Following on from last year’s success Paines Plough Theatre Company will be returning to Kendal with its Roundabout theatre dome this autumn!
Cumbria welcomes an exclusive performance and launch of the graphic novel ‘Black Dog – the Dreams of Paul Nash’ by Dave McKean, on 15 & 16 October
Two contrasting plays – a laugh-a-minute comedy and a dramatic debate about the morality of war – launch the 2016 Summer Season at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick.
To celebrate the 150th anniversary of Beatrix Potter this year, the World of Beatrix Potter in Bowness-on-Windermere and the Old Laundry Theatre are staging two special premieres
The Brewery Arts Centre in Kendal presents a summer series of free gigs – a perfect opportunity to see some of Cumbria’s most talented bands
From 30 July – 12 August the Lakes are alive with the sound of Lake District Summer Music’s 32nd Festival.
If you enjoy outstanding internationally acclaimed classical and jazz performers you will delight in the Ulverston International Music Festival from 8 – 19 June 2016.
Theatre by the Lake invites you to swing into May in celebratory silver style with the 25th anniversary of the acclaimed Keswick Jazz Festival
Theatre by the Lake, Britain’s most remote and arguably most beautifully located theatre, is now set to stage a jam-packed line-up of top quality performances and festivals in 2016!
Christmas is coming – and so is The Snow Queen, the latest in the great tradition of shows for all the family at Theatre by the Lake.