The world première of a new play about King Arthur, Britain’s most famous and most mysterious legendary king, is staged at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick until 6 November.
The most wincingly funny comedy of the last 50 years and the world première of a new play about King Arthur in Cumbria are on at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick this autumn.
Get in a theatrical spin this autumn as Roundabout, a unique portable theatre dome, appears in cultural style at Abbot Hall from 30 September to 3 October.
The popular Bowness-on-Windermere Old Laundry Theatre reveals its forthcoming season of drama, music, spoken word, comedy and film with an enviable and unmissable line up of shows and artists!
The Globe Theatre on Tour return to the Lake District from 20 – 22 July, with a brand new production of Romeo and Juliet, performed on an Elizabethan-style stage in the stunning grounds of Blackwell, the Arts & Crafts House.
This year marks the 30th Anniversary Festival programme for Lake District Summer Music. Running from 1-14 August, this year’s festival celebrates with fifty events in 15 Lake District venues
Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake opens its 2015 Summer Season on Sat 23 May with two very different plays – a hilarious family-friendly comedy in the Main House and a classic drama by an American master in the Studio.
Enthusiastic audiences who enjoy outstanding internationally acclaimed classical performers and a heady mix of music styles will be delighted with Ulverston International Music Festival’s 2015 line-up
Patrick Farmer and Sarah Hughes present a new body of work at Grizedale Forest as part of the Lakes Ignite complementary programme of arts events.
From the Byzantine to Scandinavia, Italy to Ireland, their style of folk music has been presented across the world’s stages. In May, it’s Keswick’s turn to sample this unique and energetic example of cross-cultural music.