The fifth and final play in the Classic Thriller Season at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, Brian Clemens’ Shock!, runs from Tuesday until Saturday.
Den Stevenson traces the life of legendary music icon Glenn Miller in Bugle Boy at Buxton Opera House from Thursday until Saturday.
Two teams of young performers will create White Noise, a “ground-breaking digital performance project partnering two theatres and two communities in England and Scotland” which will be performed simultaneously at The Core at Corby Cube and Art Guild Theatre, Greenock on Saturday.
The madcap antics of Uncle Eric and his gang of singers, actors and musicians continue in Uncle Eric’s Hard Day’s Night at the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme until Saturday.
A new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s roller-skating spectacular Starlight Express continues at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall until Saturday.
Leamington Spa-based outdoor company Heartbreak Productions completes its summer tour of E Nesbitt’s The Railway Children at the Shugborough Estate, Stafford next Sunday.
Created by improvisation company Fluxx, Without Planning Permission, a live performance event in which the audience decides the ending, visits three community centres in Corby, Northamptonshire: Danesholme Communicare Centre next Sunday, The Autumn Centre on Monday, 3 September and Hazelwood Neighbourhood Centre on Tuesday, 4 September.
Anthony Andrews continues in Sandi Toksvig’s Bully Boy at the Royal, Northampton until Saturday, 15 September.
At the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford, in the Courtyard Theatre Much Ado about Nothing continues until 15 September; in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre The Comedy of Errors continues until 6 October, Twelfth Night until 6 October and The Tempest until 7 October; and in the Swan Richard III and King John continue until 15 September.