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Located right next to the sea in the ancient Dorset town of Lyme Regis, the Marine Theatre is a unique wedding venue with breathtaking views of Lyme Bay and 95 miles of Jurassic coastline, part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The auditorium is a fantastic space for larger weddings, while smaller parties and arrival drinks can be hosted in the balcony bar, which has views along the coast. The stage provides an excellent space for speeches as well as live music, and the auditorium has a wooden semi-sprung floor, ideal for dancing the night away! Technical and lighting assistance for speeches and music is provided. You would also have exclusive use of the venue, which includes two dressing rooms, two bars, an outside forecourt, stage, and backstage areas. 

Discounts are available for out of season and weekday weddings.

Facilities available at Marine Theatre

  • Indoor ceremony areas

    Auditorium: 215 guests (seated) or 325 guests (standing)

    Marine Bar: 25 guests



  • Venue features

    Nearby pay and display or on-street parking

    Reception facilities

    Wheelchair access

  • Additional facilities

    • 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
    • Partners for food, bands, DJs, photographers and flowers

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Marine Theatre

Church Street

Lyme Regis




Phone: 01297 442394


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Photo Credit

Special thanks go to Andrew George Photography for the use of some of the images of the Marine Theatre on this page.