What's on in the North East

Published: 27 January 2013
Reporter: Peter Lathan

The Plughole
Save the Last Dance for Me
Canary Gold

Save the Last Dance for Me comes to the Theatre Royal in Newcastle from Monday to Saturday.

From Wednesday to Friday Hannah Jane Walker and Chris Thorpe bring The Oh F**k Moment to Northern Stage.

Half Moon and Tam Tam Theatre present Curious (for the under 3s) on Wednesday at 10am, 11.30am and 2pm at Arts Centre Washington. This is followed on Thursday by the Customs House production of Men of the Tyne.

Music and spoken word production RiverRuns comes to the Customs House in South Shields on Tuesday, followed on Saturday by Tales for the Turning Year: Salt, another production in the same vein.

The touring production of Michael Morpurgo’s The Farm Boy is at Alnwick Playhouse on Wednesday and on Friday Théâtre Sans Frontières and Teatro Tamaska present Canary Gold in English, Spanish and French (with surtitles).

Canary Gold is also at the Maltings in Berwick on Wednesday and Thursday.

At the Low Lights Tavern in North Shields from Monday to Wednesday, Cloud Nine presents The Plughole (Life Goes Down the Drain).

Men of the Tyne comes to Durham’s Gala Theatre on Sunday.

ARC Stockton’s ARCADE Scratch Night: New Writing Special returns on Wednesday.

Plaze Suite is at the Middlesbrough Theatre from Wednesday to Saturday.

The Russian State Ballet and Orchestra of Siberia are at Darlington Civic Theatre on Thursday with La Fille Mal Gardée, Swan Lake on Friday and The Nutcracker on Saturday and Sunday.

LipService bring Inspector Norse to the Harrogate Theatre on Tuesday.