12 May 2019
Reporter: David Upton
A Home for Grief is an experience for one person at a time that begins with a sound walk through the streets of Lancaster and is performed next Thursday and Friday.
A stage adaptation of author Peter James’s The House on Cold Hill comes to Manchester’s Opera House next week.
The Rite Of Spring is springing up all over the region. After a Haitian-inspired performance in Keswick last week, comes a reimagined Indian dance version of the iconic ballet at The Lowry in Salford next week.
Three Emos is a new musical that looks at dementia from the perspective of grandchildren. It’s at Oldham Coliseum Theatre’s Studio next Wednesday.
It’s tea at four and handbags at dawn as The Queen and Margaret Thatcher collide in satirical comedy Handbagged at Oldham Coliseum Theatre, from Tuesday until June 1.
Aspiring young performers at The Dukes in Lancaster take to the stage to present their annual double bill of drama next Wednesday and Thursday.
The Circus House, Manchester's only dedicated circus skills and performance arts company, is heading to Z-Arts on Friday and Saturday with a reimagining of Edgar Rice Burroughs's classic tale in Anna of the Jungle.