1 March 2020
Reporter: David Upton
Birmingham Royal Ballet’s Swan Lake will tour to The Lowry in Salford from Wednesday to Saturday.
The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson, the political comedy from journalist, broadcaster and playwright Jonathan Maitland, comes to The Lowry in Salford Monday to Saturday.
Little Wimmin, at HOME in Manchester from next Thursday, is an irreverent take on Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel.
Augmented, at the Royal Exchange in Manchester from Thursday to Saturday, is writer and performer Sophie Woolley’s second solo show to tour the UK.
Northern Broadsides’ regency romcom Quality Street comes to The Dukes in Lancaster from Tuesday to Saturday.
Students from Preston Uclan’s second year acting degree course perform Maxim Gorky’s play Summerfolk at the campus’s Media Factory from Wednesday to Saturday.
Award-winning stand-up, podcaster and author Sofie Hagen brings her brand new show The Bumswing to The Dukes in Lancaster next Saturday.
Curtains stars Jason Manford as Detective Frank Cioffi and Strictly Come Dancing star Ore Oduba as Aaron Fox when it comes to Blackpool Winter Gardens Tuesday to Saturday.
Turn back time at the Grand in Blackpool next Friday with Believe—The Cher Songbook.
Count Arthur Strong asks Is There Anybody Out There? at the Grand in Blackpool next Saturday.
Ben Fogle presents Tales From The Wilderness at Blackpool Grand next Sunday.
One of the West End and Broadway’s most instantly recognisable voices and leading ladies Marisha Wallace brings her first-ever UK tour to Sale, south of Manchester, next Sunday.
Internationally-acclaimed, Leeds-based Phoenix Dance Theatre returns to Keswick on Wednesday to present Black Waters in Theatre By The Lake’s Main House.
Words By The Water Festival at Keswick’s Theatre By The Lake runs from next Friday to March 15 with a host of acclaimed authors.