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NW Productions

Published: 14 April 2019

The Lady Boys of Bangkok return to Preston Charter Theatre on Monday night.

A new play about Lancashire, by its people, premières in Chorley next week before touring the county. Lancastrians opens at Chorley Town Hall April 16–20 before touring to Burnley Library April 22–24, Plungington Community Centre in Preston April 26–28, The Dukes in Lancaster May 1–4 and Stanley Park Visitors Centre in Blackpool May 6–8, ending its run at The Artz Centre in Skelmersdale May 9–11.

There’s another chance next week to catch the stage adaptation of Joseph Conrad's novel Heart of Darkness at The Lowry in Salford from Tuesday to Thursday.

A new production of Willy Russell’s Educating Rita opens in the Main House at Theatre by the Lake in Keswick next week starring TV actor Stephen Tompkinson.

Oldham Coliseum’s production of Visitors opens next Thursday.

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat arrives at Storyhouse in Chester April 16–20.

Following the intergenerational show The Space Between Us, the Royal Exchange Theatre’s Elders and Young Company come together once again this Wednesday and Thursday to present Adieu conceived in a month as a rapid response to home, national identity and Britishness.

Leading puppet theatre company Odd Doll takes a trip to the seaside in Seaside Terror at Sale’s Waterside Arts Centre next Thursday.

David Upton