The Royal Ballet at Royal Opera House
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Royal Court Theatre
Supporting Wall in association with New Diorama, Oxford's Arts at the Old Fire Station, and Jonny & The Baptists at New Diorama Theatre
Young Vic Maria Studio
Enchanted Entertainment at Tyne Theatre and Opera House
Go People and Glass Half Full Productions at Park Theatre
Birmingham Repertory Theatre at The Lyric, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Wilton's Music Hall
Royal Shakespeare Company at Swan, Stratford-upon-Avon
The Other Room at The Other Room, Cardiff
Theatre Royal, Stratford East
Evolution Productions at Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury
Theatr Clwyd at Theatr Clwyd, Mold
Above the Stag at Above the Stag Theatre
The Corn Exchange at The Corn Exchange, Newbury
Edinburgh Graduate Theatre Group at Assembly Roxy
Daryl Black with HQ Theatres at Wyvern Theatre, Swindon
West Yorkshire Playhouse in association with Elliott & Harper Productions and Catherine Schreiber at Quarry Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse
West Yorkshire Playhouse at Courtyard Theatre, West Yorkshire Playhouse
Northern Ballet at Leeds Grand Theatre
Eno Theatre at Atrium, University of South Wales
Salisbury Playhouse at Salisbury Playhouse
Derby Theatre at Derby Theatre
Royal Exchange Theatre and Talawa Theatre Company at Royal Exchange Theatre
Esmond Road Productions at The Space
Sherman Theatre at Sherman Theatre
Menier Chocolate Factory
Bitter Pill at Finborough Theatre, Earl's Court
Troupe at Southwark Playhouse
Action to the Word in association with Glynis Henderson Productions at Pleasance Theatre
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Matthew Cottle and Harry Hepple will feature in Wonderland, Adam Penford’s directing debut as the new artistic director of Nottingham Playhouse.
South Shields Customs House has announced its new season from January to March 2018.
Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday December 10.
Ludus Dance and The Dukes in Lancaster are searching for the best emerging talent from across the North West for the region’s latest BIG UP North Dance Theatre Festival.
The story of legendary artist and activist Nina Simone will take to The Lowry stage in Salford from January 30 to February 3 in Nina.
David Ricardo-Pearce is cast as Hamlet in Shakespeare’s greatest tragedy in February 2018.
The UK tour of a play about young carers in Salford drew to a close last week with a special performance at The House of Lords in Westminster.
This month sees Manchester’s Contact theatre begin a £6.75 million transformation of its building on Oxford Road.
BBC Award-winning Demon Barbers folk band and Breaking Tradition Dance Company return to Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake.
Peter Pan runs at The Epstein Theatre Liverpool until January 1.
Former Beatles drummer Pete Best is to play himself in a brand new comedy stage production, Lennon's Banjo.
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is proving so popular with St Helens audiences that producers have decided to extend its run.
Theatre by the Lake’s co-production of Miss Julie has transferred to the Jermyn Street Theatre in the West End following its popular summer run in Keswick.
The Dukes theatre in Lancaster announces details of its new homegrown season featuring Educating Rita and an outdoor version of The Three Musketeers.
A new stage production of Leslie Bricusse's Doctor Dolittle heads to The Lowry for Christmas next year.
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 11 December.
Professional theatre productions in the North East in the week beginning Monday 11 December 2017.
Paul Nicholas, Wendi Peters, Sue Holderness and Jeff Rawle will appear in Ronald Harwood’s Quartet at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.
Jonny Wilkes and Christian Patterson will team up again for Aladdin, the 2017 panto at Stoke’s Regent Theatre.
Malvern Theatres is offering an advanced course in drama and performance for professional theatre.
Nottingham-based touring company New Perspectives will take stories from rural Nigeria, modern Mumbai and the 1960s English countryside to village halls and theatres across the UK.
Bally Gill and Karen Fishwick will take the lead roles in the Royal Shakespeare Company production of Romeo and Juliet in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford.
Although Sunderland did not win UK City of Culture 2021, it promises great things to come.
Opera North brings fatal passions to Newcastle in March. And then comes back to the region in May.
Zoë Waterman is to join Newcastle-under-Lyme’s New Vic Theatre as associate director.
The Royal Shakespeare Company will take a new, abridged performance of Julius Caesar on the road to schools and theatres in 2018.