Published: 9 September 2018
Preston Guild Hall’s Lancaster Suite hosts the first of its monthly Wednesday matinée performances by the Don’t Go Into The Cellar theatre company.
Acclaimed for their uncanny portrayal of the legendary comedy duo Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, actors Ian Ashpitel and Jonty Stephens begin their national tour of An Evening of Eric & Ern at Lancaster Grand Theatre next Thursday.
The Dukes in Lancaster steps into its new season by hosting a double bill of dance with a difference next Thursday. Succession is presented by Lancaster-based LPM Dance Theatre, a Dukes Associate Company, and is an evening with inclusivity at its heart featuring dancers and choreographers with and without disabilities.
Matt Terry, the winner of 2016’s X Factor, plays Alex The Lion in the brand-new stage adaptation of Madagascar—The Musical which comes to the Opera House in Blackpool.
After the success of its multi award-winning comedy The Play That Goes Wrong, Mischief Theatre's first UK tour of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery comes to The Lowry in Salford from Tuesday to Saturday.
A new production of Macbeth, using Shakespeare’s classic text, has been touring outdoor venues around the country and finishes up with three performances indoors, and out, in Manchester from tomorrow to Sunday. The dates will take place in the historic location of Angel Meadow and at the home of Manchester Actors’ Platform, 53two.
Carnival of Eternal Light theatre company is back with its new production Elysiad. It premières at The Way Theatre, Atherton, Manchester next Thursday to Saturday.
Wigan-based playwright David Chriscole gives a voice to the silent battle faced by many of the UK’s military veterans in Citadel at The Kings Arms in Salford from Tuesday to Saturday.