- Telephone 01900 602122
- Website www.carnegietheatre.co.uk
The first thing you need to know about the Carnegie Theatre is that it has a very jazzy website. The second is that it is a historic place, and is one of Workington's much-loved buildings. Back in the glory days of 1903, his Worship The Mayor, Alderman R E Highton laid the Foundation Stone for the 'Carnegie Free Library & Lecture Hall', and the building officially opened in 1904, following a donation of £7,500 from Mr Andrew Carnegie. Nowadays, it mostly hosts music and dance events, but a selection of classes and courses are also offered at the venue.
There are 13 events at this location
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Black Magic: The Little Mix Show: Tribute To Little Mix
The award-winning girls of pop have their songs covered, with dance routines included.
Sun 19 Feb 2017
£15 (Children £12) / 01900 602122
Cannon And Ball: The Dressing Room
This comedy play written by Bobby Ball combines sitcom with variety and comedy. Part play, part variety show, expect a whole night of great entertainment
Christmas Crooners: A Romantic Christmas Special
A cast of West End singers, and the talented swing band, the Jazz All-Stars, perform over 30 best-loved Christmas hits of Bing Crosby, Nat King Cole and ol' Blue Eyes himself, Frank Sinatra.
A Christmas Sparkle
Over 100 children perform as part of the seasonal music and dance show.
A Foreigner's Journey
Two-pronged tribute to soft rock titans Journey and Foreigner.
The Houghton Weavers
Folk music suffused with comedy.
A tribute to the hard rock of Thin Lizzy.
Music Hall Tavern
Music, dance and comedy.
New Year's Eve Rock Party
A night of live music from Five and Dangerous, plus guests, to see in the New Year.
Rob Rouse: Are You Sitting Comfortably?
In this full-length show, engaging stand-up Rob Rouse contemplates his adult life, which chiefly involves becoming a father and owning uncontrollable pets. It's a hilarious journey of enforced introspection from a guy who believes that being middle-aged and having an eye-watering mortgage with an unstable job is the key…