Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Posted on Sep 24, 2014

The Garrick has a long and illustrious history from its initial stirrings in November 1913 through to the major redevelopment completed in 1999. Those who are interested in a more complete account than is presented here may wish to purchase a copy of The Flame Still Burns, the story of Altrincham Garrick Playhouse compiled by a true Garrick stalwart, the late Pamela Knox.

Copies are still available from the theatre (at the give-away price of ONE pound only) and cover the tale from its inception to the 1992/93 season.

Access

There are three disabled parking spaces to the left of the Theatre entrance. Please display permits at all times and only use these spaces if you have a currant permit. Wheelchair spaces are available in the Auditorium and there are toilets and a lift for disabled patrons. The main auditorium can accommadate 6 wheelchairs and the Lauriston 4 wheelchairs.

We do require advanced booking for Wheelchair spaces and please tell our Box Office if you have any special requirements when booking. There is also a loop system for patrons

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Andrew Lim

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