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.

Little Women
by Peter Clapham, adapted from the novel by Louisa May Alcottdirected by Zöe Freedman
7.15pm • Thursday 13th – Saturday 15th February 2020
The Carriageworks Main Space

Adapted from the classic novel, based on the writer’s own family and experiences, Little Women tells the story of the March sisters Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy: four very different young women growing up in Civil War America.

With their Father away at war, they and their ‘Marmee’ must make their own living. We see Meg fall in love, Jo battle social norms of the time, Beth become more confident through her love of music and Amy learn to be less spoiled and more considerate. Each sister has her own character traits to whom most of us can relate, as they grow to find their way in the world.

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 ’19

The @LeedsCAN Guild Awards 2019 took place place on September 21st, and LAC had 16 nominations from our 2018-19 season – well done to all of our nominees, and to the six winners!

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)

Best Male Performance (Sherry Waites trophy for a dramatic production)

Chris Fox Comedy Award

Best Poster Design (Civic Theatre trophy)

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

  • Jenny Carter – Winner

Sue Elliott Award for Outstanding Service

  • Martin Key – Winner
After Midnight – Before Dawn
After Midnight – Before Dawn
Top Girls
Top Girls
Sense and Sensibility
Sense and Sensibility
Comic Potential
Comic Potential