Friday 23rd February Saturday 2nd March

Bouncers: Remix

It’s Friday night, it’s club night: time for the Bouncers to come alive!Join Les, Ralph, Judd and Lucky Eric in this outrageous and hilarious night on the town!

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Wednesday 6th March

The Blow Monkeys

The Blow Monkeys are unique with a career spanning over 40 years. Always making new music, always stretching their own musical boundaries. With worldwide hits such as the classics “Digging Your Scene” and “It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way”, they became household names.

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Thursday 7th March

Maybe Dick!

From the team that brought us STEPTOE & SON: The Radio Show, Herman Melville’s classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling set on the high seas. Nantucket, 1841

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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF ENTERTAINMENTTickets now on sale for 2024!

  • Friday 23rd FebruarySaturday 2nd March

    Bouncers: Remix

    It’s Friday night, it’s club night: time for the Bouncers to come alive!Join Les, Ralph, Judd and Lucky Eric in this outrageous and hilarious night on the town!

    Tickets & Information
  • Wednesday 6th March

    The Blow Monkeys

    The Blow Monkeys are unique with a career spanning over 40 years. Always making new music, always stretching their own musical boundaries. With worldwide hits such as the classics “Digging Your Scene” and “It Doesn’t Have To Be This Way”, they became household names.

    Tickets & Information
  • Thursday 7th March

    Maybe Dick!

    From the team that brought us STEPTOE & SON: The Radio Show, Herman Melville’s classic tale of revenge and retribution is retold in this inventive, comic retelling set on the high seas. Nantucket, 1841

    Tickets & Information
  • Friday 8th March

    Made in Motorcity

    Recreating the classic sounds of Detroit, the show is recognized as one of the UK’s leading Motown tributes. Comprising a stunning live band and vocalists, expect The Supremes, The Temptations, Martha Reeves, Marvin Gaye and many, many more. 

    Tickets & Information

THE PEOPLES’ THEATRE. at the heart of the community.

The building opened in 1794 as a Methodist chapel, until it was purchased by the National Association of Boys’ Clubs in 1948. In 1998, the building was purchased for use as a theatre by Barnsley Theatre Trust.

Under the leadership and enthusiasm of John Kelly and over 100 patrons, subscribers and volunteers ‘The People’s Theatre’ launched in 1999 as The Lamproom Theatre.

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CELEBRATING 25 YEARS! a message from our chairman.

It gives me great pleasure, on behalf of all the volunteers who created and maintain Barnsley’s Lamproom Theatre, to welcome you to our 25th Anniversary year.

The Lamproom Theatre has, for a quarter of a century, provided our community with a wonderful example of volunteering spirit and endeavour. Everyone, including the Board of Trustees, Friends of the Lamproom, none-technical stage crews, directors and actors, give freely of their time and talent to provide our town with one of the most successful community theatres in the country.

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