Events & Tickets

Throughout the year, Lancaster hosts a wide range of eclectic events; from live performance to festivals, meetings and more!
 

Rae Morris at Lancaster Town Hall 

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Thursday 14th November
7pm
Tickets from £16.50
Please note: Under 14's must be accompanied by an adult.

Highest Point Festival presents Rae Morris 'At The Piano'
After a standout performance at Highest Point Festival in 2018, Rae Morris will return to Lancaster for an intimate performance on Thursday 14th November as part of her ‘At The Piano’ tour. She has already sold out her tour dates for Manchester, London and Glasgow, and will now bring the personal and nostalgic show to Lancaster’s Town Hall. The tour will allow her to reconnect with her favourite instrument and its majestic power.

A Highest Point Festival presentation in association with ITB.

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Dr John Cooper Clarke - The Luckiest Guy Alive Tour 

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Friday 29th November
7.30pm
Tickets from £22.50

In association with Morecambe Fringe Festival, we are delighted to present the legend that is Dr John Cooper Clarke on his new tour - "The Luckiest Guy Alive!"

POET; ROCK STAR; TV & RADIO PRESENTER; COMEDIAN; SOCIAL & CULTURAL COMMENTATOR

John Cooper Clarke shot to prominence in the 1970s as the original ‘people’s poet’. Since then his career has spanned cultures, audiences, art forms and continents.

His latest show, touring across the UK, USA, Canada & Australasia, is a mix of classic verse, extraordinary new material, hilarious ponderings on modern life, good honest gags, riffs and chat - a chance to witness a living legend at the top of this game.

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George Hinchcliffe's Ukulele Orchestra of Great Britain - Christmas Tour 

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Wednesday 4th December
7.30pm
Tickets £26

The original ukulele orchestra, the group that made the Uke cool, the band who gave us uke mania invite you to join them in a little festive frivolity! This holiday season join the Ukulele Orchestra in a little midwinter mischief by playing and singing along to the odd Christmas classic.

"an oversized dose of unexpected hipness" NY Times

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