Monday 23rd to Sunday 29th May

Brassed Off!

1992: Grimey Colliery faces the threat of closure and the future of its brass band is uncertain. With the miners torn between redundancy packages and the picket lines, band-leader Danny’s hopes of winning the national brass band competition seem like a distant dream. Passionate and inspiring, this is a timeless celebration of human endeavour, community spirit and triumph against all the odds. 

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  • Friday 20th May

    Race Night

    Eight horse races, shown on the big screen: more of a lottery and game of chance than betting and a game of skill. Why not come along and support The Friends of the Lamproom with a night at the races!

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  • Monday 23rd May to Sunday 29th May

    Brassed Off!

    1992: Grimey Colliery faces the threat of closure and the future of its brass band is uncertain. With the miners torn between redundancy packages and the picket lines, band-leader Danny’s hopes of winning the national brass band competition seem like a distant dream. Passionate and inspiring, this is a timeless celebration of human endeavour, community spirit and triumph against all the odds. 

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  • Saturday 11th June

    Viva Neil Diamond

    An absolute ‘must-see’ for Diamond fans, prepare to be blown away by Bob Drury and a vocal likeness which has delighted audiences all around the world. Expect ‘Cracklin’ Rosie’, ‘America’, ‘Love on the Rocks’, ‘Hello Again’, ‘Forever in Blue Jeans’, ‘Sweet Caroline’ and many more.

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  • Monday 13th June toThursday 16th June

    School Drama Festival 2022

    A diverse showcase, featuring Primary School children performing one-act plays. Don’t miss this chance to see the talent of tomorrow live on stage at The People’s Theatre today!

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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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