- Telephone 0113 224 3801
- Website www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk
Carriageworks Theatre is located on Millennium Square in the prestigious Electric Press building. The venue has two unique performance spaces and six rehearsal and meeting rooms, showcasing work by local artists as well as being the most family friendly performance venue in the city centre. The arts planning team give extensive support to artists in the north to help them grow and develop their craft.
The main auditorium is a proscenium arch theatre with a capacity of 350 and caters for mid-scale productions. Comfortable seats, generous aisles and a cosy atmosphere this space is perfect for our large family shows, musicals and dramas.
Upstairs @ The Carriageworks is an intimate and flexible black box studio space with a standard capacity of 55. New work often by local talent and intimate productions utilise this space to round out the Carriageworks Theatre programme.
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There are 12 events at this location
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Animal Stories With Holly Webb
The much-loved children's author of over 90 books shares stories about the real kittens, puppies and other animals behind her bestselling books. Holly will be signing copies of her books which you can bring or buy at the event.
Beauty And The Beast
Pantomime version of the tale of a book-loving woman, a cursed prince and a castle full of singing homewares. Featuring Pierre, Madam Fifi, Professor Crackpot and Fluffy the dog.
Sat 14 Jan 2017
Sun 15 Jan 2017
Cardboard Joe And The Book Of Mysteries
154 Collective presents an interactive show featuring a live animator, a musician and a storyteller as the audience and Joe decide together what happens in the adventure that follows.
Evergreen panto tale of Cinderella, her wicked family and the handsome prince.
Fri 2 Dec
Sat 3 Dec
Sun 4 Dec
The Clean as possible Comedy Show
Current Line-up Steve Royle As well as stunning good looks, Steve has a marvellous sense of humour, as that last sentence proves. He’s an actor, writer, comedian, juggler, and a Gillard Award winning presenter on BBC Radio Lancashire. His Saturday morning 9am til 11am show means he is now a treat for both cochlea and…
Wed 26 Oct
Leo Houlding: Reflections – The Mirror Wall
Leo Houlding talks about the conflict between adventure and domesticity.
Molly's Marvellous Moustache
A new theatrical adaptation of the original storybook, written by Andrea Heaton and illustrated by Talya Baldwin about the adventures a girl with a toy moustache.
Ripley's Believe It Or Not! - LIVE
Families are invited to unlock the weird this half term in a one-off performance bringing the wacky world of Ripley's Believe It or Not! to life. From amazing stunts and tricks to rib-tickling entertainment, audiences will be mesmerised by the mind-boggling antics on show in this fun and interactive family extravaganza.
Shakespeare Schools Festival
A unique arts-education initiative enabling young people to perform abridged productions of Shakespeare's most famous plays.
Tue 1 Nov
Wed 2 Nov
Thu 3 Nov
The Shape Of Things To Come
Proper Job Theatre Company presents a story inspired by HG Wells' novel of the same title and adapted by Kevin Fegan in which Bertie who has been told that he's going blind puts a positive spin on the prognosis and uses his dark humour to explore Wells' predictions of the future.
She Loves Me: Leeds Gilbert And Sullivan Society
The company presents its take on the theatrical partnership's tale of a secret romance that is secret from even the supposed lovers themselves.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice
A bewitching tale, full of mystery and enchantment, with its blend of physical theatre, humour, technical wizardry, puppets, mime and a dash of real magic. Ages 4+.