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Holocaust Memorial Day commemorations to include music from young people

Young people from More Music and DT3 Youth Theatre will be performing specially written music and theatre pieces to commemorate Holocaust Memorial ...

Andy Serkis Returns To The Dukes

Andy Serkis, centre, as Lysander in A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Dukes first outdoor promenade production in 1987 Andy Serkis, the actor and Lanc...

All Write Jack: creating The Unsociables

Writer Jack Hathaway A Lancaster sixth former has helped to write a play about last summer’s riots which is now performing at The Dukes. Jack Hatha...

All the World's A Stage for Shakespeare performers

Snippets of Shakespeare performed by men and directed by a woman will be presented in Lancaster next month. All the World’s A Stage will feature ...

Snap, Crackle & Pop at the Dukes

It won’t just be the fireworks making a noise in Lancaster this coming Bonfire Night. Just before Lancaster’s Fireworks Spectacular kicks off, ...

Last Orders for Two at The Dukes

There’s just a few nights left before the doors of Lancaster’s most temporary bar – close for good. The Jim Cartwright modern classic drama â...

Dukes founding director Peter Oyston dies

Picture: Monash University Academy of Performing ArtsWe're sorry to report the passing of Peter Oyston, founding director of The Dukes, who died on...

All the fun of the frocks, courtesy of The Dukes!

A scene from The Dukes 2010 Christmas production of The Snow Queen. Many of the costumes from this show will be in the upcoming sale.The doors of T...

In Review: We are Three Sisters

Northen Broadsides' production of Blake Morrison's new play We are Three Sisters, directed by Barrie Rutter, which focusses on the lives of Charlot...

The Dukes welcomes the original Stig

A great family night out is promised by The Dukes when Stig of the Dump comes to Lancaster on Tuesday 22nd October. The well-loved children’s cla...

'Two' learn bar-keeping ropes in run up to Dukes theatre run

Actors Kieran Buckeridge and Ella Vale behind the bar of Lancaster's Golden Lion Lancaster’s newest landlord and landlady were invited to learn t...

Dukes measures 'The Price of Everything'

   How much is beauty worth and what will people pay for an air guitar on eBay? These urgent questions and others are answered in Th...

Postman's love of Morecambe revealed in new Dukes exhibition

Yacht Club by Richard DavisA postman’s love affair with Morecambe has produced a new photographic exhibition at The Dukes, which runs until 25th ...

The Dukes plays host to Charlie and Lola's 'Bestest Play'

Everyone’s favourite brother and sister off the telly – Charlie and Lola – are bringing their magical stage show to The Dukes, Lancaster. Cha...

Under Morecambe Skies exhibition set to reveal the town's hidden chaos?

"Under Morecambe Skies" is a new photographic exhibition by Lancaster photographer Richard Davis which opens in the Dukes Gallery, Lancaster next F...

Dukes says goodbye to 'sparkling' Merlin

Alsas! Alack! There’s just a few days to go before Merlin the wizard casts his final spell over Williamson Park in Lancaster. The Dukes very succ...

Dukes is "Top of the Ops"!

Glyndebourne Festival 2011 in Cinemas from Glyndebourne on Vimeo. Top opera comes to Lancaster this August – courtesy of The Dukes. Glyndebourne ...

Anniversary art marks 25 years of Dukes 'Plays in the Park'

The cast of A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1987 by Matt WordenSome of the most striking images from 25 years of Dukes plays in the park have provided t...

Protests at Lancaster's Miss England Beauty Contest - Stopping the traffic?

When NLP hypnotherapist Mark Darlington organised a beauty pageant for for young, single women without children in Lancaster, he picked the wrong t...

In Review: The Price

At the end of his script of The Price, Arthur Miller unusually includes a Production Note: “A fine balance of sympathy should be maintained in th...

Dukes Seek Twelve Lancastrians for Knightly Feats

The Dukes is offering 12 men the rare chance to be part of the UK’s biggest outdoor walkabout theatre event. A dozen men are needed to appear, wi...

Spend a little time with Little Voice

The Dukes is celebrating the birth of a star in Rebecca Hutchinson, who plays the lead role she plays in their current show The Rise and Fall of Li...

litfest, Storey Gallery and folly lose Arts Council funding

Lancaster's long-running litfest, the Storey Gallery, the digital arts organisation Folly and LUDUS Dance are among the high profile victims of cut...

Frankenstein stalks The Dukes...

If you've tried and failed to get tickets for Danny Boyle's hugely popular version of Frankenstein at the National Theatre, then The Dukes has the ...

In Review: Children of Killers

While many of those of us in Europe may think of genocide in Rwanda as something that was over and done with 16 years ago, put to rest with the ass...

Beaumont Dance Company show to debut at Dukes DT3

A dance company formed by students at the Skerton-based Beaumont College for young people with physical and learning disabilities will perform inde...

International Women's Day Exhibition Needs Your Pictures

Tuesday 8 March is International Women’s Day (IWD), and the Lancaster group organising the celebrations would like your photos of women who have ...

Made in Lancaster launched to boost local arts

Made in Lancaster is a new networking group offering support, feedback and development opportunities to local arts practitioners wanting to produce...

Bay inspires artists at The Dukes

Five local artists inspired by the landscape of Morecambe Bay exhibit their work at The Dukes gallery from 10th January. Quicksands is an exhibitio...

Theatre, dance and comedy a-plenty coming to The Dukes

New drama set on Morecambe Bay, a heart-warming musical play, and the 25th anniversary of its outdoor shows in Lancaster’s Williamson Park are hi...

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