The third play in the Classic Thriller Season at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, Tim Kelly’s adaptation of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, runs from tomorrow (Monday) until Saturday.
Ali Bastian plays Roxie Hart, Stefan Booth is Billy Flynn, Tupele Dorgu takes the role of Velma Kelly and Bernie Nolan plays Mama Morton in Chicago at the Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham from tomorrow until Saturday.
Open-air touring company Illyria performs Gilbert and Sullivan’s HMS Pinafore at Newstead Abbey, Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire on Friday.
Derby-based theatre company 1623, which specialises in “seeing Shakespeare differently”, will be staging a one-hour version of Macbeth with only three actors at Cromford Mill, Derbyshire on Saturday.
As part of the celebration of Jamaica’s 50th anniversary of independence, Birmingham venue The Drum will be hosting From Tower Hill to Power Hill—Tower Hill being an inner-city area of Kingston, Jamaica and Power Hill a colloquial name for Aston, Birmingham—on Saturday.
ACE dance and music presents Pulse and Beats, a “fusion of contemporary and traditional African Caribbean forms”, at mac, Birmingham on Saturday.
Audiences are having the time of their life at Birmingham Hippodrome as Dirty Dancing continues until Saturday, 25 August.
At the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford, in the Courtyard Theatre Much Ado about Nothing continues until 15 September; in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre A Midsummer Night’s Dream (As You Like It) continues until Saturday while The Comedy of Errors continues until 6 October, Twelfth Night until 6 October and The Tempest until 7 October; and in the Swan Troilus and Cressida continues until Saturday while Richard III and King John continue until 15 September.