosting a powerful drama combined with tasty food and live music next month. From Shore to Shore, which features three moving stories drawn from different generations of British Chinese communities, will be performed here on March 22 and 23. A two course Chinese meal is included with the...

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See A Dark Classic In A New Light

We’re pleased to be welcoming back imitating the dog next month with their bold retelling of a classic novel combining live performance and digital technology. Joseph Conrad’s influential and timely novel, Heart of Darkness, will be staged here from March 19-23 by one of the UK’s most original and innovative...

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