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The Grand Theatre was designed by Frank Matcham in 1894. This amazing space is a wonder of restoration and revival, presenting a full range of every performing artform, as Blackpool's community theatre, and Lancashire's preferred opera house.
We enjoyed a fabulous show "Illegal Eagles" at this wonderful old theatre 14th April Seating is so comfortable and all the theatre staff are so kind and helpful Such a pleasure to be in these mystical surroundings
The Verdict a court room battle between a hospital run by a Catholic church and a alcoholic lawyer who refuses to accept a pay out and goes into a courtroom battle. It was only at the Grand for about a week but is all over...More
wow this show was just wonderful, it was a mixture of comedy and music and it was really great, bev bevan from the move, black sabbath and ofcourse ELO the lead singer of the Rocking Berries, and others which were super, they did music from...More
Just fantastic , really the best time i have had in years , anyone who has the chance to see Barry Steele and friends should book straight away.
Close your eyes and Roy Orbison is there , open them and he even has the look...More
It was the first time I had stepped into a theatre for 40 years.
It was certainly grand, with velvet curtains and the ornate corniches, ceiling paintings and mouldings, there was lots of brass fittings and plush decorations. The play itself was very funny and...More
A thoroughly enjoyable performance of the fantastic Abigail's Party.
Very comfortable and well run theatre too.
The actors / actresses were so well cast in their roles it pretty well outperformed the TV version despite me being a huge Alison Steadman fan.
Maybe this play...More
It is commendable that a sign language interpreter was operating prominently on stage during ‘The Lady Vanishes’. Unfortunately a spotlight was directed on the interpreter which resulted in a large moving silhouette being projected against the backdrop scenery throughout the performance. This distracted attention from...More
Visited the Grand theatre on 2nd Mar 2019 to see Romeo and Juliet and wished I had read the small print as I would have avoided this production like the plague. The RSC should not be a testing ground for modern adaptations. Their role is...More