NW Productions

Published: 27 January 2019

The Jersey Boys are working their way back to Manchester Palace Theatre, with the return of the musical dedicated to the story of The Four Seasons. It runs from next Tuesday to February 16 as part of its second UK tour.

After the success of The Wipers Times, Private Eye editor and TV panellist Ian Hislop and Nick Newman have taken inspiration from real life events again for their new play Trial by Laughter, which comes to The Lowry from Tuesday until February 2.

Ladybones comes to King’s Arms, Salford next Thursday before a première in London.

Sorcha McCaffrey writes and performs a one-woman show, which shows audiences what it feels like to suffer from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.

Oldham Coliseum is presenting a revival of a hit 1998 production that starred Roy Barraclough, A Different Way Home. It runs from next Thursday to February 9.

Composer, vocalist, artistic director and Manchester Camerata collaborator Laura Bowler travelled to the Antarctic last January and brings the experience to Manchester’s Bridgewater Hall next Wednesday with a work of orchestral music theatre.

David Upton