Carriageworks Theatre

Carriageworks Theatre
3 Millennium Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 3AD
  • Telephone 0113 224 3801
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  • Website www.carriageworkstheatre.org.uk
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Carriageworks Theatre

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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Croft & Pearce: Croft & Pearce Are Not Themselves

The stars of BBC Radio 4's The Croft & Pearce Show and Spirit of the Fringe award-winners present their latest material.

Fun Latin dance lessons in Leeds city centre! Sashay Dance

This meetup is for people who want to have fun, meet new people and learn something new! Latin dancing is a great way to shake off those extra pounds, have a laugh and feel fantastic. We'll be working our way through the Latin styles which are the Cha Cha, Jive, Rumba, Samba and Paso Doble, don't worry though our classes…

Mon 8 May

Prices to be confirmed / 0113 224 3801

Sashay Line - Fun Exercise Latin and Ballroom Line Dance Class

Scottish Falsetto Sock Puppet Theatre

The Socks return with a new show of songs, sketches, socks and violence. This time, they're taking on Shakespeare himself.

Fri 19 May

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