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The Classic Rock Show at Crewe Lyceum Theatre

The Classic Rock Show tour dates and tickets
The Classic Rock Show is an annual tour that sees some of the UK's best musicians performing some of the world's most popular rock tracks live.

The Classic Rock Show will be performing 1 event in Crewe on Sunday 5th March 2023 at the Lyceum Theatre.

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The Classic Rock Show in Crewe - Ticket Options

Sun Mar 5 2023 Crewe, UK UK
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The Classic Rock Show 2023
Crewe, Crewe Lyceum Theatre
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£38.75
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The Classic Rock Show
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.