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Ilkley Playhouse

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Ilkley Playhouse

Ilkley Playhouse is a live theatre in

  • Ilkley Playhouse

External links

  1. ^ "Stage is set for Ilkley Playhouse's future success". Ilkley Gazette. 2009-04-28. Retrieved 2009-06-21. 


The Ilkley Playhouse also runs Greenroom classes for younger students who annually perform their own production.

Ilkley Playhouse is dedicated to the presentation of live amateur theatre and other arts activities within the community and welcomes members and visitors to a season of eight main-house and two studio productions per annum, plus many other events including touring productions and special events. It also hosts community arts events such as the Ilkley Film Society and the Ilkley Literature Festival. Ilkley Players Ltd is a member of the Little Theatre Guild of Great Britain. (LTG)


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