9 February 2020
Reporter: David Upton
Welcome to Shangri La, by BAFTA 2020 Breakthrough Brit Gemma Langford, is at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester Tuesday to February 20.
Writer and performer Sorcha McCaffrey brings her Ladybones performance to The Dukes in Lancaster next Wednesday, following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe.
Born to Manifest, from choreographer Joseph Toonga—at The Lowry in Salford next Thursday—draws from real life to look at cultural identity and challenge racial stigma.
Manchester-born singer David Julien celebrates two years starring in Thriller Live in the West End by headlining the show in his home city next week.
Extraordinary Wall of Silence, a new devised show from Bristol-based Ad Infinitum, traces the oppression and ignorance faced by the Deaf community. It’s at HOME in Manchester from Wednesday to February 22.
Two of the UK’s most innovative theatre companies, Gecko and Mind the Gap, join forces to present a little space, which opens a UK tour at HOME in Manchester from Wednesday to Saturday.
Oh What A Night makes a special Valentine’s Day visit to the Grand Theatre in Blackpool next Friday.
Comedian Josh Widdicombe brings his Bit Much tour to Blackpool Grand next Saturday.
Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah performs The Vultures’ Song by award-winning children’s playwright Mike Kenny at Waterside on Sunday.