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New shows added in the last few weeks:

The Light Burns Blue - Chorley Youth Theatre's January play is now on sale. Friday 15th January, 7.30pm and Saturday 16th January, 2.30pm & 7.30pm

Robert Newman - a new show from the star of The Mary Whitehouse Experience (29th January)

DP & The Spectaculars - vintage music from the rockabilly band (6th February)

Gein's Family Giftshop - dark sketch comedy from the award-winning group. Buy one get one free before 31st December

An Audience With Allan Beswick - an evening with the BBC Radio favourite (29th May)

Branagh Theatre: Romeo & Juliet - our screening on 17th July goes on sale 26th November

The Swing Commanders return next year on 6th November. On sale now!



Rob Beckett

Justin Moorhouse

Jeremy Hardy

Romesh Ranganathan


The Houghton Weavers



Just single seats remain for the week. The exact amount changes daily so please call Malcolm's Musicland 01257 264362 for availability. At this time, there are no seats sat together, and we only have a couple of seats (at most) for any performance.

Malcolm's Musicland is currently closed for the holidays so to book tickets we're opening up the Theatre box office on the following times:

Friday 7th August - 11am - 1pm

Saturday 8th August - 11am - 1pm

Monday 10th August - 11am - 1pm

Plus of course you can always book online 24/7.

22nd October - shows recently added, and sales updates


Fur Coat And No Knickers




Friday 11th December - 7.30pm - A SINGLE SEAT AVAILABLE
Saturday 12th December - 2.30pm - SINGLE SEATS AVAILABLE
Saturday 12th December - 7.30pm - VERY LIMITED
Sunday 13th December - Noon - VERY LIMITED
Sunday 13th December - 4pm - VERY LIMITED
Monday 14th December - No Performance
Tuesday 15th December - 7.30pm - AVAILABLE
Wednesday 16th December - 7.30pm - LIMITED
Thursday 17th December - 7.30pm - AVAILABLE
Friday 18th December - 7.30pm - AVAILABLE
Saturday 19th December - 2.30pm - SINGLE SEATS AVAILABLE
Saturday 19th December - 7.30pm - VERY LIMITED



The Dressing Room - Just a few tickets remain for the Tuesday and Wednesday evenings, so we've added a Matinee on the Wednesday

Mark Watson - Mark returns with a brand-new show on 19th May. SeeTickets allocation is low, but still plenty at WeGotTickets or Malcolms

Jenny Eclair - after selling out in October, Jenny returns with the same show on 1st April

Manfords Comedy Clubs - the September show sold out, but there's plenty for the October one. Book now! 2016 dates on sale now

Chris Ramsey - About 10 tickets remain for 7pm, still about 30 for 9.30pm

Almost sold out! Romesh Ranganathan - Tuesday 17th May

Just Added! Alun Cochrane - Sunday 13th March

Just Added! Simon Evans - Saturday 9th April

Just Added! Mark Steel - Wednesday 9th March

Justin Moorhouse - Sold Out

Rob Beckett - Sold Out



Of Mice And Men - Wednesday 23rd December (7pm)

Branagh Theatre: The Winter's Tale - Thursday 24th December (2pm)

Jane Eyre - Wednesday 30th December (7pm)

Les Liaisons Dangereuse - Thursday 28th January (7pm)

As You Like It - Sunday 28th February (7pm)

Hamlet - Wednesday 8th June (7pm)



Minions is our family half-term film. All tickets £3


Chorley Amateur Dramatic and Operatic Society (CADOS) have launched their new season of plays, which presents a selection of plays all by writers born in the North of England.

The “Northern Lights” season, which starts in September, comes on the back of one of the Society’s most successful seasons ever.

Chairman Ian Robinson said, “The last CADOS season sold nearly 9000 tickets, which is the most for at least a decade and possibly further back. It’s a lot of hard work so we’d like to thank everyone for coming to our productions, and hope people continue to support us – we’ve got a great lineup coming soon.”

The Season opens on 7th September with Willy Russell’s popular play Educating Rita, about a working-class girl who goes to University and her relationship with her tutor there.

CADOS Artistic Director Mark Jones said “Amazingly, we’re never performed this great comedy before so it’s a great way to start the run.”

“We came up with the theme and invited directors to take on the productions, so I’m delighted with the response. CADOS shows are the heart of the theatre so our job and passion its to make sure that it’s beats stronger than ever.”

October’s play is stag-night comedy Fur Coat And No Knickers by Mike Harding, and December’s Pantomime is an all-new version of Aladdin full of family fun.

In February it’s the classic tale of a daydreamer, Billy Liar, then in April the Alan Bennett play Habeas Corpus is full of comic misunderstandings and mistaken identity.

The season rounds off with Mark Jones’ specially-commissioned Pals, all about the Chorley soldiers at war one hundred years ago.

In addition to all this there’s a modern-day musical version of Pride & Prejudice in May, entitled I Love You Because, which is not part of the regular season.

Tickets for all these shows are on sale now from Malcolm’s Musicland 01257 264362. More details and online booking is available via the links on this page.

Book for an entire Season! For just £39 (saving up to £11) you can get ticket for all the shows. Simply pay via the button below and let us know your preferred date and seat (we'll do our best to get you as near to those choices as possible)