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NW Productions

Published: 2 June 2019
Reporter: David Upton

The world première of Club Tropicana The Musical, with a soundtrack of pop classics, comes to Manchester Opera House.

Manchester Royal Exchange stages a new version of Hobson’s Choice until July 6.

More tickets have been released for The Book of Mormon, the hit Broadway musical that comes to Manchester Palace Theatre from next Thursday.

Opera North returns to the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester next Tuesday with Aida, a concert staging of Verdi’s Egyptian epic

Six-headed comedy band Alex Horne and The Horne Section is on a 36-date tour that brings them to several regional venues over the next month. They are at The Lowry in Salford next Thursday, then at Ulverston Hall July 11 and Lancaster Grand July 12.

A cast of stage and screen performers—who appear both in person and in filmed footage—star in the Northern première of The Exonerated at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester from next week.

ThisEgg’s award-winning show dressed.—about reclaiming one’s body, female friendship and the healing power of clothes—is at HOME in Manchester from June 4-8.

Writer and performer Urielle Klein-Mekongo brings her autobiographical show Yvette to Manchester Royal Exchange Studio from June 6–8.

Actress Georgina Ambrey makes her professional stage debut as Little Voice in Theatre by the Lake’s production of Jim Cartwright’s play The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, which opens in the Keswick venue’s main house next Thursday.