• Cumbernauld Theatre Trust Seeks New Board Members

    Cumbernauld Theatre Trust is seeking multiple Trustees including a new Chair of the Board. This is an exciting opportunity to shape the future of one of Scotland’s leading producing theatres with a vibrant portfolio of professional in-house and visiting theatre, music, dance, comedy, cinema and community engagement. We are a performing arts charity with an appetite for change and growth and are looking for Trustees who are passionate about theatre and believe in its transformative and empowering potential.

    30 Jan 2023

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  • Feral Arts – Artists in Residency at Lanternhouse

    This week we welcome MHz and collaborator Hannah Finn in residency at Lanternhouse to work on their latest project [dream] ENGINE. This new work, produced by Feral Arts, harnesses the ethereal quality of dreams through immersive AV, somatic sound fields and the art of contortion.

    17 Jan 2023

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  • Opportunity for Young People (14-24)

    Led by Amanda Glover and Fraser Morrison, Operation: LEGACY is a community project, in which young writers, devisors and performers are invited to create a piece of performance work which will be showcased in our Main Auditorium. We will collaborate with a local composer/musician and a movement director to explore the wealth of storytelling possibilities which this topic brings to the table.

    22 Dec 2022

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  • Local voices at the heart of Cumbernauld Theatre’s Spring/Summer 2023 season

    Cumbernauld Theatre at Lanternhouse today announces its 2023 Spring/Summer season, with tickets now on sale for all productions.

    30 Nov 2022

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  • First Look:Treasure Island

    Production images for Treasure Island, our swashbuckling winter show and co-production with Visible Fictions, are released today. Take a sneak peek before our first public show tomorrow!

    28 Nov 2022

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  • First Look: Life of the Party (under 5s Show)

    Our special new festive show for children under 5 will open on 3 December. We’ve got some lovely production shots ahead of the show – take a peek!

    27 Nov 2022

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  • Meet Sal and Al: Life of the Party

    Life of the Party, our brand-new festive show for under 5s, opens in two weeks. Meet the show’s two creators who will also be starring as ‘Sal and Al’!

    18 Nov 2022

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  • Five Facts About Robert Louis Stevenson

    Are you ready to set sail at Lanternhouse this winter? Ahead of our re-imagined telling of Treasure Island, we’ve got some fun facts about Robert Louis Stevenson to share with you! Find out more from writer, Ross McKay.

    17 Nov 2022

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  • Five Facts About Pirates

    Are you ready to set sail at Lanternhouse this winter? Ahead of our re-imagined telling of Treasure Island, we’ve got some fun facts about pirates to share with you! Find out more from writer, Ross McKay.

    10 Nov 2022

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  • Meet the Cast: Treasure island

    Our re-imagined production of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Treasure Island, written by Ross McKay and co-produced with Visible Fictions, will be staged at Lanternhouse from 29 November to 24 December. Meet the four stars of the show.

    7 Nov 2022

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  • Artist callout: WINTER 2022 – MAIN STAGE PRODUCTION
    Cumbernauld Theatre and Visible Fictions are looking to support a daring theatrical idea to be created and presented this festive season on the stage of Lanternhouse, Cumbernauld. The chosen idea will be produced and presented for this coming December, and Visible Fictions will artistically help and support you to deliver it.
    For more information on this opportunity and the application process, please visit our website:

    Cumbernauld Theatre Trust is delighted to announce the opening of Lanternhouse cinema on Saturday, 30 April 2022, bringing the best cinema experiences right to your doorstep! Watch this space for more details or visit our website next week!

    Jack Docherty, the BAFTA award-winning star of BBC's Scot Squad and one of Scotland’s favourite comic performers, is bringing his critically-acclaimed play Nothing But to Lanternhouse on Thursday, 21 April.
    A love letter to Edinburgh, the Fringe and summer rain, Nothing But is a tender, playful, darkly comic tale, where Jack grapples with lost youth, infatuation, fatherhood, sex, secrets and truth. Age guidance: 16 + For more info and tickets please visit our website:…/jack-docherty-nothing-but/

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