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Jonathan Pie at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

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Jonathan Pie is a comedy character created by Tom Walker, an actor and comedian from England.

Jonathan Pie will be performing 1 event in Crewe on Thursday 29th February 2024 at the Lyceum Theatre.

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Jonathan Pie in Crewe - Ticket Options

Thu Feb 29 2024 Crewe, UK UK
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Jonathan Pie Heroes and Villains
Crewe, Crewe Lyceum Theatre
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Jonathan Pie Heroes and Villains
Crewe, Lyceum Theatre
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Address: Crewe Lyceum Theatre, Heath Street, Crewe, CW1 2DA
Telephone: 01270368242
Venue Capacity: 677
The Lyceum Theatre is an Edwardian age theatre based on Heath Street in Crewe. Built in the late 1800s, it was originally designed as a church, but it seems the gods intervened on that one - a fire would result in the building being rebuilt as a theatre. It has continued to serve locals as a place to watch live performance ever since, and boasts a capacity of 677 seats.