Designed by WGR Sprague, the Lyceum Theatre originally opened in 1897. A traditional proscenium arch theatre, this 1068-seat listed building is Sprague's only surviving design outside London. Following its closure in 1968, the Lyceum underwent a £12 million renovation and reopened in 1991. The Lyceum is the main receiving venue for touring productions in the Sheffield Theatres complex. It comprises of a diverse programme comprising opera, ballet, contemporary dance and West End hits as well as our own productions The Lyceum theatre has three bars and provides light snacks.
Please see the website www.sheffieldtheatres.co.uk for ticket prices and discounts.
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From the M1 exit at junction 33 and take the A630/A57 Parkway signposted Sheffield City Centre. When Park Square roundabout is reached, take the fourth exit (Commercial Street) signposted Theatres/Galleries. Continue up the hill and bear left on to Arundel Gate. Q Park Charles Street is our associated car park.
Sheffield Theatres are now working partnership with Q Park at Charles Street to offer our audiences cheaper and safer parking. Click here for Car Park directions and information.
Those wishing to travel to the theatre by car will benefit from discounted parking from Q-Park for both matinee and evening performances.
Discount vouchers are available from the box office and will also be sent out with tickets purchased in advance or at box office.
Train and Coach
Sheffield is well connected by train and coach. The Theatre is 5-10 minutes walk from the train station and the coach station nearby. Leave the train station, cross the road and walk straight up Howard Street, by Sheffield Hallam University. The Millennium Galleries are at the top of the hill. Walk up the obvious ramp to the right of the gallery entrance and continue along Surrey Street until Tudor Square and the theatres appear on your right.
Bus and Tram
The nearest bus stops are on Arundel Gate (50m) and High Street (300m). There are two Supertram Stops in close proximity to the Theatres; Castle Square and Cathedral (400 m).
Drop Off Point
A drop off point for customers with access difficulties is available on Tudor square and allows direct access to both Crucible and Lyceum buildings. Entrance to the drop off point is via Surrey Street and is available from 1 ½ hours before the performance.
There are eight disabled parking spaces available on Surrey Street outside the library and a further two on Norfolk Street. These are unreserved and operate on a first come, first served basis. Alternatively, Orange/Blue badge holders can park on single yellow lines (or double yellow lines, providing they are not causing an obstruction). There are 2 levels of access spaces in the Q-Park car park on Charles Street.
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