The Y-Theatre

We meet every Sunday at 11am at the Y-Theatre, 7 East Street, Leicester, LE1 6EY.

This is Leicester’s oldest working theatre, and was built by the YMCA in 1900 for the express purpose of “providing Christian lectures”, an ongoing requirement we are more than happy to perform!

For more information about the theatre click here and for more information about how to find or travel to us please read on below!

The building itself can be found diagonally opposite Leicester Train Station, and at the end of Granby Street walking from the city centre and Clocktower. The Theatre entrance is found on East Street.

For drivers there is an NCP car park right next store in East Street at £4 all day Sunday, but most people park in the council run Dover Street car park, which is £1 all day on Sundays, and is normally almost empty before 11am. Entry to the car park is best via South Albion Street / Calais Hill.

Alternatively all pay and display on-street parking spaces in central Leicester are free of charge on Sunday, but are difficult to find.  Single yellow lines still have parking restrictions until 6pm on Sunday, and should not be used.