NW productions

David Upton

Junction 8 Theatre's inaugural play Under the Market Roof will be performed on Chorley Market from next Wednesday.

The Agatha Christie Theatre Company and Bill Kenwright present Ruth Rendell’s A Judgement In Stone at the Grand in Blackpool next week.

Street dancing sensation George Sampson heads the cast for Madness musical Our House at Blackpool Opera House from Monday to Saturday.

Two works new to English National Ballet’s repertoire, Sir Kenneth MacMillan’s masterwork Song of the Earth and August Bournonville’s La Sylphide are be performed at Manchester Palace Theatre from Wednesday to Saturday.

Acosta Danza, the new dance company founded by acclaimed Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, begins its UK tour at The Lowry in Salford next Thursday to Saturday.

Bertolt Brecht’s provocative dark comedy musical The Threepenny Opera is revived at Bolton Octagon from next Thursday through to November 4.

Elysium Theatre Company stages its debut production, Days of Wine and Roses by Owen McCafferty, at Manchester’s 53Two theatre space next week.

Edward Gant's Amazing Feats of Loneliness! by Anthony Neilson takes the form of a Victorian travelling show at Manchester’s Hope Mill Theatre from Tuesday to Saturday.

The Looking Glass is a family-friendly show by Carnival of Eternal Light, inspired by the well-known and well-loved works of Lewis Carroll, headed for a return performance at the King’s Arms Theatre in Salford.

Oldham Coliseum is reviving John Godber’s Olivier Award winning underdog comedy, Up ’N’ Under, next week.

An award-winning Edinburgh Fringe production, Growth, dealing with one of the last taboos of male health, comes to Preston’s Continental theatre space next Thursday.

After the success of last season’s Wednesday Matinée Selection, Preston Guild Hall’s Lancaster Suite features a new selection of dramas from next Wednesday through to January.