Terry O'Toole Theatre

Terry O'Toole Theatre
Moor Lane, North Hykeham, Lincoln, LN6 9AX
  • Telephone 01522 883311
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  • Website www.terryotooletheatre.org.uk
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Terry O'Toole Theatre

The Terry O'Toole Theatre is an intimate, 200-seat performance space in Lincoln. The theatre produces a varied programme of drama, dance, music and kids' theatre.

There is plenty of free parking with disabled bays, just adjacent to the entrance to the OneNK Centre.

Events at this venue

There are 13 events at this location

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Andrew Wood Trio

Jazz standards and Blue Note material from the award-winning drummer.

Sat 10 Nov

£14 (£12; Students £7.50; under 18s £7.50; Members £10–£12) / 01522 883311

Playing a programme of Gershwin music.

  • 19:30

A Concert for Remembrance

RAF Waddington Voluntary Band with special guests Waddington Military Wives Choir for a special commemmorative concert.

Sun 4 Nov

£10 (£9; Ex-Service £7.50) / 01522 883311

  • 15:00

Festival Of Christmas Music

  • Directed by: David Godfrey (cond)

A programme of Christmas Music with an audience sing-a-long of Christmas favourites.

Sun 16 Dec

£10 (£9) / 01522 883311

  • 15:00

Great Train Robbery

Scratchworks Theatre Company presents a captivating madcap adventure filled with action, live music and physical comedy, inspired by the the Great Train Robbery in 1963.

Thu 1 Nov

£12 (£10; under 18s £7.50; Students £7.50) / 01522 883311

  • 19:30

It Takes Two

Floral arrangement by Alan Smith and Lee Berrill.

Wed 24 Oct

£5 (Members £3) / 01522 883311

  • 19:30

Jimmy Buckley

Classic country originals and covers by the singer from Birmingham and his band.

Mon 1 Apr 2019

Prices to be confirmed / 01522 883311

Juliet and Romeo

Contemporary dance theatre piece which imagines a very different ending to Shakespeare’s tragedy Romeo and Juliet played out against a powerful soundtrack which melds Prokofiev's classic score with contemporary songs from The Beatles, Frank Sinatra and Simon & Garfunkel. Presented by Lost Dog Dance.

Fri 16 Nov

£12 (£10; Children £7.50; Students £7.50) / 01522 883311

  • 19:30

Miracle on 34th Street

Stage production of the Christmas classic Miracle on 34th Street by ACTion Community Theatre.

Thu 13 Dec

£10 (£9; Students £8; Children £8; Family of four £32) / 01522 883311

  • 19:00

Fri 14 Dec

£10 (£9; Students £8; Children £8; Family of four £32) / 01522 883311

  • 19:00

Sat 15 Dec

£10 (£9; Students £8; Children £8; Family of four £32) / 01522 883311

  • 19:00

New Tricks

Music sessions for seniors.

Mon 22 Oct

£7 / 01522 883311

  • 18:00 – 20:00

Mon 29 Oct

£7 / 01522 883311

  • 18:00 – 20:00

Mon 5 Nov

£7 / 01522 883311

  • 18:00 – 20:00

Mon 12 Nov

£7 / 01522 883311

  • 18:00 – 20:00

Ruff 'n' Ready Presents Amhráin Ó Bhaile (Songs From Home)

Irish folk band perform music inspired by the Irish diaspora.

Sat 27 Oct

£14 (£12) / 01522 883311

  • 19:30

Steve Walker’s Big Swing Band

Seventeen-piece band, led by Steve Walker and featuring trumpeter with Syd Lawrence, offering a a selection of old-time favourites from the big band era plus hits from the musicals, movies and more.

Sat 22 Dec

£15 / 01522 883311

  • 19:30

The Tin Forest

The story of an old man who lives in a junkyard but wishes for his life to be full of colour and excitement. Based on the book by Helen Ward, expect mechanical birds, a wind-up circus and exotic animals. Suitable for ages 3+.

Sat 17 Nov

£8 (Family of four £28; Under 2s free) / 01522 883311

  • 15:00

Tom Thumb

Performed entirely on a kitchen table with a scary ogre, flying houses and a deep dark forest. Presented by Lyngo Theatre.

Sat 20 Oct

£8 (Family £28; Children free) / 01522 883311

  • 15:00

Comments & ratings

1. Janet Horne9 Mar 2014, 7:04am Report

Having purchased the tickets for 'We did it our way' Advertised to be showing on 8th March, my friend and I drove to the Terry O Toole Theatre last night to enjoy an evening out! NO SUCH LUCK. The place was closed up, including the Box Office, no notice as to what had happened, not even a cancelled note across the 'What's on' poster outside? I had not received any notification and there was nothing to show that any attempt had been made to return our money! Plus we now had spent a further amount on petrol to get there and all for nothing. I tried ringing the box office but all I got was a recorded saying all their staff was busy and if I left my number they would ring me back - they didn't!. I tried again later but still got the same. Watch this space when I try to get some answers.

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