24 March 2019
Reporter: David Upton
The world’s greatest detective comes to Preston Charter Theatre next Wednesday and Thursday. Blackeyed Theatre stages a new adaptation of The Sign of Four, Conan Doyle’s second Sherlock Holmes novel.
There are several chances to see Ru Paul’s Drag Race favourite Jinkx Monsoon around the region. The Ginger Snapped, which comes to Lancaster’s Dukes theatre next Tuesday and April 9, is billed as therapy you can dance to, and she’s also at HOME in Manchester next Thursday to Saturday.
In or out, as the Brexit drama continues in Westminster, The Dukes in Lancaster marks this moment in history in a unique way next Wednesday and Thursday. Empire To Exit will be performed in The Round, days before Britain leaves the European Union—or not!
An Edinburgh Fringe First award-winning show, The Shape of the Pain, about a love affair, seen through the eyes of someone with Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, is at Edge Hill arts centre near Ormskirk next Monday.
National Dance Company Wales presents Awakening at Blackpool Grand on Wednesday night.
The Worst Witch flies into The Lowry in Salford next Tuesday with an action-packed adventure for the stage.
Love is in the air at The Lowry in Salford next week with Binaural Dinner Date.
Creditors is staged in the intimate studio at Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake from tonight to April 20, along with five special performances of Miss Julie, which will then go on rural tour.
Heart of Darkness, a new adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s novel seen in Lancaster this week, moves on to Theatre By The lake in Keswick from Tuesday to Saturday.
Annie comes to Storyhouse in Chester from Monday to Saturday. Anita Dobson stars as Miss Hannigan.
HOME’s annual Viva festival in Manchester continues until April 13.