The Livery Theatre
In the interests of protecting our members and our audience during the pandemic, the Board of Directors of Goderich Little Theatre has decided to postpone the 2020-2021 season of plays and our Film Fest series of films until the following year. Regular season shows which would have been presented this year will be presented in the same order for the 2021-2022 Season. We are exploring alternative projects for the interim. Stay tuned!
We want to thank our dedicated volunteers, members, patrons and sponsors for their ongoing support. We wouldn’t exist without our amazing community and we look forward to the day we can all gather together again.
Due to the circumstances we are facing with Covid-19, and with concern for the health and safety of our patrons, staff and volunteers, The Livery Theatre continues to be closed to the public at the present time. Obviously the loss of ticket revenue will have a significant impact on GLT operations and maintenance of the Livery Theatre. Any donations in lieu of ticket sales are greatly appreciated. Tax receipts will be issued upon donation (at year end). If you would like to make a donation, please click on the "Donate" button below.
If you have any questions, please contact Cara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your continuing patience and cooperation. Your support has always been of the upmost importance to our organization.
It continues to be so, now, more than ever.
Keep well and keep safe.
Beginning To See The Light
Beginning at 8:00pm April 23rd
Beginning To See The Light, an engaging one act comedy, written and directed by
Warren Robinson, featuring Erin Marshall, Shannon Pitre and the voice of Mike Dalton.
It is available below, on our Facebook page or on Youtube ( Beginning to See The Light - the Livery).
The link will remain open so that you can see the play at your convenience.
If you enjoy the play, please consider at donation to the Goderich Little Theatre.
About the Livery
Welcome to the Goderich Little Theatre, the non-profit community group which owns the historic Livery Theatre. The GLT has operated the Livery since 1983 as the community’s Arts Centre and has met with much success in the years since.
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