Idle Motion explores the life of surrealist writer Jorge Luis Borges in Borges and I at mac, Birmingham on Monday.
Michele Dotrice, Shaun Williamson, Clive Mantle, William Troughton, Chris McCalphy and Paul Brown appear in Graham Linehan’s new adaptation of the celebrated Ealing comedy The Ladykillers at Nottingham’s Theatre Royal from Monday until Saturday.
A new musical which follows the highs and lows, passions and heartbreak of the relationship between Ike and Tina Turner, Soul Sister tours to Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre from Monday until Saturday.
Crossing boundaries of dance and theatre, Agnes and Walter: a Little Love Story, a SMITH dancetheatre presentation, is at Lakeside Arts Centre, Nottingham on Tuesday.
Blown Away, the fledgling production of Birdsnest Theatre, which features shadow puppetry, live music and movement, is a family-friendly show at Northampton’s Royal and Derngate on Tuesday and Thursday.
Dave Willetts and Marti Webb are in the classic musical 42nd Street at the Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton from Tuesday until Saturday.
Lichfield Garrick stages a show for all the family, Treasure Island, from Tuesday until Saturday.
Jude Emmet’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’s novel Dombey and Son is a Red Dog Theatre Company production at Artrix, Bromsgrove on Wednesday.
Clare Buckfield, Vicky Entwistle and Hayley Tamaddon recount The Vagina Monologues at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Wednesday.
Visible Fictions Theatre Company takes its “silly, sophisticated and altogether winning take on the ancient Greek myth” Jason and the Argonauts to Buxton Opera House at 6pm on Thursday.
Bertolt Brecht’s play The Good Person of Sezuan, translated by Michael McMillan into Jamaican patois and featuring new songs as well as classic reggae tracks, returns to The Drum, Birmingham on Thursday and Friday.
Ace Bhatti, Don Gilet, William Ilkley and Ian Reddington are Bouncers in John Godber’s comedy at the Regent Theatre, Stoke from Thursday until Saturday.
Wacky theatre company LipService take their “self-assembly Swedish crime thriller” Inspector Norse to the Arena Theatre, Wolverhampton on Friday.
The award-winning Spirit of the Dance which combines Irish dance with the sensual Latino rhythms of flamenco and salsa, trips into Derngate, Northampton on Friday.
Stephanie Ridings’s black comedy Me, Mum and Dusty Springfield should reach a high note in The Studio at Artrix, Bromsgrove on Saturday.
A UK tour of the National Theatre’s hit comedy One Man, Two Guvnors starring Rufus Hound as Francis Henshall continues at Leicester’s Curve until Saturday.
Willy Russell’s Blood Brothers featuring Marti Pellow and Niki Evans continues at Birmingham Hippodrome until Saturday.
Alan Ayckbourn’s revival of Absurd Person Singular plays in rep along with his latest play Surprises at the New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme until Saturday.
Sara Coward, who plays Caroline Sterling, and Sunny Ormonde (Lilian Bellamy) in The Archers, stage Wicked Women, a “delightful afternoon of wit, wisdom and wanton women—real and fictional—from the wickedly funny to the downright bad” at Derby’s Guildhall Theatre next Sunday at 3pm.
Michael Morpurgo will be reading from his book War Horse and will be accompanied by BBC Radio 2 Folk Award winners John Tams and Barry Cooper at Buxton Opera House next Sunday.
Yasmina Reza’s God of Carnage, a “riotous comedy of frayed nerves and bloated egos”, continues at the Royal, Northampton until Saturday, 10 November.
William Inge’s drama The Dark at the Top of the Stairs which “hasn’t been seen in England for over a generation” continues in the B2 auditorium at Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre until Saturday, 10 November.
The Merry Wives of Windsor featuring Desmond Barrit as Falstaff and Anita Dobson, making her RSC debut as Mistress Quickly, continues in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre at Stratford until Saturday, 12 January.