Marine Theatre

 Marine Theatre DT7 3QA Lyme Regis (Dorset) Map
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Number of guests 20 to 330
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About  Marine Theatre

The Marine Theatre is a quirky and unpretentious wedding reception venue surrounded by 95 miles of truly stunning Jurassic coastline. It boasts magnificent sea views from the bar balcony over Lyme Bay. The theatre provides the ideal setting for a beautiful wedding reception in a relaxed environment where both you and your guests will be able to enjoy your special day.

Facilities and Capacity

There are a wide variety of different facilities for you and your guests to enjoy at your will. On the ground floor, the auditorium has ample space to seat your wedding guests for dinner. These facilities have a capacity for up to 220 seated, 124 eating, and 330 standing guests.

Services Offered

The team will happily to talk through all the different options with you. Their wedding venue hire includes:

  • Hire of the venue on the wedding day (9 A.M.—1 A.M. ) including auditorium, stage, foyer, dressing rooms, two bars, and exterior forecourt
  • Access to decorate the theatre the day before (12—5 P.M.)
  • Access the day after (9 A.M.—12 noon)
  • Exclusive use of the fully staffed bar on the day
  • A professional theatre technician to support throughout the wedding and reception (theatre lighting design and rig, sound, and technical set-up)
  • Use of theatre equipment (chairs, tables, lighting, PA system, microphone, projector and screens, fairy lights, mirror ball, and more)
  • A wedding consultation
  • Wine-tasting for welcome drinks and Wedding Breakfast
  • Guests From 20 to 330

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