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    Designed by WGR Sprague, the Lyceum Theatre originally opened in 1897. A traditional proscenium arch theatre, this 1068-seat listed building is Sprague's only surviving design outside London. Following its closure in 1968, the Lyceum endured spells as – among other things – a bingo hall and a rock venue before undergoing a £12 million renovation and reopening as a Number One Touring Venue in 1991.

    The Lyceum is the main receiving venue for touring productions in the Sheffield Theatres complex.
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    Norfolk Street
    S1 1DA
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Members of Mandy who have worked for Lyceum