Despite tough economic times, Lancaster businesses are rallying round to support Light Up Lancaster (LUL). Organisers of the free, family festival, which runs for 3 nights from the 2nd – 4th November, have been inundated with local businesses stepping up to help in any way they can to make this year’s light festival a huge success.
Light Up Lancaster returns to mesmerise crowds once more, on a journey through the city’s squares and enchanting alleyways, creating an immersive world of light art installations and captivating performances of music, art, and dance. Due to its popularity, the
The Dukes is seeking a new Chief Executive to lead our next chapter. As Lancashire’s leading centre for live performance, film and creative engagement, the Dukes has a reputation as an inclusive, creative space in the heart of Lancaster’s city
LAP members King Street Arts were featured in a new podcast yesterday on the Morecambe Bay Podcast channel. In the podcast episode “Hidden Depths”, interviewer Nigel Thompson spoke to gallery co-director Roy Smith and Heysham-based poet John Hindle, about their current exhibition, which features paintings by Silverdale artist John Baldwin and poems inspired by the paintings by John Hindle.
The Dukes announce a new Autumn Season full of Drama, Comedy, Dance, Family Theatre, Cinema and More! The Dukes are committed to bringing the best of the best in theatre and cinema and this season is no different. With a