Oldham Coliseum in spring and summer 2018

David Upton

Oldham Coliseum Theatre’s spring-summer 2018 season features two world premières, plus home-grown productions of popular West End hits across comedy and drama.

The season opens on March 16 with a new adaptation of Compton Mackenzie’s comedy classic Whisky Galore.

Following a three-week run at the Coliseum, it will embark on an eight-venue national tour.

From April 20 to May 5, the Coliseum presents Alan Ayckbourn’s first play and West End hit, Relatively Speaking. Then Salford comes to Oldham from May 25 to June 9 in Shelagh Delaney’s landmark play A Taste of Honey.

Award-winning television and theatre writer Ian Kershaw takes audiences back to 1912 in Bread & Roses from June 22 to July 7.