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

Dean Friedman

Dean Friedman first marked his entry into pop consciousness with the Top 20 chart success of his infectious hit single, Ariel, a quirkily irresistible and uncategorisable pop song about a free spirited, pot-smoking, vegetarian Jewish girl in a pleasant blouse who lived, as the lyric goes, "…way on the other side of the…

Thu 20 Jul

£22.50–£25 / 0114 255 1776

Dean Friedman - In Concert

Dean Friedman first delighted UK and Ireland audiences with his chart-topping hit, Lucky Stars. The now classic single, paved the way for a slew of hits off Friedman's critically acclaimed album, "Well, Well" Said the Rocking Chair", including familiar tracks, Lydia, Rocking Chair, Woman of Mine, McDonald's Girl and…

Thu 20 Jul

£24.75 / 0114 255 1776

Don't Dress For Dinner

By Marc Camoletti, adapted by Robin Hawdon This boulevard comedy was a smash hit in Paris, where it played for over two years, and in London, where it ran for six years at the Apollo and Duchess Theatres. It has since played in theatres all over the USA and the English speaking world and was revived in Chicago and on…

Mon 26 Jun

£7–£10 / 0114 255 1776

Tue 27 Jun

£7–£10 / 0114 255 1776

Wed 28 Jun

£7–£10 / 0114 255 1776

…and 3 more dates until 1 Jul

Martin Stephenson

Martin Stephenson makes a welcome return to The Lantern Theatre with a solo appearance. 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', garnering Top 40 albums with 'Gladsome, Humour And…

Wed 12 Jul

£14 / 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

The Wizard Of Oz

Young Performers Edition In this charming show, Dorothy and her dog Toto are caught in a tornado's path. They follow the yellow brick road and end up in the land of Oz. Along the way Dorothy and Toto meet some memorable friends and foe, look out for the pesky Jitterbugs! Glinda says the Wizard can help her return…

Thu 6 Jul

£9 / 0114 255 1776

Fri 7 Jul

£9 / 0114 255 1776

Sat 8 Jul

£9 / 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.

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