NW Productions

Published: 23 February 2020
Reporter: David Upton

Rufus Norris’s award-winning production of Kander and Ebb’s musical Cabaret is at the Palace Theatre, Manchester from Tuesday to Saturday.

Quality Street, a rare revival of J M Barrie’s farce, will head to The Lowry in Salford from Tuesday to Saturday (hear director Laurie Sansom talk about this production on the BTG podcast).

One Good Night is back at Hope Mill Theatre in Manchester Tuesday to Saturday for its full-length première.

Bourgeois & Maurice bring a world première production of Insane Animals to HOME in Manchester from Friday to March 14.

Patrick Ness’s novel A Monster Calls is brought to life in an Olivier Award-winning stage production at The Lowry in Salford Tuesday to Saturday.

The Epstein Theatre in Liverpool sees the world premiere of new riotous comedy Health and Safety next Friday and Saturday .

Leo&hyde are back at Theatre by the Lake’s Studio on Tuesday with Guy: A New Musical.

Performance poet Harry Baker will perform at The Ferret, Fylde Road, Preston next Thursday as part of his I Am 10,000 tour.

Theatregoers explore technology’s effect upon compassion when spoken word show The Empathy Experiment arrives at The Dukes in Lancaster next Thursday.

Comedienne Lucy Beaumont launches into The Dukes in Lancaster next Saturday with her new show, Space Mam.

Knot is a dance and circus production by performers Nikki and JD that comes to the Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster University next Friday night and again Saturday afternoon.

Russian State Opera returns to Blackpool Grand for two performances over two nights next week.

New Queers on the Block returns to Blackpool with a weekend-long programme of shows, discussions, parties, workshops and events as part of a 2020 UK tour.

The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps mixes storytelling with music at Theatre By The Lake in Keswick next Wednesday.