24 November 2019
Reporter: David Upton
Musical theatre leading lady Ria Jones make her Manchester Royal Exchange debut as the formidable Momma Rose when Gypsy opens at the venue next Saturday.
Middle Ground Theatre Company returns to the Grand in Blackpool with Agatha Christie’s classic Miss Marple Mystery A Murder Is Announced. It runs from next Tuesday to Saturday, with Wednesday and Saturday matinées.
Suzi Ruffell brings her new show Dance Like Everyone’s Watching to The Lowry in Salford next Thursday.
Bryony Kimmings’s I’m A Phoenix, Bitch comes to HOME Manchester, from Tuesday to Saturday.
Manchester poet, playwright, and performer Chanje Kunda debuts her one-woman show Plant Fetish at HOME in Manchester, where it was performed as a work-in-progress in January's PUSH Festival, from Wednesday to Saturday.
Nine Lessons and Carols for Curious People comes to The Lowry in Salford next Friday and Saturday.
A pop-up horror experience comes to Manchester from next Friday. Survive the Nightmare runs to January 12 at a central Manchester location.
A new adaptation of The Marriage of Figaro, The Marriage of Kim K, is at Theatre by the Lake’s Studio next Saturday.
How To Be Amazingly Happy! launched in World Childless Week at Theatre Deli in Sheffield comes to Waterside in Sale on Friday.
The Scouse Snow White is at the Royal Court, Liverpool until January 18.