7 April 2019
Reporter: David Upton
Unsung explores the untold stories of women relegated to the footnotes of history, and arrives in Waterside Arts, Sale next Friday.
Tom Gates is live on stage at Preston Charter Theatre from next Wednesday to Sunday... and if that doesn’t mean much, ask the kids!
The Amazing Adventures of Pinocchio has an Immersion Theatre makeover in a new musical adaptation at the Pavilion Theatre at Blackpool Winter Gardens for four performances next Thursday and Friday.
Hair The Musical is at Manchester Palace Theatre next week, after its small-scale revival in the city last year.
Manchester Royal Exchange artistic director Sarah Frankcom creates a brand-new version of Broadway's biggest musical, West Side Story, to May 25.
Kingdom is just one of the theatre shows in HOME’s annual ¡Viva! festival, which runs this year, its 25th anniversary, until April 13.
Andrea Dunbar’s controversial play Rita, Sue and Bob Too comes to The Lowry in Salford Tuesday to Saturday.
Citrus Theatre Productions takes over The Kings Arms Salford from Wednesday to Saturday with Jim Cartwright’s Two.
Approaching Empty is a new drama from Ishy Din, the award-winning taxi driver-come-playwright, at Oldham Coliseum from next Thursday to Saturday.
A new adaptation of Oscar Wilde’s classic novel The Picture of Dorian Gray comes to Theatre by the Lake in Keswick this week.