Touring shows

Theatre tours


BRB Sleeping Beauty tour

Sir Peter Wright’s Sleeping Beauty production for Birmingham Royal Ballet will tour in early 2018.

Vera Liber, 12 December 2017

Global 18-month programme for New Perspectives

Nottingham-based touring company New Perspectives will take stories from rural Nigeria, modern Mumbai and the 1960s English countryside to village halls and theatres across the UK.

Steve Orme, 09 December 2017

Umanoove presents The Knot

Umanoove, under the artistic direction of Dutch-born choreographer Didy Veldman, has announced The Knot as a new dance production for 2018.

Vera Liber, 02 December 2017

Stopgap Dance spring tour

The Enormous Room from Stopgap Dance Company, featuring disabled performer David Toole and Hannah Sampson, will tour in 2018.

Vera Liber, 29 November 2017

Birdsong to return to Durham

The stage version of Sebastian Faulks’s Birdsong is to return to Durham’s Gala.

Peter Lathan, 29 November 2017

Have you seen Key Change?

Have you seen Open Clasp’s Key Change, set in a women’s prison?

Peter Lathan, 27 November 2017

David Haig to star in true wartime thriller

David Haig will tour in his own play Pressure about two competing Allied meteorologists tasked with predicting the weather for the D-Day Landings.

Sheila Connor, 10 November 2017

2Faced Dance tours What the Moon Saw

Inspired by Hans Christian Andersen, 2Faced Dance Company's What the Moon Saw tours to Birmingham, Canterbury and London in December 2017.

Vera Liber, 10 November 2017

The Last Ship on Tyneside

Sting’s musical, The Last Ship, is to have its UK première at Northern Stage.

Peter Lathan, 30 October 2017

Pink Sari Revolution coming to Northern Stage

Pink Sari Revolution, the story of Sampat Pal, leader of the working class feminist movement ‘The Gulabi Gang’ in India, is coming to Northern Stage.

Peter Lathan, 06 October 2017

Lizzy busy in Hedda Gabler

The full cast for the UK tour of Ibsen’s masterpiece Hedda Gabler features Lizzy Watts in the title role when it comes to The Lowry in Salford.

David Upton, 01 October 2017