3 November 2019
Reporter: David Upton
An adaptation of Arthur Conan Doyle’s gothic classic The Hound of the Baskervilles is coming to The Dukes in Lancaster Wednesday to Saturday.
Dancer, choreographer and historian Seeta Patel performs her one-woman show, Not Today’s Yesterday, at Lancaster Nuffield Theatre next Thursday.
Only Fools and Horses star John Challis, a household name for his portrayal of used car dealer Boycie in the hit TV show, brings his one-man theatre show to the Platform in Morecambe Thursday.
The 100th performance of a hit international show comes ‘home’ to Lancaster’s Gregson Centre next Friday. Going Viral, by Daniel Bye, has never been performed in Lancaster, Daniel’s current home town, until now.
Musical comedy satirists Jonny & The Baptists return to The Dukes in Lancaster with their new show next Friday.
Writer and director Neil Bartlett has travelled across the UK and beyond interviewing 100 people to create 24 Hours Of Peace, a new national public artwork dedicated to the work of peace taking place at the Royal Exchange Theatre on Remembrance Sunday.
Following the success of his last play, Married. But Lonely, Chris Leicester’s latest play The Incident Pit comes to Waterside, Sale.
Singer and comedienne Liza Pulman is on the final leg of her latest tour celebrating the life and music of Barbra Streisand and is at the Grand in Blackpool next Saturday.