Oldham Coliseum Theatre at Oldham Coliseum Theatre
While You Wait
BTG has partnered with Fuel Theatre on a series of podcasts called While You Wait.
- Waiting... Now by Paul Clark in collaboration with Bill Brewer
- Waiting... to be born by Lewis Gibson in collaboration with Debra Bick and Sarah Beake
- Waiting... in a hairdressers by Malika Booker in collaboration with Emily Butterworth
- Waiting... to come home by Caroline Horton in collaboration with Jennifer Wild
- Waiting... for a Cancer Diagnosis by Brian Lobel, in collaboration with Iain Perdue
- Waiting... are we? By The Company in collaboration with Jonathan Reades and Raphael Woolf
- Waiting... for a loved one to die by Rachel Mars in collaboration with Fliss Murtagh
- Waiting... for the inevitable by Toby Jones in collaboration with Peter Giese
Curve at Curve Theatre, Leicester
Bill Kenwright at Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford
The Original Theatre Company and Birdsong Productions Ltd at Gala Theatre, Durham
Ensemble Productions at London Coliseum
Gate Theatre, Notting Hill
Vervain Theatre at Theatro Technis
Up in Arms at Arcola Theatre
Theatre Lab Company at Riverside Studios
St James Theatre
Iain Goosey / Chapter Arts Centre at Chapter, Cardiff
We Are Proud to Present a Presentation About the Herero of Namibia, Formerly Known as Southwest Africa, From the German Sudwestafrika, Between the Years 1884 – 1915
Derby Theatre at Derby Theatre
Sheffield Theatres in collaboration with English Touring Theatre and Rose Theatre Kinston at Sheffield Lyceum
Charles Court Opera at Park Theatre
Theatre Centre at Redbridge Drama Centre
Cloud Nine at The Low Lights, North Shields
Penny Dreadful Theatre at Soho Theatre
Opera House, Manchester
Philip's Top 5
Every week London editor Philip Fisher selects the top five plays in London.
The Alternative Top 5
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Further details of the English tour of Dylan Thomas's play during April to July.
As one Lloyd Webber show closes another opens…
National Theatre of Scotland stages first production in the now–refurbished venue after the roof collapse that left 80 people injured.
Primetime sees children's plays presented to primary schools with introductory playwriting workshops
More than 20 Manchester Theatre Awards for 2013 were presented to the winners among 100 nominees.
Priscilla Presley will be starring in this year’s Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs at the Opera House in Manchester.
West Yorkshire Playhouse is touring Benjamin Zephaniah’s powerful novel, Refugee Boy.
The Dukes in Lancaster stages a new production: Your Country Needs You! (But I don’t need my country…).
Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre roars into Blackpool’s Grand Theatre with provocative new dance pieces The Rite of Spring and Petrushka.
Oldham-based Hard Graft theatre is looking for stories and photographs to tell the Life of Brian Clough.
Glass-Eye Theatre brings its touring production of The City and Iris to the region.
Theatre by the Lake’s spring production in Keswick is Dancing at Lughnasa.
Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing comes to Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre.
Sara Kestelman in The Summer Book leads a varied programme for children.
Kindertransport comes to the Opera House, Manchester.
The Dukes in Lancaster and Oldham Coliseum are joining forces this spring to present a new play with songs.
Northern Ballet make a welcome return to The Dukes in Lancaster.
Butterfly in Shades of Blue comes to The Lantern Theatre, Liverpool.
The Russian Ice Stars visit the Palace Theatre Manchester later this month.
Round-up opf regional productions opening week beginning Sunday March 9.
Young Theatre Makers will see the participants of venues' Creative Learning schemes working on new productions as writers, devisors, actors and producers.
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 10 March.
Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday, 10th March 2014.
Helping to build a brighter future by supporting WWFs Earth Hour.
The Customs House in South Shields is looking for actors for its annual community play.
Transformed theatre has some theatrical treats to look forward to.
Triple Olivier Award-winning dance musical Top Hat is to visit Wolverhampton Grand for two weeks as part of a national tour.
Coventry’s Warwick Arts Centre is to host the UK première of Peter Brook’s The Valley of Astonishment which it is co-producing with Theatre des Bouffes du Nord.
A wartime musical drama, an American classic and the return of a Jules Verne adaptation are among the summer highlights at the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme.
Wolverhampton’s Arena Theatre has raised more than £30,000 to develop work with the town’s children and young people.
The cast has been announced for Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play Khandan (Family) which will play at Birmingham REP and London’s Royal Court.
A new promenade play reimagining the life and death of Jesus Christ is to be staged in Birmingham.
Three plays have won a competition and will be presented at Birmingham’s Blue Orange Theatre in April.
Leicester’s Curve has announced the full programme for its inaugural arts festival Inside Out.
Birmingham Hippodrome is to stage the première of The Chocolate Soldiers inspired by the experiences of young soldiers from Birmingham during World War I.
Derby Theatre is to hold open auditions cast and production-related roles for its 2014 Derby People’s Theatre production, the comedy drama Pulse.
Corby Cube Theatre Trust, the charity which runs Northamptonshire's The Core at Corby Cube, has appointed Morag Ballantyne as its new chair of trustees.
Oxford professor Ros Ballaster is to work with Northampton’s Royal and Derngate over the next 12 months as a knowledge exchange fellow.
The RSC will celebrate Shakespeare’s 450th birthday this year with a fireworks display and a range of free theatre activities.
Newcastle's Northern Stage announces details of Catch-22, its spring production and tour.
Producers of a new stage comedy The Mummy are deferring a planned UK tour but will still open as planned at Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s adaptations of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies are to transfer to the Aldwych Theatre in London.
Northern Ballet, a company of 40 dancers, will make its first visit to the Royal Opera House’s Linbury Studio Theatre with a Mixed Programme of ballets by Hans van Manen, Lar Lubovitch and Kenneth Tindall.
The winner of the Sheridan Morley Prize was announced on 5 March.