Wolverhampton Grand hosts An Evening with Pam Ayres tomorrow (Monday).
All three of its original leading cast members, Pauline Quirke, Linda Robson and Lesley Joseph appear in Birds of a Feather at Stoke's Regent Theatre from tomorrow until Saturday.
Laurence Clark embarks on a one-man mission to sell the benefits of free healthcare to the United States in Health Hazard at the Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton on Tuesday.
Graeae Theatre Company's Reasons to be Cheerful—part gig and part play, which features Ian Dury and the Blockheads' greatest hits performed by a live band, completes its tour at Nottingham Playhouse from Tuesday until Saturday.
The global phenomenon Stomp, which is celebrating 20 years of "foot-stamping, finger-drumming, adrenalin-rushing joy", returns to Nottingham Playhouse from Tuesday until Saturday.
Derby LIVE Youth Theatre's fourth and final production, The Children of Hercules—"the first staging in the UK of Euripides' Greek tragedy for over 200 years"—will be performed at Derby Theatre from Wednesday until Saturday.
The original British tribute to Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Jnr, The Rat Pack is Back, featuring David Alacey, Des Coleman and Paul Drakeley, is at Buxton Opera House on Friday.
Combining acrobatics, modern dance, martial arts and traditional and modern Chinese elements, Cirque du Ciel's ShangHi swings into Derngate, Northampton on Friday and Saturday.
Bobby Davro and Sarah-Jane Honeywell star in a new Easter panto, The Wizard of Oz, at the Assembly Rooms, Derby on Saturday and Sunday.
Library Theatre Touring Company takes Double Vision, a comedy by Eric Chappell—author of the television series Rising Damp—to Buxton Pavilion Arts Centre Studio on Saturday and Sunday.
Coventry Belgrade's new production of Alexander Galin's 1980 Moscow Olympics drama, Stars in the Morning Sky, continues in the theatre's B2 auditorium until Saturday while on the main stage Laurie Slade's new version of August Strindberg's The Father continues until Saturday, 14 April.
Leicester's Curve continues to host a revival of Gypsy until Sunday, 15 April.
Neil Morrissey and Brian Conley share the role of Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh's new production of Oliver! at Birmingham Hippodrome until Saturday, 21 April.
At the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford, The Comedy of Errors continues until 14 May (press performance 25 April), Twelfth Night (press night 25 April) continues until 15 May, The Tempest continues until 19 May (press performance on 1 May) and Richard III continues until 15 September (press night 17 April).