The Duke weaves together the tragi-comic fate of a family heirloom – a porcelain figure of The Duke of Wellington, the quandary of a scriptwriter stretching his integrity and an unfolding disaster as thousands of children flee their homes.
Tickets are £8.50 and are available from online.
Set in a home, on a street not too far from your own, They Live Next Door explores the light and the dark of a relationship between two men.
Tickets are £8.50 and are available online.
Alf is a trawler fisherman at the top of his game. But times are changing and so is the industry, will Alf adapt in order to survive?
Tickets are available online
KAYA explores human experiences of displacement, drawing on the strength and resilience of those searching for belonging in a new community.
Tickets are available online.
Five women go camping in a remote mountain range. None return.
A story of comradeship, betrayal and of promises both broken and kept following the carnage of World War One.
Tickets are available online.
In a small house loft, packed in hundreds of cereal boxes, lies the lifetime work of Delia Derbyshire – the unsung genius behind the Doctor Who theme tune and trailblazer of electronic music. Join Noctium as they explore this unique tale of the mother of modern music.
Categories: Music, Drama
Cbeebies Patrick Lynch, brings this classic story to life in a playful and fascinating show.
There will be two performances of the show
Morning show Doors 11am Show 11,30am
Matinee Doors 2pm Show 2.30pm
Tickets £7 & £5 concession
Age recommendation 3+
Victorian Theatre With Bite
New adaptations of nineteenth-century literature's greatest ghost and horror stories to modern-day audiences
Doors 7pm Show 8pm
Tickets £12 & £8 Concession
Available from OFS, Carlisle Old Town Hall & Online
An original story about friendship.
Martha is a rather eccentric independent woman who lives on her own in an odd house on the beach.
School holiday show
Age suitability: 4+
Running time: 55 minutes
Doors 2.30pm Show 3pm
Tickets £7 and £5 Concession
Baroque Theatre Company presents this chilling journey into the disturbing, dark and supernatural imaginings of celebrated children's author Edith Nesbit. (The Railway Children, Five Children and It).
Tickets are £10 (£12 on the door) and are available online, The Old Town Hall and OFS.
School Term Time Special
An enchanting first theatre experience about friendship, the moon and being brave in the dark for 2 – 5 year olds and their families.
Doors 1pm Show 1.30pm
Enjoy an audience with Charles Dickens as he regales his audience with this hitherto-unknown festive tale.
Tickets £10 in advance (£12 on the door)
Meet the little Brave Tin Soldier who stands upon one leg - he wants nothing more than to be loved. Join him on his exciting journey where he meets a whole bunch of colourful characters! This Hans Christian Andersen classic story told by Andy Owens and Amy-Jane Ollies, will enchant audiences of all ages.
Two performances at 10.30am & 1.30pm.
Tickets are £5.00 and are available from OFS, The Old Town Hall & online.
Categories: Drama, Family
Powerful storytelling, captivating puppetry, beautiful design, enchanting music and a sprinkling of magic. Inspired by the touching children’s story by Oscar Wilde
Doors 1.30pm Show 2pm
Tickets £7 & £5 Concession
Be chilled by an evening's eerie entertainment, with this original theatrical anthology of a selection of Poe's finest feats of fear-filled fiction!
Tickets £10 in advance
Avaialble from OFS, Carlisle Old Town & Online
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Northern Songs - An Exhibition in the OFS
Northern Songs is an art exhibition two years in the making that celebrates the current music scene in and around Carlisle, with a particular focus on the day to day life of The Old Fire Station.
Featuring many local bands and musicians
Launch July 7th : 7pm - 10pm
Open to the public July 8th - 29th
Monday - Saturday 10am - 5pm & Sundays 12 - 4pm
(07/07/2018 10:00 - 29/07/2018 16:00)
(21/07/2018 20:00 - 23:00)
(22/07/2018 13:00 - 18:00)
(27/07/2018 20:00 - 23:30)