Theatre By The Lake

Theatre By The Lake
Lakeside, Keswick, Cumbria, CA12 5DJ
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After The Dance

  • Directed by: Thea Sharrock

An in-house production of Terence Rattigan's 1939 comedy-drama in which some Mayfair socialites party away as the world descends into catastrophe.

Thu 25 May

Fri 26 May

Sat 27 May

…and 46 more dates until 4 Nov

And Then Come The Nightjars

  • Directed by: Paul Robinson
  • Written by: Bea Roberts

Bea Roberts's play is a story of enduring friendship in a requiem for rural England.

Barnhart / Huxley All Stars With Enrico Tomasso

The pianist and vocalist leads a performance of stirring jazz.

The Bateman Brothers

Relive the authentic sound of the greatest jazz band of all time, Louis Armstrong And His All-Stars, with this tribute concert.

Thu 11 May

The Big Chris Barber Band

The veteran slide trombonist leads his big band in a programme of swing and New Orleans-style jazz.

Wed 10 May

Chess: Keswick Amateur Operatic Society

An amateur adaptation of Benny Anderson, Bjorn Ulvaeus and Tim Rice's acclaimed musical about romantic rivalries and political intrigue.

…and 2 more dates until 6 May

Clara’s Gift: The Love And Life Of Robert And Clara Schumann

Sung here in glorious new English translations by Olivier Award-nominee Elizabeth Mansfield are Schumann's Frauenliebe Und Leben, written as a present for his fiancee Clara.

Colne Valley Male Voice Choir

More than 50 singers will sing everything from traditional male voice choir pieces, to songs from the shows, ballads and even a few star solo items.

Daphne’s Flight

Excitement is mounting in the Daphne's Flight camp as next year's CD release and tour get ever nearer! For the uninitiated, Daphne's Flight comprises Chris While, Christine Collister, Julie Matthews, Melanie Harold and Helen Watson. In 1995 five friends found themselves at Cambridge Festival. They decided to sing some…

Mon 8 May

David Scheel: Don’t Shoot Me, I’m Only The Piano Player

A runaway success in London's West End and successive Edinburgh Festivals, this show seamlessly combines beautiful playing with musical hilarity.

Djangologie

The quartet bring their intense brand of swing to hot club classics and a repertoire of exquisitely written gypsy jazz originals.

Sun 14 May

The Edge Of Darkness: Keswick Theatre Club

A chilling mystery set at the turn of the 20th century, in which a woman returns from several years after her disappearance suffering from amnesia.

Heaven Rocks

The combined Keswick and Whitehaven Committed 2 Rock Choirs with 130 singers unite for an evening of powerful anthems and brilliant solo performances.

Fri 28 Apr

Hot From Hollywood

Jazz performer Keith Nichols leads an 11-piece orchestra through music from the early years of the silver screen.

Sat 13 May

How My Light Is Spent

Liz Stevenson directs Alan Harris's comedy about an unlikely relationship between an adult chat line operator and drive-thru worker who it seems is starting to disappear.

Wed 31 May

Fri 2 Jun

…and 17 more dates until 24 Jun

Keith Nichols' Bright Sparks

The renowned pianist and his band pay tribute to the Jazz Masters of the Prohibition era.

Nicola Farnon Trio

The singer and bass player and her trio performs an eclectic mix of swing, Latin and ballads.

Thu 11 May

Play With A Poem

North Cumbria Scriptwriters with the world premieres of three original one-act plays, winners of the 2016 competition for playwrights living in Cumbria.

Fri 7 Apr

The Primrose Piano Quartet

Schumann's Piano Quartet will open the evening accompanied by Bottesini's Grand Duo For Violin, Double Bass And Piano and Schubert's Trout Quintet.

Sun 23 Apr

£7–£18 (Children £4–£7; £4–£7)

The Professor Of Adventure

PMac Productions' staging of Peter Macqueen's one-man play about a hermit during World War 2.

…and 7 more dates until 6 Apr

Two Way Mirror

A double bill of plays by Arthur Miller exploring illusion, love and the power of desire staged by Theatre By The Lake.

Mon 10 Apr

£11–£18.50; £11–£24.50; £11–£18.50 2pm; £15–£26; £15–£26

Tue 11 Apr

£11–£18.50; £11–£24.50; £11–£18.50 2pm; £15–£26; £15–£26

Wed 12 Apr

£11–£18.50; £11–£24.50; £11–£18.50 2pm; £15–£26; £15–£26

…and 9 more dates until 22 Apr

William Wordsworth

It's Spring 1812 and in the parlour of Grasmere Rectory amongst the piles of washing, smoking chimneys and children running riot, William Wordsworth writes. It's been years since Lyrical Ballads and money is tight. Much to the dismay of his sister Dorothy, Wordsworth is not penning his long awaited next book of verse…

Fri 31 Mar

£10–£26.50; £10–£33.50; £10–£36

Sat 1 Apr

£10–£26.50; £10–£33.50; £10–£36

Mon 3 Apr

£10–£26.50; £10–£33.50; £10–£36

…and 17 more dates until 22 Apr

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