16 February 2020
Reporter: David Upton
The world première of Back To The Future The Musical opens at Manchester Opera House Thursday, for a 12-week season.
The Little Prince travels across the galaxy to land in Z-arts, Manchester from Thursday to Saturday.
James Fritz’s modern thriller Four Minutes Twelve Seconds comes to Oldham Coliseum from Friday.
Award-winning duo Thick & Tight present a programme of works combining dance, mime, queer culture and outsider art at The Lowry in Salford Monday night.
Keswick’s Theatre By The Lake welcomes Riot Act to its Studio space on Tuesday, looking at the struggles and gains of the LGBTQ+ community over the last 60 years.
Theatre by the Lake welcomes The Elves and the Shoemaker on Tuesday and Wednesday for ages three and older.
UCLAN drama students’ final third year production, Twelfth Night, is at St Peters Arts Centre in the city Wednesday to Saturday.
Nathaniel Hall brings First Time to The Dukes in Lancaster Tuesday and Wednesday: an autobiographical solo show about growing up positive in a negative world.
Lancaster Arts presents RED by Liz Lea on Wednesday at the Nuffield Theatre.
A season of family theatre at The Dukes in Lancaster gets underway Friday with new show Wolf!
Comedian Lou Sanders returns to The Dukes in Lancaster Friday as part of a UK tour: Say Hello To Your New Step-mummy.
The Sound of Music fills Blackpool’s Opera House next week.
After seven sold-out seasons at Sadler’s Wells in London, the award-winning Tango Fire will perform at Blackpool’s Grand Theatre for one night only next Sunday.