Will Young plays Emcee and Michelle Ryan is Sally Bowles in Cabaret at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham from tomorrow (Monday) until Saturday.
Sandi Toksvig’s latest tour, My Valentine, to celebrate publication of her new novel Valentine Grey, stops off at Buxton Opera House on Tuesday.
Experiences encountered by members of the WOW Theatre Company at Wolverhampton’s soup kitchen are brought to life in Displaced at the town’s Arena Theatre on Wednesday.
The “extreme, ridiculous and downright hilarious world of Jacqueline Jones—Tropic Beauty International saleswoman extraordinaire” is uncovered in Death of a Beauty Saleswoman, written and performed by Debbie Tracy, at The Drum, Birmingham on Wednesday and Thursday.
A stage musical celebrating the annual fiesta of bad taste known as the Eurovision Song Contest, Eurobeat—Almost Eurovision is at Mansfield Palace Theatre from Thursday until Saturday.
Hyde Festival Theatre stages Death and the Maiden, Chilean playwright Ariel Dorfman’s award-winning, three-handed political thriller, in Buxton Pavilion Arts Centre Studio on Friday and Saturday.
The life and times of Marilyn Monroe are chronicled in Blonde, a co-production between Buxton Opera House and the University of Derby Theatre Arts Department, at the Opera House on Friday and Saturday.
Sherlock Holmes is about to retire and has to manage without Dr Watson in Holmes Alone in Lichfield Garrick’s Studio on Saturday.
A shy young boy from Liverpool is re-christened Billy Fury and becomes one of Britain's best-loved rock stars in Halfway to Paradise at the Victoria Hall, Stoke 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.
Soul Man, Chris Monks’s new musical adventure based on Verdi’s Rigoletto, continues at the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme until Saturday.
Anthony Andrews continues in Sandi Toksvig’s Bully Boy at the Royal, Northampton until Saturday.
Fragile, a one-man show featuring Craig Conway and written by Coventry playwright Geoff Thompson, continues in the B2 auditorium at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry until 22 September.
The first play in Nottingham Playhouse’s autumn season, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, continues until 22 September.
At the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford, in the Courtyard Theatre Much Ado about Nothing continues until Saturday; 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 Saturday.