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Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre In York
Pop-up Rose Theatre inspired venue hosts new productions of
Twenty-five years of Frantic Assembly
A year long celebration of Frantic Assembly's 25th anniversary includes headlining Latitude, the world première of Sally Abbott's
I Think We Are Alone
co-directed by Kathy Burke and Scott Graham and a new training programme for women.
Playwrights of tomorrow
350 teenaged students participated in the National Theatre New Views playwriting competition. Applications are open for the next prize as this year's winner sees her work produced at The Dorfman Theatre.
What's on in the Midlands
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 10 June.
Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday June 9.
What's on in the North East
Professional theatre productions in the North East in the week beginning Monday 10 June 2019.
A monster is coming to Newcastle
2019 Best Entertainment and Family Olivier Award winner
A Monster Calls
is heading to Newcastle.
Strictly's Ore joins Curtains
Tony award-winning musical
Strictly Come Dancing
’s Ore Oduba in the Manchester run.
Susan Boyle back on tour
Following her return to the
Britain’s Got Talent
stage, Susan Boyle is heading back out on tour.
Opening envelope on play with a difference
Iranian playwright Nassim Soleimanpour's work requires no rehearsals and no preparation—just a sealed envelope and a different actor each night.
Developing young actors in Bolton
Young Octagon, being launched in Bolton, will focus on developing young actors.
Quick Guide to Ruining Your Life in Salford
An award-winning writer and director join forces with a local actor-producer to offer a new piece of live performance.
Oldham Coliseum lays out new season
Oldham Coliseum Theatre sees classic comedies from three of Britain’s most prolific writers combine with new dramas in its forthcoming autumn and winter season.
100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace in Sale
Forget About The Dog brings
100 Ways to Tie a Shoelace
to Waterside, Sale.
King-sized tribute to Martyn Hett
Britain’s Got Talent
semi-finalist Rob King will perform in a stage play about his close friend Martyn Hett, who lost his life in the Manchester Arena bombing.
Radio Local coming your way
Live art collaboration Hunt & Darton will travel the country with
Second screening for ENO operas
English National Opera’s
The Pirates Of Penzance
are to be re-broadcast in regional cinemas.
£5 tickets for Liverpool creatives
Liverpool’s Unity Theatre launches a £5 ticket scheme for creatives.
Making Contact with public culture
Contact Young Company and Young Identity are joining forces with Manchester Art Gallery.
A good knight's work
Sir Ian McKellen’s debut at the Dukes Playhouse in Lancaster last month helped the venue raise more than £23,000.