News & Updates
Concerts and Shows News & Updates

Lichfield Garrick has been awarded £279,446 as part of the Government’s £1.57 billion Culture Recovery Fund (CRF) to help face the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and to ensure they have a sustainable future, the Culture Secretary has announced today.
As it is announced that the curtain will rise on live entertainment at the Lichfield Garrick in November, former members of Bucks Fizz Cheryl Baker, Mike Nolan and Jay Aston say they are pleased to be among the first artists to perform at the COVID-secure venue.
Lichfield Garrick Theatre is again working with businesses to help families who are suffering bereavement, illness, or trauma attend its socially-distanced pantomime this Christmas. Sponsored family tickets will be distributed to deserving people by local charities.
Live music in the centre of Shrewsbury has been declared an outstanding success, with the scheme being extended into September.
September sees the return of Event Cinema here in Lichfield with 'live' shows following in November.
In recent years Lichfield Cathedral has provided people from across the region, the UK and overseas with an exciting and creative programme of events, art installations and interactive exhibitions.
Lichfield Garrick will set sail to Neverland with the swashbuckling Pantomime adventure, Peter Pan, later this year. In advance of the performance, Lichfield Garrick is searching for young local performers to join the lost boys, on their adventures in the magical world, Neverland
What's on in Lichfield?
What's on in Lichfield?
As you know most events in the City have been postponed we will endeavour to keep you up to date with what's coming up later in the year as we receive the notifications. If you are a local charity and would like us to feature your upcoming event in the future just get in touch. 01543 406160.
The full line up for this year’s Shrewsbury International Comedy Festival (SICFest) has been announced, with a host of new faces plus returning favourites to keep the county town amused.
Fans of Reggae, Led Zeppelin and live jazz from some leading names on the national circuit will have reasons to be cheerful when they see what Lichfield Arts have to offer in February 2020.
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