British Theatre Guide
News, reviews, features and podcast on theatre across the UK
I’m Here, Where Are You? festival of work of disabled artists
Emerging and established disabled artists look at disability, class, queerness, mental health and gender.
Latest figures on art and culture's contribution to the economy
The most recent figures, from 2016, show arts and culture to be a thriving industry, contributing significantly to the country's economy.
Tara Theatre's I’ll Say It Again! a festival of female artists
Theatre, music, comedy and dance events across thirty days celebrate women's voices.
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 22 April.
Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday April 21.
What's on in the North East
Professional theatre productions in the North East in the week beginning Monday 22 April 2019.
Epstein shall go to the Ball
The panto production coming to The Epstein Theatre in Liverpool this Christmas is
Corrie star joins Martyn Hett play
Sonia Ibrahim, best known for playing
’s Mel Maguire, has joined the cast of Hope Theatre Company’s
#BeMoreMartyn: The Boy with the Deirdre Tattoo
Ballet Central comes to Sale
Ballet Central’s 2019 International Tour comes to Waterside, Sale.
Building the barricades in Brazil's schools
When it Breaks it Burns
tells the true story of the high school occupations of 2015 and 2016 in Brazil.
Putting Zog into Salford
The world première stage adaptation of
will come to Salford.
Mother's Ruin in Lancaster
Mother’s Ruin brings its cabaret to The Dukes in Lancaster.
The Rites of an Indian Spring
Choreographer and performer Seeta Patel has re-imagined the iconic ballet
The Rite of Spring
in the classical Indian dance style.
Ramping Up to Manchester
Contact and BAC’s latest production,
, will head to Manchester’s The Bread Shed after a run at Battersea Arts Centre.
Unity Theatre's summer season
Unity Theatre’s 2019 summer season in Liverpool is a mix of contemporary productions, national tours and festivals.
Guildford Fringe will feature more than 120 events
This year's Guildford Fringe Festival will offer more than 120 events across 12 venues from pubs and theatres to a natural burial reserve and the BBC Surrey radio studio.
New collaboration about loss and inheritance in Northampton
Northampton’s Royal and Derngate is to co-produce
The Last of the Pelican Daughters
, its latest collaboration with The Wardrobe Ensemble, which is being developed in partnership with Complicité.
Storytellers wanted for new Coventry project
The hunt is on for stories from across Coventry, with residents becoming storytellers in a new project called City Voices.
Les Dennis, Gareth Gates and Sooty go to the ball in Nottingham
Les Dennis, Connor McIntyre, Gareth Gates and Sooty head the cast of
, the 2019 panto at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham.
Coming up at the Customs House
Theatre in May and June at South Shields Customs House.