What's on in the North East
14 October 2012
Reporter: Peter Lathan
Oliver! continues at Newcastle Theatre Royal until 3rd November.
Inua Ellams presents his Black T-Shirt Collection at Northern Stage on Tuesday and Wednesday. From Tuesday to Saturday the Shakespeare Schools Festival runs at the venue.
The Haunting, ghost stories by Charles Dickens adapted by Hugh Janes, comes to the Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre from Monday to Saturday.
On Saturday James Wilton Dance brings its triple bill of In Cycles, Cave and Falling Unknown to Dance City in Newcastle.
From Thursday to Saturday Birmingham Royal Ballet presents Swan Lake at Sunderland Empire.
The Guest comes to Arts Centre Washington on Thursday.
Fiona Knowles MsFits Theatre Co. brings Stick Granny on the Roof Rack to the Customs House in South Shields on Wednesday.
Amazing Grace! is at Alnwick Playhouse from Wednesday to Friday.
Stick Granny on the Roof Rack comes to Maltings in Berwick on Friday.
And Stick Granny on the Roof Rack is also at the Queen’s Hall in Hexham on Tuesday, followed on Saturday by Ballet Cymru’s production of The Tempest.
From Thursday to Saturday balletLORENT premieres its new production of Rapunzel at Durham’s Gala Theatre.
Inua Ellams and his Black T-Shirt Collection comes to the Arc in Stockton on Thursday.
The touring production of Great Expectations stops off at Darlington Civic from Tuesday to Saturday.
Moscow Ballet – La Classique presents The Nutcracker at Harrogate Royal Hall on Monday.