We hope that you can find the information that you need throughout our website, below are some of the most commonly asked questions.
How do I book tickets?
You can book tickets online 24 hours a day or by calling our Box Office on 028 9038 1081
Can I exchange my tickets or get a refund?
For details of our exchange and refund policies please see our Terms and Conditions.
How do I find out the running time of a performance?
We usually don’t know the exact running time of a show until previews or opening night. After this you can find the information on the show pages of the relevant production in the What’s On section. About a week before the show opens you can speak to the Box Office who should be able to give you an approximate running time.
Can I buy a programme for a past production?
Yes! Drop us a line and we’ll have a look through the archives to see if we have one available.
Can I use photographs or other images from a Lyric Theatre production?
Most of the images and photography that we use in the publicity for our shows are only available for us to use for our own marketing materials. If you have a query about using a photograph or image please email email@example.com and we will try and assist you.
I am a photographer and would like to work with the Lyric.
We work closely with a small number of photographers and often specific photographers are used at the request of a director. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a link to your website and if your work is relevant we will keep your details on file for future use.
Have you got any current vacancies?
All vacancies for permanent staff, as well as part time front of house and bar work are advertised on the jobs section of our website.
Can I do a Work Placement at the Lyric?
The Lyric are currently reviewing our student placement policy. Any available placements will be advertised in the jobs section of our website.
Do you run a Youth Theatre scheme or theatre schemes for young people?
Our award winning Creative Learning department run a number of projects and initiatives to open up our work to young audiences. These range from school workshops and residencies to weekly drama classes. Find out more about the range of workshops and training programmes on our Creative Learning pages here.
Do you accept scripts?
The Lyric does not have a in-house literary department and subsequently we are unable to read unsolicited scripts.
How can I support the Lyric?
As a registered charity, fundraising is vitally important for us. You can support the Lyric by making a donation online or over the phone.
Full details of supporting the Lyric can be found on the Support the Lyric page within Get Involved.