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Our First Lowry

Free and discounted theatre tickets for Salford families

Do you have children under the age of 5? Never been to a theatre performance at The Lowry as a family before? Do you live in Salford? Our First Lowry is for you!

Our First Lowry is designed to offer Salford families the chance to try coming to the theatre together for the first time. Membership lasts for one year, and you’ll be invited to three different family shows over the year. Tickets for your first two shows will be free, the third at a very discounted price.

Our First Lowry Applications

Please fill out the form below to register.

  • Please include the ages of all children in the group. Please note, there will be a max of 5 tickets per booking.

Terms & Conditions

To be eligible for the scheme, you must be resident in the city of Salford, and have never booked for a children’s show at The Lowry before.

  • Free and discounted tickets are subject to availability, will only be available on the specified performance dates, and are not transferable.
  • A maximum of five free tickets for each OFL performance are available per member.
  • Tickets will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

All communication will be sent by email – please ensure you provides us with your email address.

By signing up to Our First Lowry, you will automatically become a member of Our Lowry, a separate membership scheme open to all Salford residents, and will receive offers to shows at The Lowry be text or email.

The Lowry is committed to protecting the privacy of our customers and suppliers in line with our Privacy Policy. You can unsubscribe from emails or texts at any time by following the links included in the messages or by emailing


What Our First Lowry members say

“it’s been such a treat to be able to take my four children to the theatre. Something I could never have done without this scheme”

“Staff were all so friendly, right from coming in to main entrance”

“The show was absolutely brilliant. My son had a great time, kept talking about it and asking to go back and watch it again”