London-based actor Ronnie Yorke who trained at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts will play the lead in the production of Macbeth which is the first of the six plays in the 2021 open air theatre season at Lytham Hall. Artistic director Peter Stickney has announced the seven-strong cast of The Lord Chamberlain's Men who will be making their debut at the Hall on Friday 18 June at 7.00 pm Ronnie Yorke is happy to face up to the challenge of one of Shakespeare’s most demand
Whether staff members or volunteer members, your hard work and commitment has been nothing short of incredible. Since opening the gates six weeks ago with a "table service only" alfresco operation - everyone has been run off their feet! Although the restrictions in place are totally necessary, they are difficult from an operational side of things, especially when there is such distance between tables and the service counter/kitchens. Multiple journeys to & fro for each and e
Lytham Hall will welcome the professional Gloucester-based Rain or Shine Theatre Company on Sunday 11 July with Oliver Goldsmith’s Restoration comedy of manners ‘She Stoops to Conquer’. Their production will be the second of six plays to be staged at the as part of the 11th season of open air theatre at the Hall , a season now supported by 26 local businesses and organisations as Patrons. T Pippa Meekings will play the lead as Kate Hardcastle whose search for a husband leads
Our partially covered courtyard has patio heaters as well as table umbrellas, so if you feel like getting out for a bit of fresh air then pop along...you will be safe from the rain in there! The Antique Centre, Animal Hub and Leafy Lytham Garden Hub is open too for all you folks with green fingers.
Photo by Mick Ellison Lytham Hall’s open air theatre programme has the support of four new Patrons from the local business community for the 2021 summer season. Bosco Restaurant in Lytham’s piazza, Will & Ward Boutique and Millie and Mini Soy Wax Candles in Clifton Street, together with car dealership Lexus, Preston are all giving their support to the expanded programme of plays at the Hall which opens with a production of Macbeth by The Lord Chamberlain’s Men on Friday J