Buxton Opera House hosts Tenors Unlimited—otherwise known as The Rat Pack of Opera—on Wednesday.
Melvyn Hayes, David Lonsdale, John D Collins, Katy Manning and Michelle Morris appear in Ron Aldridge’s You’re Only Young Twice at Buxton Opera House from Thursday until Saturday.
Rebecca Vaughan plays 13 characters in Austen’s Women in an “illuminating distillation of 19th century feminism” at Bridge House Theatre, Warwick on Saturday.
Keeping Up Appearances star Josephine Tewson stages her one-woman show of memories and funny anecdotes at Lichfield Garrick on Saturday.
Retina Dance Company presents Layers of Skin, a multi-layered performance which includes professional and community dancers, at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal on Saturday.
Catalan director Calixto Bieito’s Forests, which uses original verse from Shakespeare's woodland and heath scenes and has been specially commissioned as part of the World Shakespeare Festival, continues at the Old Rep Theatre, Birmingham until Saturday, 15 September.
Anthony Andrews continues in Sandi Toksvig’s Bully Boy at the Royal, Northampton until Saturday, 15 September.
The first play in Nottingham Playhouse’s autumn season, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, continues until Saturday, 22 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.