NW Productions

David Upton

The Significant Other Festival: Object of Affection, celebrating new writing in the North West, runs at 53two in Manchester from Tuesday to Saturday.

Running Wild by Michael Morpurgo, in an adaptation by Samuel Adamson, comes to The Lowry in Salford from Tuesday to Saturday.

My Country a work in progress, inspired by last year’s EU Referendum, is on stage at HOME as part of a UK tour.

Mr Bloom, as seen on CBeebies, is hitting the road and visiting Manchester Palace Theatre on Monday daytime.

Northern Broadsides and New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme stage Cyrano at The Lowry in Salford.

Letters to Windsor House takes an idiosyncratic look at the housing crisis at HOME, Manchester.

Writer and raconteur Nick Cassenbaum found what he’s looking for in East London’s last remaining steam bath. Now he’s coming to The Lowry in Salford next Thursday to tell all about it in Bubble Schmeisis.

Working Progress Theatre company comes to Oldham Coliseum Theatre studio next Thursday and Friday with Rob Ward's Gypsy Queen, an exploration of homosexuality in the boxing arena.

The Lonesome West, Martin McDonagh’s award-winning dark comedy, opens at Liverpool’s Royal Court on Friday.

Joe McElderry dons the role of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at Preston Charter Theatre from Tuesday to Saturday.

Actor Jonathan Goodwin returns to Preston Guild Hall’s Lancaster Suite next Wednesday afternoon in The Singular Exploits of Sherlock Holmes.

Promenade Shakespeare productions return to Lancaster Castle Shire Hall from next Tuesday to April 29 in a production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona.