Acting Classes

We have a series of sessions in the calendar for adults who would like to learn more about acting.

 We are partnering with Ludovico Studio and actor Darren Jeffries for The Actor Class.

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Full Circle

Full Circle is a friendly and welcoming group for anyone over 50 who’s interested in trying new things and meeting new people.


Full Circle meet on a fortnightly basis during term time for talks and activities relating to the theatre, the arts and the local area. For more information and to receive a copy of the timetable please contact

Theatre Club

Come along to a show and meet new friends who enjoy theatre as much as you do.

Theatre Club is a group for adults attending the theatre on their own who would enjoy some like-minded company. Each session begins with a stimulating discussion with Coliseum historian and former House Manager David Rustidge before taking your seats to watch the show together. 

Theatre Club comes at no extra cost to your ticket price.


Upcoming Theatre Club Dates

Beryl - Wednesday 18 May, 7.30pm

Before the show David will share a selection of programmes from his collection dating back to the ‘60s.


We Should Definitely Have More Dancing - Wednesday 22 June, 2.30pm

Before the show David will chat about theatre around the world, from early drama in Greek theatres to historic theatre buildings.


Jitney - Wednesday 13 July, 7.30pm

Before the show David will share a special video presentation looking at the ‘Rep’ in 1947/8, including an accidental real-life on-stage stabbing…


To join Theatre Club or to learn more phone Box Office on 0161 624 2829 or email Kyle at 


Theatre Club was established in 2019 as part of the Local Lives project delivered in partnership with Regenda Homes

Community Steering Group

We're looking for theatre goers and participants, artists and people interested in questioning our work to join us as we embark on a new, interesting phase in the Coliseum's development. 

Whilst looking to continually evaluate and evolve our practices as an organisation, we are also in the process of planning a new theatre space in Oldham and have some big questions.


We're looking for a group of 12 people, who live or work in Oldham, to get together and consider themes relating to our programmes, the theatre building, what the theatre means/could mean to you and how we can make our work more inclusive and accessible.

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Roots to Routes

A programme of training and development for people from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds. Roots to Routes offers different levels of support, mentorship and training opportunities for individuals or groups who wish to enter into the performing arts industry, enhance their skills and grow their networks.

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