Productions

My Fair Lady crop smWednesday 12th – Saturday 15th July, 7:30pm with a Saturday 2.30pm matinee. Tickets £13, concessions £11.

Come join us for this comical and beautiful love story with wonderful music and some amazing hats!
Book your tickets now! (seats are numbered)

The LAC does three major theatrical productions a year: musicals, small and large cast plays, comedies, classics and new writing. These shows are of a high standard and are a ‘must see’ for the regular visitors to the LAC.

Auditions
Fancy taking part in the next production? Contact the office for more details. Come along and have some fun, make friends, catch up with old ones and create an amazing show together!

Previous Shows

private-lives-a5-small29th March – 1st April, Private Lives; a Comedy of Manners by Noel Coward. A divorced couple who have since married other people find themselves honeymooning in adjacent rooms of the same hotel!

 

 snow-white-poster-a5smcrop Christmas 2016 was panto time again with: Snow White and the Seven Dwarves!   7th-10th December

 

 

 

Stepping Out smallStepping Out 16th-19th March 2016
The story of a ex-Broadway dancer, who takes on a group of women learning to dance, but teaches them how to bond, and achieve much more than they ever expected!

 

 

Dick Whit smallDick Whittington – Pantomime! December 2015
Great fun was had by all in our Christmas panto!
Make sure you book early for next Christmas!

 

 


A church production by arrangement with The Really Useful Group Ltd, 

8th-11th July 2015, was AMAZING!

 

 

Crucible poster1 smallIn March our production of Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” inspired these comments:

‘A stunning production of a brilliant play.  The talented LAC company took us into the heart of the play.  Beautiful space, brilliant direction and outstanding performances all round.  A triumph!’
‘I was amazed at the standard of acting…and the set was stunning!’
 ‘An amazingly professional production, a brilliantly talented cast (bar none) and such a compelling and emotionally engaging production’
‘BRILLIANT performances.  Looked stunning.  Great storytelling!”
 



Benefits to people who get involved:

  • Creating the sense of being a team.
  • Bringing a professional standard of theatre to the local community at an affordable price.
  • Attracting local people to the arts centre and opening up the possibility for them to be involved
  • Helping to promote arts centre activities.
  • Bringing pleasure to participants and audiences alike.
  • A chance to develop skills and learn new ones.
  • Creating opportunities for those who have never been involved in performing arts before.
  • Bringing in revenue for the arts centre.

Interested? Please get in touch – everyone is welcome and we strive to include everyone who wants to get involved.