The Lyceum Theatre in Sheffield was built in 1897 and has a 1068 seat capacity. It is the only surviving theatre outside of London designed by W. G. R. Sprauge, the famous theatre architect. It has had a somewhat interesting and turbulent history in that it was closed and almost demolished in 1966 and has changed ownership numerous times over the years, turning into a bingo hall in 1968. Nowadays though, it has reclaimed its stature and holds Sheffields Annual Christmas Pantomime yearly once more, having had the likes of famous faces such as Morcambe and Wise grace the stage in the past. It falls under the ownership of Sheffield Theatres alongside The Crucible Theatre and The Studio Theatre, all highly regarded and popular with theatre-goers within the Sheffield area and much further out too. If you do want to see a show – and there is a fast turnaround so make sure you book for the show you’ve been meaning to see before the run us up - then why not go for something to eat too? The nearest restaurant to Lyceum Theatre is Piccolino situated in Millennium Square, serving excellent quality Italian cuisine. There is also Platillo’s, offering Spanish Tapas, as well as Sakushi for a Japanese experience. We’ve listed the restaurants nearby Lyceum Theatre within a 15 mile radius so you can plan your evening accordingly. You’re welcome to book free through us too so you can have an enjoyable night without worrying about making arrangements and having to rush to get to the Lyceum Theatre or to your meal. Whether you’re going for a romantic meal for two then on to a sophisticated play or a pantomime with the family that requires a lot of simple dishes and a big enough table to fit everyone in, you’re sure to find something that fits the bill on our website.