The Lantern Theatre

The Lantern Theatre
18 Kenwood Park Road, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S7 1NF
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The Bar-Steward Sons Of Val Doonican

*Put on yer finest knitted gladrags, style your barnet, put on your dancing shoes and bring your finest singing voices, as we cordially invite you to witness the Greatest Show On Earth (in tank-tops). * Hailing from Barnsley Rock City, The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican are on a mission! Determined to follow in their…

Fri 13 Oct

£14 / 0114 255 1776

Marching On Embers

Directed by Ruth Carney | Written by Chris O' Connor One family. One cause. Two paths… With a fragile peace hanging over their community, the rifts of the past begin to tear apart the foundations of a prominent Republican family when one of them re-joins the struggle against ‘the age old enemy of the Irish…

Sat 7 Oct

£10–£12 / 0114 255 1776

Martin Stephenson And The Daintees

Martin Stephenson makes second appearance this year at The Lantern Theatre, this time with his band The Daintees, with a new album and raring to go! Starting out in the 80s with his band The Daintees, Martin gained recognition for his songwriting and performances on the first Daintees LP 'Boat To Bolivia'…

Thu 2 Nov

£22 / 0114 255 1776

New Writing Festival 2017: Part One

The New Writing Festival is a popular, annual event in which the Dilys Guite Players perform brand new short pieces written primarily by members of the group. In recent years, overseas writers have also submitted entries and this year one of the successful scripts comes to our stage from the USA. As this is the…

Wed 20 Sep

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Thu 21 Sep

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Fri 22 Sep

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Sat 23 Sep

£7 / 0114 255 1776

New Writing Festival 2017: Part Two

The New Writing Festival is a popular, annual event in which the Dilys Guite Players perform brand new short pieces written primarily by members of the group. In recent years, overseas writers have also submitted entries and this year one of the successful scripts comes to our stage from the USA. As this is the…

Wed 18 Oct

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Thu 19 Oct

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Fri 20 Oct

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Sat 21 Oct

£7 / 0114 255 1776

Comments & ratings

2. A Graham27 Feb 2011, 1:21pm4 stars The Lantern Theatre Report

Simon Fay - that is hardly a review! There is a sign at the entrance to the theatre and a lit sign on the main corner! And how can the state of the roads and your lack of map reading skills be attributed to the theatre?!?

So a proper review then. Our first visit to the Lantern this February and we saw A Taste of Pinter by it's own group, the DGP. All I can say is wow! This was a selection of short Harold Pinter sketches and the quality of the acting was outstanding. The theatre is only small, but really full of character and the the staff all very friendly and pretty cheap drinks!. I'm looking forward to going back and am hoping all the shows are of the same standard as A Taste of Pinter. Brilliant!

1. Simon Fay14 Nov 2010, 1:07am Report

If you're not local make sure your sat-nav is working: the locality is a charming labyrinth with little signage and narrow winding roads badly in need of re-surfacing. I gave up in the end.

Average rating 4/5 from 1 review of The Lantern Theatre.

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