The opening play of the 11th outdoor theatre season at Lytham Hall has drawn a capacity audience for the first time ever. An audience of 400 will attend the production of Macbeth on Friday 9 July by The Lord Chamberlain’s Men who will be making their debut at Lytham Hall. Ticket sales were up by 500 per cent a fortnight after bookings opened on April 17th and now the final few tickets have been snapped up in June. Bookings for the other five plays in the largest programme
STARTING 24TH JUNE 2021 - EVERY THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SUNDAY We can't wait to start these new fabulous afternoon tea sessions in the stunning ambience of the Georgian Hall's Library.
These luxury afternoon teas will be available with a choice of two sittings per day every Thursday, Friday and Sunday at 1pm and 2.30pm (NB: 90 minutes is allocated per sitting). Thursday and Friday Afternoon Tea will consist of a selection of beautiful sandwiches - with exclusive fillings such as
Lytham-based comedian Phil Walker is set to join the cast of 'Naturally Insane, the life of Dan Leno' on Friday 9 July at Lytham Hall., the second play in the 11th outdoor season Lancashire funny man Steve Royle will again play the title role in a drama which follows the tragic career of Dan Leno, the Victorian Music Hall superstar. Phil Walker will take the role of Dr. Savage whose task is to treat the unstable Leno. Julian Wilde, organiser of the 2021 theatre programme,