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Built in 1825 this Georgian Playhouse Theatre had some success until it closed in 1856 and was converted into a school. The following years saw the building used for a series of other uses but was restored and reopened in 2000 and once again produces top-class performances for Sleaford and the local area.
As one of only two Georgian theatres with a small, rectangular auditorium in Britain, you’re invited to explore its history and see the events on offer.
Find out what’s on and book your tickets here.
|Everyday||2:00 pm - 10:00 pm|
Please see the Sleaford Playhouse website for opening and show times.
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The theatre has access and accessible seating for wheelchair users.
Wheelchair spaces are located in row A (closest to the stage). Due to a limited number of wheelchairs spaces, if you require a wheelchair space, please visit the box office at Animal Magic on Westgate, Sleaford or email [email protected] to book tickets.