What's on in the North East

Peter Lathan

Peter James’s Not Dead Enough comes to Newcastle’s Theatre Royal from Monday to Saturday.

Curve and the Rose Theatre Kingston bring their production of Roald Dahl’s The Twits to Northern Stage from Tuesday to Saturday. In Stage 3 on Tuesday, Butterfly, the story of Beatrice who is sitting in isolation, waiting for the outcome of a forced mental health assessment, is at 7:45, and on Thursday at the same time Bonnie and the Bonnettes present Drag Me to Love, an autobiographical three-person show combining drag performance with theatrical storytelling.

Murder by Gaslight: An Evening with Dr Palmer & Dr Crippen is at the Tyne Theatre and Opera House on Thursday.

On Thursday at 6PM, Dance City presents its Associate Artist evening, a double bill of short works in progress by Ella Mesma and Peter Groom.

The Full Monty is at Sunderland Empire from Monday to Saturday.

On Saturday and Sunday, South Shields Customs House presents William Fairchild’s The Sound of Murder.

On Friday, European Arts Company presents a collection of one-act farces by Anton Chekhov, including The Evils of Tobacco, The Dimwit, The Bear, Swan Song and The Proposal, to the Henry Travers Studio at The Maltings in Berwick at 7PM. Then on Saturday in the Main House at 7PM, Thèâtre Sans Frontières presents Heaven Eyes by David Almond.

Heaven Eyes is at the Queen’s Hall in Hexham on Wednesday at 7PM.

At the Gala in Durham at 11:30, 1:30 and 4PM on Saturday Kitchen Zoo presents The Owl and the Pussycat for ages 3 to 7.

On Sunday at Bishop Auckland Town Hall, Ballet Theatre UK presents Alice in Wonderland.

Menopause the Musical comes to Billingham Forum on Saturday.

On Thursday at 1:30 and 7PM, Full Circle brings Out of the Shadows to ARC Stockton, a Pay What You Decide production.

In Darlington, as part of Jabberwocky Market, on Friday at 2:30 and on Saturday at 7:30 Theatre Ad Infinitum presents Bucket List, the story of one Mexican woman’s fight for justice, in the Liddiard Theatre at Polam Hall School.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, Icarus presents Hamlet, blending traditional and physical theatre with a musical score, at Harrogate Theatre. Then on Friday and Saturday in the Studio, Futures Theatre presents Offside, a new play putting women’s football centre-stage.