Bolton Library Theatre

Kristy Stott, Theatre Editor
Bolton Library Theatre
Bolton Art Gallery, Library and Museum.

Bolton Library Theatre is situated inside Bolton Museum, a public museum and art gallery, which is owned by Bolton Metropolitan Borough Council.

The museum collections include natural history, archaeology, art, local history and one of Britain’s oldest public aquariums. These are housed, together with Bolton Central Library, in one end of the Bolton Civic Centre, designed by, local architects, Bradshaw Gass & Hope and opened in 1939.

Bolton Library and Museum, Le Mans CrescentBoltonBL1 1SE View map
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What's on near Bolton Library Theatre

Seeing Things Poster Front
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Seeing Things at The Edge

‘Seeing Things’ at The Edge in Wigan, gathers the work of nine local artists in an effort to bring art and related activities closer to the community.

free entry
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Jo Lathwood: Making Up at The Lowry

‘Jo Lathwood: Making Up’ at the Lowry puts the ethos of sustainability through reuse and redistribution into practice with a brand new site-specific installation.

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Aakash Odedra - Mehek at The Lowry
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Aakash Odedra – Mehek at The Lowry

An enchanting exploration of the human heart masterfully danced by Aakash Odedra and Aditi Mangaldas, the great South Asian dancers of their respective generations.

from £16.50

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