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Lichfield Garrick has bought new life to the cultural side of Lichfield's heritage. Boasting Lichfield's Tourist Information Centre, an auditorium of 480 seats, a 140 seat studio theatre and a diverse programme of events from theatre to music, dance to visual arts. With conference facilities, bar and cafe, at Lichfield Garrick there really is something for everyone!
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