Yes So I Said Yes
19th Street Productions in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre.
10 Things to Do in a Small Cumbrian Town
Hannah Sowerby and Alphabetti Theatre
Alphabetti Theatre, Newcastle
What's on in the North EastTheatre productions in the North East in the week beginning Monday 29 November 2021.
More dates for Shechter's Double MurderHofesh Shechter Company has announced further dates for Double Murder, presented as two distinctly contrasting pieces: Clowns and The Fix.
£135,000 fillip for LakelandTheatre by the Lake in Keswick has been awarded a grant of £135,000 from the third round of the Government’s Culture Recovery Fund.
ROH welcomes NHS staff for Christmas treatThe Royal Opera House is to welcome more than 1,800 NHS staff and their families to its 2021 Paul Hamlyn Christmas Treat.
Suba's cross-country runSuba Das, artistic director of HighTide in the East of England, is to take on the role of creative director of Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse Theatres.
Donovan returns to Birmingham after panto debutJason Donovan will return to Birmingham Hippodrome as the Pharaoh in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat after his panto debut in Goldilocks and the Three Bears.
Ad chief quite at HOMEHOME in Manchester has appointed a new chair, Kathryn Jacob OBE, alongside two new trustees, Dr Ruth Bromley and Sita McIntosh.
What's on in the MidlandsTheatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 29 November.
One Dance and BBC Dance Passion live broadcastsOne Dance UK and BBC Arts have announced further artists and locations for Dance Passion 2022, as part of a wider host of dance programming.
Major new funding for Birmingham festivalAn in-house team at the Birmingham 2022 Festival, part of the Commonwealth Games, has raised £12 million to add to funding from Arts Council England and the National Lottery.
Children’s arts festival sparks back into lifeThe “best children’s arts festival in the world”, the Spark Festival, will be staged live and online for a week in Leicester in February 2022.
New Perspectives delivers with new postcard dramaEast Midlands based theatre company New Perspectives is to rekindle its postcard drama series with Fair Play, a new six-part mystery based on Nottingham’s famous Goose Fair.
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