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Crewe Lyceum launches Cinderella panto colouring competition

Crewe Lyceum launches Cinderella panto colouring competition

Nantwich youngsters can join in this year’s Crewe Lyceum pantomime Cinderella – by entering a special colouring competition.

And the best picture could land the winner a year’s supply of Snugburys ice cream.

Manchester Camerata to perform at Crewe Lyceum

Manchester Camerata to perform at Crewe Lyceum

Manchester Camerata is returning to Crewe Lyceum for the first time since 2010 with a concert which could re-establish a new series.

The orchestra was unable to continue its concert series back in 2010 due to funding cuts.

Jeeves and Wooster bring award-winning comedy to Crewe Lyceum

Jeeves and Wooster bring award-winning comedy to Crewe Lyceum

The award-winning hit comedy Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense arrives at Crewe Lyceum next month on its new UK tour September 14-16.

It follows two successful national tours and a year in the West End.

Russian State Ballet brings opera to Crewe Lyceum

Russian State Ballet brings opera to Crewe Lyceum

The Russian State Ballet and Opera House brings Verdi’s opera masterpiece La Traviata to Crewe Lyceum next month.

The tragedy in three acts features arias and music performed in Italian by a cast and an orchestra comprising more than 30 musicians.

Review: Sherlock Holmes and Ripper Murders, Crewe Lyceum

Review: Sherlock Holmes and Ripper Murders, Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
Theatre fans have been delighted with the latest production from ‘talking Scarlet’ at Crewe Lyceum this week.

The company’s performance of ‘Sherlock Holmes and The Ripper Murders’ by Brian Clemens, has proved a real hit.

Crewe Lyceum lines up summer fun in school holidays

Crewe Lyceum lines up summer fun in school holidays

Crewe Lyceum Theatre is staging a series of fun shows during the school summer holidays.

Family activities begin with the free Family Open Day on Saturday August 1 filled with activities.

Review: Powerful drama ‘Birdsong’ at Crewe Lyceum

Review: Powerful drama ‘Birdsong’ at Crewe Lyceum

By Claire Faulkner
Marking the 100th anniversary of World War 1, Birdsong at Crewe Lyceum is an incredibly poignant and touching production.

Adapted from Sebastian Faulks’ novel by Rachel Wagstaff, the play tells the story of ‘Stephen’, a young English soldier and his continuous search for ‘Isabelle’, the love of his life.

Peter Duncan stars in Birdsong at Crewe Lyceum June 16-20

Peter Duncan stars in Birdsong at Crewe Lyceum June 16-20

Peter Duncan, Edmund Wiseman and Emily Bowker head the cast of the 2015 national tour of Rachel Wagstaff’s stage play Birdsong when it comes to South Cheshire.

The show, adapted from the novel by Sebastian Faulks, will run at Crewe Lyceum from Tuesday June 16 to Saturday June 20.

Paul Merton’s Impro Chums returns to Crewe Lyceum

Paul Merton’s Impro Chums returns to Crewe Lyceum

Paul Merton’s Impro Chums return to Crewe Lyceum Theatre on Monday May 25.

The Mock the Week and TV panel star Merton is one of the UK’s most popular comedians.

Crewe Lyceum to stage Alan Bennett’s classic The History Boys

Crewe Lyceum to stage Alan Bennett’s classic The History Boys

Alan Bennett’s comic masterpiece The History Boys is to be staged at Crewe Lyceum next week.

The production – recently voted “the nation’s favourite play” – will run from May 5 to 9.

Nantwich hairdressing students play key Grease role

Nantwich hairdressing students play key Grease role

Hairdressing students in Crewe and Nantwich were shining stars after playing a leading role in a charity production of hit musical Grease.

The South Cheshire College group delivered a range of dazzling hairstyles for cast members before they took to the stage for performances at Crewe’s Lyceum Theatre.

April 30, 2015 0 comments News, Schools & Colleges
Lee Nelson talks music, politics and growing up ahead of Crewe Lyceum show

Lee Nelson talks music, politics and growing up ahead of Crewe Lyceum show

By Sara Royle
Simon Brodkin is a trained doctor, husband, and father. Hardly the makings of a controversial stand-up comedian, you might think.
So we went along to find out more ahead of his Crewe Lyceum show as on-stage alter ego Lee Nelson.

Crewe Lyceum Theatre lines up Easter bonanza

Crewe Lyceum Theatre lines up Easter bonanza

Crewe Lyceum Theatre is staging a bonanza of productions during the Easter break.

And the shows will include a wide range of characters from Cbeebies, Basil Brush to Basil Fawlty.