Pictures from 'Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead', 'The Country Wife', 'The Deep Blue Sea' 'Kissing Sid James' and 'The Dumb Waiter'

Leeds Arts Centre is a prestigious amateur theatre group which presents a wide variety of plays at the Carriageworks Theatre on Millennium Square in Leeds.

We offer opportunities to all who are interested in becoming involved with any aspect of drama, including acting, directing, stage management, props, designing, costumes, lighting, sound, publicity and front of house.

The Flint Street Nativity
by Tim Firthdirected by Ben Hopwood
Wednesday 7th – Saturday 10th November 2018
Upstairs @ The Carriageworks

Mizzis Horrocks’ class of seven year olds is about to perform their nativity play at Flint Street Junior School for the proud mums and dads – and the occasional social worker.

Squabbles arise when Gabriel wants to play Mary, the Star grumbles that he’s not a proper star like they have at NASA, Herod won’t stop waving to his mum and dad, and the subversive Innkeeper is determined to liven up the traditional script.

And then the class pet escapes...

Tickets are on sale, available from the City Centre Box Office in the Town Hall and, before performances, from the Carriageworks Box Office in the Electric Press building on Millennium Square. Please call in person, or telephone 0113 376 0318. You can also book your tickets online.
Guild Awards ’18

The @LeedsCAN Guild Awards 2018 were on September 1st, and LAC had 11 nominations from our 2017-18 season – well done to our three winners, and to all of our nominees!

Best Female Supporting Performance (in a dramatic production)

Best Male Supporting Performance (Audrey Raynor trophy for a dramatic production)

Best Female Performance (in a dramatic production)

Commitment in a Non-Acting Role (Freda McHale trophy)

  • Jenny Carter & Zoë Freedman

Outstanding Service Award

  • Mary NelsonWinner

Best Visual Presentation (Sybil Jenkins trophy)

Best Play (Pearl Baxter Rose Bowl)