Published: 3 March 2019
Daniel Taylor Productions returns to The Epstein Theatre with the Bard’s most bloody tale, Macbeth.
Much Ado About Nothing, the latest co-production by Northern Broadsides and the New Vic Theatre, should warm the hearts of Lancaster Dukes theatregoers from Tuesday to Saturday.
Bill Kenwright presents a new adaption of Alfred Hitchcock’s much-loved film The Lady Vanishes on stage at Blackpool Grand from Monday to Saturday.
A new production of Mozart’s The Magic Flute, a revival of Janáček’s Katya Kabanova, and a dance / opera double bill featuring Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring paired with Puccini’s comic short Gianni Schicchi, are the mixed bill when Opera North returns to The Lowry in Salford.
The first leg of Inua Ellams’s Barber Shop Chronicles begins at Manchester's Royal Exchange next Thursday.
Olivier Award-winning actress Rebecca Trehearn will star as Rebecca in the UK première of a new version of the Stephen Schwartz musical Rags at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester to April 6.
The Stretch, at 53Two in Manchester from next Wednesday to March 15, is an extended version of a play that enjoyed success at the venue’s JB Shorts 19 showcase.
Anglo-Spanish performance company Sleepwalk Collective returns to the UK with its new show Kourtney Kardashian at HOME in Manchester from Thursday to Saturday.
Musical theatre maker The Letter Room presents No Miracles Here, a new musical about overcoming depression, at Theatre By The Lake in Keswick from Tuesday.
The sequel to one of Liverpool’s most successful plays returns to the Royal Court. Brick Up 2: The Wrath Of Ann Twacky runs from Friday to April 6.