Murder for Two, You are Here, Whitney Houston Show, All Night Long, Nightingales
Murder For Two – tour starts 22 October
High-energy musical whodunit Murder For Two enjoyed a successful European première at The Watermill Theatre and The Other Palace last year and a run Off-Broadway and is now touring from 22 October.
In this madcap murder mystery with a twist, two actors play thirteen characters—and the piano. Ed MacArthur and Jeremy Legat will both reprise their original roles.
The show has a book and music by Joe Kinosian and book and lyrics by Kellen Blair. It is directed by Luke Sheppard.
Murder For Two visits New Theatre, Cardiff, Theatre Royal Windsor, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, Nottingham Theatre Royal and The Other Palace London.
You Are Here! – tour starts 24 October
Suitable for all the family, it combines theatre with full-dome planetarium effects on a tour of the universe, aiming to be both educational and entertaining for young people.
This 30-minute show is written by award-winning scriptwriter Andy Cannon and takes the form of a virtual trip of the universe with WOW Tours to find a missing professor. The tour starts at half term.
You Are Here! visits Winchester Science Centre & Planetarium, We The Curious Bristol, Glasgow Science Centre, Thinktank Birmingham and National Space Centre Leicester.
The Greatest Love Of All: The Whitney Houston Show – tour starts 26 October
The Greatest Love of All: The Whitney Houston Show is a live concert homage to Whitney Houston which includes 20 of her most popular hits including "I Will Always Love You", "I Wanna Dance With Somebody" and "I'm Every Woman" and features replica costuming.
Belinda Davids, winner of BBC television’s Even Better Than The Real Thing, portrays Whitney Houston in this show which has toured the US, Canada, Europe, South Africa, Asia, UAE, Australia and New Zealand.
Davids is accompanied by a live band and dancers in this show directed by Johnny Van Grinsven and produced by Flying Entertainment and Showtime Australia.
The Greatest Love Of All: The Whitney Houston Show visits Perth Concert Hall, Carlisle The Sands Centre, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Eastbourne Devonshire Park Theatre, High Wycombe Swan Theatre, Crawley The Hawth, Swansea Grand Theatre, Blackpool Grand Theatre, Edinburgh Festival Theatre, Sheffield City Hall, Gateshead The Sage, Clacton Princess Theatre, Skegness The Embassy, Dartford Orchard Theatre, Halifax Victoria Theatre, York Barbican, Southend Cliff’s Pavilion, Southampton Mayflower Theatre, Rhyl Pavilion, Ipswich Regent, Poole Lighthouse, Basingstoke The Anvil, Reading Hexagon, Portsmouth The Guildhall and Southport Theatre.
All Night Long – tour starts 27 October
Strictly Come Dancing's Brendan Cole returns with a tour of his concert show All Night Long.
Cole created the show which he hosts and which features a cast of championship dancers and a 13-piece band and singers.
All Night Long features classic and contemporary live music paired with Cole's choreography, topped with special effects.
The show visits King's Theatre Southsea, Liverpool Empire Theatre,, Grand Theatre Blackpool, King George's Hall Blackburn, Pavilion Theatre Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre Plymouth, New Victoria Theatre Woking, New Theatre Oxford, Colosseum Watford, Brangwyn Hall Swansea, The Anvil Theatre Basingstoke, Dorking Halls, The Playhouse Weston Super Mare, Alhambra Theatre Bradford, Corn Exchange Kings Lynn, The Dome Doncaster, The Sands Centre Carlisle, Waterside Theatre Aylesbury, Adelphi Theatre London, Empire Theatre Sunderland and Caird Hall Dundee.
The Nightingales – tour starts 31 October
Gavin And Stacey’s Ruth Jones stars in new comedy The Nightingales, written by William Gaminara.
The story revolves around the arrival of a new member of the village amateur acapella group.
Christopher Luscombe directs.
The Nightingales opens at Theatre Royal Bath and visits Cambridge Arts Theatre , New Theatre Cardiff, Chichester Festival Theatre and Malvern Festival Theatre prior to a West End transfer.
Check web sites for information regarding post-show Q&As, captioned, signed and relaxed performances, and age suitability. At the time of going to press, some dates may not yet be on sale.