Platform Reopening

The Platform is hoping to re-open its doors to the public from 25th June should Government restrictions allow. Tickets for shows are on sale now and can be booked online or over the phone by calling 01524 582803. Phone lines are open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 10am-3pm. Please be aware that it is not possible to purchase or collect tickets in person at this time. We thank you again for your support and understanding over the last 12 months and we can’t wait to welcome you back for live performances later this year.

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The Platform

Welcome to the Platform - our unique live entertainment venue situated in a restored Edwardian railway station on Morecambe promenade. Live music, comedy, theatre, children's shows, community events and venue hire.

The Platform Venue

Other ways to buy tickets

  • In person: At our visitor information centres (please check opening times before visiting). Did you know? We are now operating a ‘live’ box office immediately before events at the Platform. So if you’re coming to one of our shows, you can buy tickets to your next shows there and then!
  • Telephone: Credit card bookings can be made in advance on 01524 582803
  • Most major credit and debit cards are welcome, but please note that there is a transaction charge of £1 per booking
  • We also sell small consignments through external ticket retail sites See Tickets and Skiddle.

Access information

Full level access, toilet facilities for wheelchair users, and hearing loop. Guide dogs and registered service dogs are welcome. We appreciate advance notice if customers will be arriving in wheelchairs so that arrangements can be made. A complimentary personal assistant ticket is available to those customers unable to access all Platform facilities independently. You can find all of our access information here .

How to find us

Address: The Platform, Station Buildings, Marine Road Central, Morecambe LA4 4DB (see map below).

The Platform is situated on Morecambe's central promenade, opposite the art deco Midland Hotel.

The Platform location

Last updated: 22 April 2021