NW productions

David Upton

Alice in Wonderland at Blackpool Grand on Sunday evening is a production by UK touring company Ballet Theatre UK.

Winner of Strictly Come Dancing 2014, Pasha Kovalev, is touring again with a new show Let’s Dance The Night Away, which comes to Lancaster Grand next Tuesday night.

All Or Nothing, the musical based on the story of '60s pop group the Small Faces, comes to Blackpool Grand next week.

Million Dollar Quartet, the award-winning Broadway musical and West End hit, embarks on its first ever UK tour visiting Manchester Palace Theatre next week, with a cast including Jason Donovan.

The Wedding Singer comes to the Opera House, Manchester, from Monday to Saturday.

One of the masterpieces of modern cinema, Federico Fellini's 1957 Oscar-winning film La Strada will be brought to life on stage in a brand new adaptation at the Lowry in Salford from Monday to Saturday.

Lewis Bray's touching portrait of family life Cartoonopolis comes to Manchester Royal Exchange Studio next week as part of a UK tour

The latest series of JB Shorts in Manchester will be performed at Manchester's 53Two venue from May 16 to 27 (including two Saturday matinées).

Jack Rooke’s Good Grief (which comes to HOME in Manchester next Wednesday to Friday) explores how we treat the bereaved and finds there can be happiness after tragedy, while Heads Up (from Thursday to Saturday) is the 2016 Edinburgh Festival Fringe First winner.

The Looking Glass is a new, interactive, family-friendly show by Carnival of Eternal Light, inspired by the well-known and well-loved works of Lewis Carroll, at The Kings Arms Salford on May 17 and 18.

Charles Dickens’s Hard Times is an Oldham Coliseum production that opens at the venue next Friday and runs until June 3.

Cornish choreographer James Wilton brings his latest show Leviathan to Contact in Manchester on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Sadler's Wells will bring its international festival of hip hop dance, Breakin' Convention, to The Lowry in Salford on May 19 and 20.