The Lyceum Youth Theatre presents a specially devised promenade piece for the theatre company's 50th Anniversary!Book now

Lyceum Youth Theatre presents: Hidden

A site specific promenade performance visiting the unseen corners of The Lyceum.

Step behind the curtain for a unique perforamnce in the darkest corners of The Lyceum. You will be guided where no backstage tour goes - where hidden places meet the hidden voices of youth. This will be a unique theatrical adventure full of surprise and no little terror with live music and lively encounters inspired by The Lyceum's secret spaces.

Devised by members of the Lyceum Youth Theatre with direction from Mark Thomson, Amanda Gaughan, Christie O'Carroll and John Glancy, this is a special one-off production as part of our 50th Anniversary celebrations.

Access note: This show takes place throughout the historic theatre building and as it will involve a number of stairways we regret that the performance is not suitable for wheelchair users or patrons with limited mobility.

Cast and Credits

Devised by members of the Lyceum Youth Theatre company this is a special one off production as part of our 50th Anniversary Season celebrations.

CAST
TBC members of Lyceum Youth Theatre

DIRECTORS
Mark Thomson
Amanda Gaughan
Christie O'Carroll
John Glancy

Dates and Times

20 - 24 October 2015

EVENINGS
There will be 4 performances of Hidden each evening at the following times:

  • 7.30pm
  • 7.50pm
  • 8.10pm
  • 8.30pm

Capacity per show: 25 maximum

Running time: Appoximately 1hr 20 minutes

Access note: This show takes place throughout the historic theatre building and as it will involve a number of stairways we regret that the performance is not suitable for wheelchair users or patrons with limited mobility.

Prices

  • £12

Access note: This show takes place throughout the historic theatre building and as it will involve a number of stairways we regret that the performance is not suitable for wheelchair users or patrons with limited mobility.

Accessibility

Access note: This show takes place throughout the historic theatre building and as it will involve a number of stairways we regret that the performance is not suitable for wheelchair users or patrons with limited mobility.