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Mansfield Palace Theatre

The Palace Theatre began life as the Palace Electric Theatre and opened on Tuesday 13th December, 1910. Described as "the last word in electric theatre... refinement and novelty", it was a palace fit for a king. The Palace Electric Theatre was the town's first purpose built cinema, showing at first only silent films. Admission was at the popular prices of 3d Lower Pit, 4d Pit, 6d Pit Stalls and 1s for the Grand Circle. In 1949 the cinema was closed and the stage was enlarged to accommodate live shows. As a variety house the Palace attracted many famous names including...


Marine Theatre

The Marine Theatre is a 120 year old theatre on the sea front of Lyme Regis Dorset. The theatre hosts over 200 shows and events each year and welcomes over 20,000 visitors from the region and from all over the country.


Memo Arts Centre

The Memo is the largest multi-arts centre with a 4K digital cinema in the Vale of Glamorgan. As an independent, charitable incorporated organisation (CIO), we use our earned income to develope the venue, and support our extensive programme. We are a crucial hub for the local community and those living beyond. We celebrate being known as a friendly, accessible place, where our users come to work, celebrate, produce, engage and participate. The Memo manages and presents professional touring theatre companies, live music, cinema, dance, comedy, pantomime, theatre-in-education,...


Menier Chocolate Factory

The Menier Chocolate Factory opened in January 2004 and since then has received numerous awards including Olivier, Tony and Evening Standard Awards. Throughout its history the building has been inspired by both individuality and the pursuit of quality. Built in 1870 to house a chocolate factory, this historical building has now been converted into an arts complex which includes a gallery, restaurant and theatre. Having maintained the original exposed wooden beams, unusual cast iron columns and an amazing brick feature interior, the Chocolate Factory is a unique space to experience...


Mercury Theatre

The Mercury Theatre Colchester is the most active producing theatre in East Anglia, and is a vital centre of excellence in the east’s growing creative economy. Rooted in its local community the theatre touches over 130,000 people in Colchester and the surrounding area each year through the vibrant and broad programme we stage across two auditoria, and through community education partnerships. Under the Made in Colchester brand, the Mercury creates theatre which reaches audiences and generates critical attention regionally and nationally. The Mercury is a champion of regional...


Millfield Theatre

Millfield Theatre sits in the beautiful parkland setting of Millfield House in Edmonton, North London – forming part of the Millfield Arts Centre. The theatre is owned, managed and funded by the London Borough of Enfield authority. It has brought an eclectic programme of shows, classes and workshops to the diverse local community since its opening in 1988. The venue is recognised in North London (and beyond) as a cultural hub which provides high-quality entertainment. The theatre’s reputation led to a significant refurbishment, which included the addition of a new café bar,...


Milton Keynes Theatre

As you may know, Milton Keynes has been heralded the UK’s newest and most dynamic city due to its growing population of more than 227,800 people and 10,000 businesses. And at the heart of this is Milton Keynes Theatre - a theatre and entertainment centre of excellence in the region, managed by the Ambassador Theatre Group. Opening on 4 October 1999, after a 25 year campaign to get a new theatre built, the 1400 seat auditorium, with its fully retracting ceiling that provides a more intimate viewing experience, makes every visit memorable. And let’s not forget the shows themselves....


Mull Theatre

The producing company, Mull Theatre, has taken more than 40 major projects to more than 300 venues – from Shetland, through Orkney, on almost every island off the west coast, down every highway and byway, on isolated peninsulas and in secluded glens, in almost every local authority area in Scotland, in almost every town or village which has ever had live theatre, in almost every small, medium or large theatre in almost every town or city in the land, from the Royal Lyceum and the Citizens to the schoolroom on the Isle of Muck. Mull Theatre’s productions have appeared at all...


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