ANTIQUES ROADSHOW FILMING AT LYTHAM HALL

Lytham Hall is pleased to announce that they have been chosen as one of the few nationwide locations for the upcoming 42nd series of the BBC’s Antiques Roadshow. Managers at the Hall have been in negotiations with the BBC for many months, and they are thrilled to be one of the nine places to be filmed throughout this Summer. “As you can imagine we are over the moon,” explains Deputy Manager Paul Lomax. “To have a national institution such as the Antiques Roadshow coming to Lytham Hall is testament to all the hard work staff and volunteers have been putting in over the last couple of years. The programme is so high profile, which in turn will be amazing for the Hall. We received the good news

Frankenstein, Buttons, Caliban, Ali Baba and The Honourable Mrs. Jamieson to take centre stage

Frankenstein, Buttons, Caliban, Ali Baba and The Honourable Mrs. Jamieson will all take centre stage in the five outdoor plays at Lytham Hall this coming summer. Such diversity in the programme for the 10th season of open-air theatre at the Hall has been widely and warmly welcomed following the recent announcement of the schedule. In an innovation for 2019 the Bank Holiday weekend in late August will feature a double bill with plays on consecutive days. Blackpool panto’s Steve Royle will swap the role of Buttons for that of Victorian music hall star Dan Leno in a poignant play by Blackpool writer David Slattery-Christy which premiered at last summer’s Lytham Festival. On the following after

Lytham Hall Wins a £42,500 Grant

Lytham Hall has been handed a £42,500 boost towards restoration of buildings and its historic parkland by the Coastal Revival Fund. Fylde MP Mark Menzies supported the bid and spoke to ministers in support of the Hall's application. The Government awarded the Hall the funds towards the second phase of restoration of the Grade I Listed Georgian House. The works include the continuing in-house restoration works with volunteer and local craftspeople. The funding will also go towards research into planting schemes for the parterre, herbaceous border and woodland areas to make the hall’s parkland more attractive to visitors. Mr Menzies, pictured on a previous visit to the Hall with Northern Power

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