15 March 2020
Reporter: David Upton
Pioneering theatre makers People Show play at the Nuffield Theatre, Lancaster with their latest creation People Show 137: God Knows How Many on Saturday.
Taking a trip down memory lane, Robert Lepage makes a rare visit to the UK with solo show about childhood in Quebec, 887, at The Lowry Wednesday and Thursday..
Play With Fire Productions presents Some Voices by Joe Penhall next Thursday and Friday at The Epstein Theatre, Liverpool and on April 1–3 at The Empty Space, Manchester.
Described as “Black Mirror meets The Handmaid’s Tale”, a darkly comic play, Smile Club, arrives at The Dukes in Lancaster next Tuesday.
Comedy actor Alex Lowe brings the tour of his character Clinton Baptiste—a star of Peter Kaye’s Phoenix Nights—to Lancaster Grand next Thursday.
Educating Rita, starring Stephen Tompkinson as Frank and introducing Jessica Johnson as Rita, comes to the Grand Theatre in Blackpool Monday to Saturday.
Night of the Living Dead - Remix comes to HOME Manchester from Wednesday to Saturday, as part of an extensive national tour.
A “daring and unapologetic examination of black representation in religion and pop culture—with a healthy dose of Beyoncé” is promised in Idol, at the Royal Exchange in Manchester Thursday to Saturday.
Keswick’s Theatre by the Lake is a partner venue for 2020’s National Theatre Connections festival from Tuesday to Thursday.
Emergence comes to Waterside with a triple bill of virtuosic dance works next Saturday.
Theatre by the Lake welcomes Vamos Theatre to its Main House stage on Wednesday with brand new production Dead Good.