The world premiere of a comedy play about dating by an actress-turned-writer-and-producer, comes to Lancaster Grand next week.
A group of girls discover the pitfalls of dating and seek their revenge in the play Dirty Dating.com written by Pauline Fleming (star of Coronation Street and Brookside).
Pop parody supremos Frisky And Mannish kick off The Dukes comedy season next Friday after taking the Edinburgh Fringe by storm.
The musical comedy cabaret act will be in Lancaster just weeks after Edinburgh success for the fourth year running.
An award-winning radio play about the tragic story of Sophie Lancaster is to be brought to the stage for the first time at Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre next week.
Black Roses: The Killing Of Sophie Lancaster—a moving response to the death of the young gap-year student—will run in The Studio from Wednesday to September 29.
Birmingham Royal Ballet open their 2012/13 season at The Lowry in Salford next week with Sir Peter Wright’s Swan Lake, performed by some of the world’s greatest dancers including talent from the North West.
Lancashire-born Yvette Knight and Wirral-born James Barton are part of the ensemble and are both celebrating recent promotions within the Company.
Direct from London’s West End, the UK’s first and only touring burlesque show comes to Manchester Palace Theatre next Friday.
Showcasing award-winning talent from across the country, it’s an opportunity to see some of the world’s biggest burlesque stars in the flesh in a show that is biled as “all tease, no sleaze.”
Manchester producers Hartshorn-Hook return to their hometown next week for the first time in six years with A Tribute to the Blues Brothers - Live at The Lowry in Salford.