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run. Tickets can be purchased from next Friday, December 13.
Meanwhile, dark comic thriller The Winterling will show in The Studio.
Next year's Theatre by the Lake season highlights
Meanwhile, the favourite festival for literature enthusiasts, Words by the Water, is due to begin in March.
Not About Heroes will act as the theatre contribution to the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. After performing at the Studio the production will tour through rural venues in Cumbria.
In spring, the theatre will host a huge variety of visiting companies, including the return of The Reduced Shakespeare Company, Opera Della Luna with The Mikado and Keswick Amateur Operatic Society with Singin in the Rain.
Theatre by the Lake own Film Festival will start in February. This will be followed by Jennings Keswick Jazz Festival and the popular Mountain Festival in May.
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Theatre bosses hope to end on a high with plans to roll an ambitious Christmas production of Peter Pan, which will include flying.
Theatre organisers have got plans penned in for the year, with The theatre summer season of six plays scheduled.
Booking for spring events from January to May opens to the public on Thursday, 2 January.
This will start with the comic farce Rookery Nook, by Ben Traver, followed by an adaptation of Bram Stoker chilling classic Dracula by Scottish playwright and poet Liz Lochhead.
Artistic director Ian Forrest announced they would be staging a range, from their own Shakespeare play to the world premiere of a new, warm hearted comedy.
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Followed by this will be a world premiere of Seeing the Lights, a play commissioned by Theatre by the Lake from Lancashire born playwright Brendan Murray.
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Last to show in the Main House will be The Comedy of Errors, the theatre first production of a Shakespeare play since A Midsummer Night Dream in 2009.
The summer season will finish with Old Times, English playwright Harold Pinter masterpiece.
Theatre by the Lake in Keswick will start 2014 with Brien Friel multi award winning play Dancing at Lughnasa, before launching into a host of dramatic spectacles.
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