What's on in the North East
6 February 2022
Reporter: Peter Lathan
On Sunday, and again on Sunday 27 February, Fascinating Aïda are at Newcastle Theatre Royal.
Northern Stage presents its in-house production of The Invisible Man in Stage 3 from Tuesday until 19 February.
Frim Tuesday to Saturday, Bonnie and the Bonnettes present Drag Me to Love at Live Theatre.
Tree, a new play by Gary Kitching & Steve Byron, runs at Alphabetti from Tuesday until Saturday.
On Saturday, Catherine Cookson’s The Cinder Path, adapted by Paul Dunn, comes to the Tyne Theatre and Opera House.
Disney’s Beauty and the Beast the Musical at Sunderland Empire runs until 19 February.
At The Customs House this week, Theatre Space NE presents The Girl in the Machine by Stef Smith on Thursday, followed on Friday by Ballet Theatre UK’s The Snow Queen.
Rendez-Vous Dance’s The Monocle comes to Alnwick Playhouse on Friday.
On Sunday (13 February) and Monday (14) Catherine Cookson’s The Cinder Path, adapted by Paul Dunn, comes to The Phoenix Theatre in Blyth.
Theatre Space NE presents The Girl in the Machine by Stef Smith at The Exchange, North Shields on Friday at 8:00.
Awkward Productions presents How to Live a Jellicle Life by Linus Karp at Laurels, Whitley Bay on Friday and Saturday.
Friends! The Musical Parody visits The Gala, Durham, on Friday.
The Tiger Who Came to Tea (for age 5+) comes to Billingham Forum on Monday and Tuesday (various times). Then on Wednesday at 1:30 Quantum Theatre presents Macbeth, followed on Sunday at 4:00 and 7:00 by Friends! The Musical Parody.
On Thursday Middlesbrough Theatre presents Round the Horne.
Rendez-Vous Dance’s The Monocle comes to Hartlepool Borough Hall on Saturday.
Rendez-Vous Dance’s The Monocle is at Darlington Hippodrome on Thursday.