Lyric Hammersmith

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Hammersmith

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  • Address:

    Lyric Hammersmith Lyric Square, King St
    London
    W6 0QL

  • Venue phone:

    020 8741 6850

  • Venue website:

    www.lyric.co.uk

  • Transport:

    Tube: Hammersmith

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    1. Lyric Hammersmith
      • Lyric Square, King St
        London
        W6 0QL
      • 020 8741 6850
      • www.lyric.co.uk
      • 51.492895,-0.22679

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A Real Fairy Story

Fringe, Drama, Puppetry, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

The story of fairy-catcher Miss Amelia Buttersnap who is desperately trying to photograph one of the little blighters for her scrap book. Ages 3-plus.

A Real Fairy Story

Bugsy Malone

Off-West End, Musicals, Drama

It's time to dust off the trilbys and smooth out the pin stripe suits, Alan Parker's classic musical 'Bugsy Malone' is back in town. It arrives in 2015 in London to open the new Hammersmith Lyric with a bang (or should that be, a custard pie?), marking...

Bugsy Malone
  1. Sat Apr 11 – Sat Aug 1
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £15-£35
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Dotty the Dragon

Off-West End, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

The charming dragon Dotty promises to enchant you in Blunderbus's fairytale adventure. Ages 3-7.

  1. Tue Feb 17 – Sat Feb 21
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £8
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Fireside Tales with Grandad

Off-West End, Puppetry, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

Dear old grandad tells some tall tales in this puppet show from Pickled Image. An escape from a shark, underpants for a giant and greedy goblins should keep the 4-7 year-olds entertained.

Hansel & Gretel

Off-West End, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

Horse + Bamboo stage a version of the old folk tale of the two siblings who outwit a witch with the help of music, film, puppets and masks.

  1. Fri Feb 6 – Sat Feb 7
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £8
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Monkey!

Off-West End, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

A superhero monkey is at the heart of this play from Puppet Craft, with a script written by ex-children's laureate Michael Rosen. Ages 3-7. 

Othello

Off-West End, Drama, Shakespeare

  • Rating: 4/5
  • Critics' choice

With trademark style, theatre company Frantic Assembly breathe brutal new life into Shakespeare’s tale of manipulation, sexual jealousy and murder. First staged in 2008, this exceptionally good production drops ‘Othello’ into a Shane Meadows-esque landscape...

Othello
  1. Mon Jan 26 – Sat Feb 7
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £15-£35. Runs 1hr 40min (no interval)
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Secret Theatre: Grand Finale

Off-West End, Drama

It’s the final big bang of a goodbye for the Lyric Hammersmith's Secret Theatre season and their re-company. Since 2013 artistic director Sean Holmes has steered a young diverse rep company into making some of the most talked about shows of the last two...

  1. Sat Feb 28 – Sun Mar 1
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £15 per show; £75 for the full weekend
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Shoe Kangaroo & the Big Bad Boot

Off-West End, Drama, Kids' theatre, Kids' theatre

An island of lost shoes has a host of weird and wonderful creatures in this piece from Garlic Theatre production. Ages 4-7.

Show 7: A Stab in the Dark

Off-West End, Drama

The final show in the Lyric Hammersmith's season of (not-so) secret theatre is Joel Horwood's British farce 'A Stab in the Dark', set in Afghanistan. This play marks the end of Sean Holmes's 'Secret Theatre' season, run while the theatre was undergoing...

  1. Thu Feb 12 – Tue Feb 24
  2. Lyric Hammersmith
  3. £15
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woo

I was a local of Hammersmith for some years and over the years had cause to visit this Theatre and roof terrace quite a few times. As has been said the childrens activities are varied and numerous. The roof terrace itself, when I lived there in the 80s and 90s was a laid back place where it was nice to go after a hectic shop on the High Street, and just relax for a few moments! I liked it because it was unpretentious and though you were still in central Hammersmith there was a little peace and quiet and its quite large so you can have some privacy!!