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The Dukes

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Moor Lane, Lancaster, Lancashire, LA1 1QE
  • Box office 01524 598 500
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  • Website www.dukes-lancaster.org
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The Book Of Darkness And Light

Three chilling tales. Two ghostly performers. One thrilling night. Legend has it that many years ago a book of terrifying tales was found. Now, you are invited to discover the secrets of The Book of Darkness & Light - if you dare. Join The Storyteller and The Musician for an evening of spine-tingling tales and haunting live music. Three ghostly stories to delight and horrify, accompanied by the beautiful sounds of the violin. Be thrilled, chilled and thoroughly entertained by this charming storytelling experience. But, be warned, once the pages of the book are opened - anything could happen!

Wed 20 Sep

£12; £9 friends (£10)

  • 19:30
Thu 21 Sep

£12; £9 friends (£10)

  • 18:15
  • 20:30

Festival of the Spoken Nerd

Festival of the Spoken Nerd

A night of unashamed nerdiness and unlimited laughs with Helen Arney, Steve Mould and Matt Parker.

Sat 14 Oct

£17.50

Festival of the Spoken Nerd: You Can’t Polish a Nerd

Steve Mould, Helen Arney and Matt Parker present their latest show, filled with nerdy goodness.

Sat 14 Oct

£17.50

  • 19:30

James Acaster: Classic Scrapes Preview

Self-deprecating anecdotes from the comedian who will release his first ever book this year.

Sat 18 Nov

£16

  • 20:00

James Acaster: The Trelogy

James Acaster: Recognise

Stand up from the 2015 Chortle Best Show winner, as he presents Recognise, Represent and Reset on tour.

Sat 18 Nov

£16

John Cooper Clarke

John Cooper Clarke

The legendary Mancunian punk poet, who is a spiritual godfather to the likes of Mike Skinner and Plan B hauls his insatiable laconic wit on tour.

Sat 30 Sep

£24; £22 friends ( £15)

  • 20:15

Laura Jurd's Dinosaur

Contemporary jazz from the trumpeter and her accompanying musicians, keyboardist Elliot Galvin, bassist Conor Chaplin and drummer Corrie Dick.

Sat 16 Sep

£10–£20

  • 19:30

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future

Mark Thomas: A Show That Gambles on the Future

Mark Thomas sets out to discover what the future has in store for us by collecting and examining his own predictions and those of his audiences before gambling on their outcome.

Wed 29 Nov

£16 (£12)

  • 19:30

Morale Is High (Since We Gave Up Hope)

A theatre / gig exploring the effects of popular culture and political idiocracy.

Sat 23 Sep

Pay what you decide

  • 20:00

Sarah Millican: Control Enthusiast

Sarah Millican: Control Enthusiast

You'll know her face from talking about cake and cats on the telly, so here's another chance to see the Millican phenomenon in full flight live on stage.

Sat 13 Jan

Sold out

The Suitcase

Johannesburg's Market Theatre presents a drama set amongst the poor and alienated people of 1950s South Africa. Adapted by James Ngcobo from a short story by Es'kia Mphahlele, and with music by Hugh Masekela.

Wed 27 Sep

£15.50–£19.50

  • 19:30
Thu 28 Sep

£15.50–£19.50

  • 19:30
Fri 29 Sep

£15.50–£19.50

  • 19:30

Who Wants To Live Forever

Cheryl Martin presents a jazz fantasy about loss, love and hope, set among the stars, combining scientific facts, real-world psychological observations, autobiography and song.

Thu 14 Sep

Pay what you decide

  • 19:30

Primarily a theatre venue, but the 313-seat auditorium is used to screen the latest releases.

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