Come along to Waterstones King St, Lancaster for a wonderful evening of poetry celebrating the release of Graham Mort’s tenth poetry collection! The event starts at 7.30pm and will run until about 9pm and will include a reading, Q&A and book signing.Find out more »
The fantastic setting of Morecambe’s seafront provides the backdrop that transforms into a multi-venue playground for Vintage By The Sea, winners of the Large Tourism Event 2016 and voted the best vintage event in the world, 2014 by The Guardian!Find out more »
Lancaster City Council will be offering taster sessions in traditional stone carving at the Vintage by the Sea Festival next weekend in Morecambe (September 2)Find out more »
Anthony Horowitz is one of the most versatile writers in contemporary times. Join Anthony for a unique insight into his life and writing as he introduces his latest novel, ‘The Word is Murder‘. The Price of admission includes a hardback edition of the novel which Anthony will sign as a memento of this special evening.Find out more »
The return of LANCASTER JAZZ FESTIVAL | 15th - 17th September 2017Find out more »
More Music present Siobhan Wilson at The Hall in Lancaster. Sept 22nd at 7.30pmFind out more »
Following last year’s hugely popular performance of ‘Fire in the North Sky’ , Adverse Camber and Lifest have partnered once again to bring the acclaimed touring storytelling production ‘Dreaming the Night Field’ to Lancaster.Find out more »
Dr John Cooper Clarke shot to prominence in the 1970s as the original ‘people’s poet’.Since then his career has spanned cultures, audiences, art forms and continents.
Today, JCC is as relevant and vibrant as ever, and his influence just as visible on today’s pop culture. Aside from his trademark ‘look’ continuing to resonate with fashionistas young and old, and his poetry included on national curriculum syllabus, his effect on modern music is huge.
10.45pm, Saturday 5th December 2015 – the lights go out across Lancaster, Morecambe and Carnforth, plunging 100,000 people into darkness. Blackout is an original play inspired by testimony from residents, community organisations, emergency responders, sociologists and journalists, telling the stories of ordinary lives in extraordinary times during the Storm Desmond power cut. A thrilling account of chaos, bewilderment and camaraderie during a power cut which left communities without communication, transport or information, cut off from the modern world.Find out more »
Internationally acclaimed company imitating the dog return to Lancaster Arts with their latest production. Nocturnes is a multi-media twist on a 50s spy thriller set during the height of the cold war.Find out more »
MORE MUSIC PRESENT: WITH ONE VOICE WITH BETH DE LANGE | Sat 21st OctoberFind out more »
Recall: An Exhibition to celebrate the art work of UCLan's pioneer Fine Art Graduates & Lecturers forty years on. 27 Artists from the first four years of University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) B.A Fine Art Course (including Andy Goldsworthy) when it was housed at The Storey from 1975.Find out more »
A magical festival of light & art. The full programme for LUL 2017 should be available in AugustFind out more »
The Dukes present A Tobacco Factory Theatres Production of Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot. 65 years old, but as fresh and urgent as ever, Beckett’s iconic play about the struggle for purpose, the power of friendship and the hunt for a pair of decent boots.Find out more »
LITFEST PRESENTS - THE DEVIL'S VIOLIN: STOLEN! Tickets available soon! Daniel Morden transports you to the Land of No Return, his storytelling served by the hypnotic string accompaniment of Sarah Moody and Oliver Wilson-Dickson. The ensemble will take you on an epic journey, through a dreamlike land where you will encounter a king turned to stone, an old woman living in the claw of a giant cockerel and a glass man filled with wasps. The essence of all cinema, theatre…Find out more »