- Telephone 01264 368368
- Website www.thelights.org.uk
The Lights is the hub for creative activity in north-west Hampshire, with a 242-seat auditorium, an arena hall, a conference room, a dance studio, function rooms and a café bar. It has a programme of theatre, live music, comedy, dance and kids' events, as well as hosting special events such as a record/CD fair and food & drink events. It also gives regular art, craft and drama workshops for kids.
Andover station is ten minutes' walk away and the venue is served by the 2, 3, 4, 5 and 8 bus routes.
The Lights is the hub for creativity in north-west Hampshire, with a 242 seat auditorium, an arena open space, dance studio, function rooms and a conference room and board room for business meetings. The Arena Cafe bar is open for coffee, cake and food during the day and when shows are playing.
The theatre boasts a packed programme of live music, comedy, dance, serious theatre and children's events and workshops, designed to appeal to the whole community. There are also special events during the year including record and cd fairs and food and drink events.
The venue has level access.
Free parking is available after 4pm within a short walk of the venue. Andover Railway station is a ten minute walk away and the bus station is within two minutes.
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- Provides: Free wi-fi
There are 22 events at this location
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Andover Music Club Concert Series
Series of concerts.
Andy Parsons: Peak Bullsh*t
You'll know him best from Live at the Apollo and Mock the Week, but this is Parsons' latest stand-up show. Can he really promise peak bullshit? Come along and find out.
This four-piece band, originally formed in Essex in 1978 but now resident in Brittany, performs its self-penned folk material.
Clare Teal Duo
Mainstream jazz, contemporary classics and originals courtesy of the acclaimed vocalist and BBC Radio 2 presenter.
Sassy vocalist and Parky favourite Teal casts her spell.
Coldplace: Coldplay Tribute
The vastly experienced group performs hits from Coldplay's back catalogue.
David Baddiel: My Family: Not The Sitcom (Warm-up)
In his follow-up to Fame: Not The Musical, Baddiel paints an irreverent portrait of family life, memory, ageing, infidelity and gay cats, with a loving focus on his late mother Sarah and dementia-ridden father, Colin. Contains explicit language.
Wed 22 Mar
£15–£16 / 01264 368368
A supernatural stage show from the medium.
Dr Phil's Health Revolution
Dr Phil, the GP known for being funny, combines his medical credentials and humour for a show to leave you in rude health.
Elio Pace: The Billy Joel Songbook
Pace plays the songs of the Piano Man.
Irish folk legends perform timeless classics for a night of Irish music, songs and stories.
Risqué humour from the West Country comic.
The Johnny Cash Roadshow
Cash tribute from singer-songwriter Clive John.
Lord Of The Flies
Nigel Williams's authorised adaptation of William Golding's gripping novel recounts the events following the stranding of a group of children on an island. This home-grown Courtyard production is directed by David Durant and features both professional actors and local youngsters.
The Mayor's Variety Show
Music, song and dance by local talent from across the borough, including performances from Suzanne School of Dance, Portway Glee Club, Ruby Slippers Show School, Fair Play Performing Arts, Ignite and many more.
Pride And Prejudice
The spirited Bennet sisters haplessly search for love and dashing Mr Darcy unwittingly finds his match in The Pantaloons version of Jane Austen's enduring romantic comedy.
Richard Herring: The Best
A 'best of' compilation from the comedian as he picks the best jokes from his last 12 shows.
Russell Kane: Right Man, Wrong Age
Russell Kane discusses why it's perfectly okay to be 20 but feel 40 (or vice versa) and explains why nobody really feels their age.
Talon: The Best of the Eagles
Eagles tribute band Talon once again perform their popular tribute to the beardy country rockers.
Vienna Festival Ballet: Cinderella
- Written by: Sheila Styles
A fairytale ballet choreographed by Sheila Styles, set to a soundtrack of opera music by Rossini arranged and conducted by Chris Nicholls.