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Four new Patrons from the local business community in Lytham are backing this summer’s open-air theatre season at Lytham Hall.

Your Gym, The Clifton Arms, Lytham Gin and the Lytham branch of Handelsbanken are all giving their support to the programme of plays at the Hall which opens with Chapterhouse Theatre Company’s stage adaptation of Elizabeth Gaskell’s novel Cranford on Sunday 16 June.

From a base of just five Patrons and three plays in 2010 the total of Patrons has risen to 25, with five plays being staged this summer.

Theatre organiser Julian Wilde feels that this increase is a reflection of the enthusiasm of many businesses in the Lytham area to contribute to the local community.

“My conversations with Rob Ward at Your Gym, Victoria Harwood at The Clifton Arms, Kevin Sanderson at Handelsbanken were a delight, all full of positivity and enthusiasm about the community of Lytham. The level of support is both remarkable and heartening and I am thrilled to welcome our four new Patrons on board”.

Sara and Paul Dewhurst, owners of Lytham Gin, confirm that they are delighted to join the team of Patrons.

“The open-air play season at Lytham Hall has been a growing success story for ten years now and we are very happy to lend our support. Lytham prides itself on all its independent shops and businesses like ourselves and it is very pleasing to be working with so many of them in this way in support of Lytham Hall.”

Tickets which went on sale at the end of April have been selling well for all five plays and are available both on line and at six local outlets in Lytham St. Annes.

Tickets : Adult £14 Concessions : Senior/student £11, Schoolchild £7 On line bookings from Full details of the season on

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