Touring theatre podcast episodes
Maliphant tours new VortexRussell Maliphant Dance Company will begin a UK tour of its new project Vortex at DanceEast Ipswich, where the company is in residence.
Much Ado in Sheffield and elsewhereSheffield Theatres has announced the full cast for its production of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
Ghost story première in BlackpoolBlue Peter star Peter Duncan is in a Blackpool Grand première of ghost story When Darkness Falls.
RTDI callout for dance in rural areasThe third phase of Rural Touring Dance Initiative has received national funding.
Cast revealed for Rambert’s Peaky BlindersPeaky Blinders: The Redemption of Thomas Shelby is a dance theatre show written by Peaky Blinders creator Steven Knight.
RSC production to focus on climate changeThe Royal Shakespeare Company’s 'First Encounters with Shakespeare' Twelfth Night in schools and theatres across the country will focus on “the climate crisis”.
Everybody's Talking About second tourEverybody’s Talking About Jamie is embarking on a second UK tour from September next year.
Wynter and summer in BlackpoolSixties pop singer Mark Wynter returns to Blackpool this summer in Dreamboats & Petticoats Bringing on Back the Good Times.
Talawa tours The TideLeading black UK theatre company Talawa is on tour with outdoor production The Tide, which highlights experiences of migration in the UK.
Johannes back on tourTV dancing star Johannes Radebe is presenting Johannes Radebe: Freedom Unleashed, after his debut UK tour earlier this year.
Sarah & Duck for SalfordThe BAFTA-winning CBeebies series Sarah & Duck’s Big Top Birthday comes to The Lowry, Salford.
Belgrade and Complicité to adapt controversial novelCoventry’s Belgrade Theatre and Complicité are to stage the world première of Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead from Olga Tokarczuk’s novel.
Jon Culshaw is Flying High with Les in ChorleyWhen Jon Culshaw takes to the stage of his hometown’s Chorley Theatre on Sunday night, one funnyman with deep Lancashire roots will be paying tribute to another...
Some Mothers in St HelensThe 1970s classic TV comedy Some Mothers Do ’Ave ’Em arrives at St Helens Theatre Royal.
Mousetrap springs backAgatha Christie’s iconic thriller The Mousetrap heads to Manchester Opera House.
The Osmonds: A New Musical
Royo Twins Entertainment , Vicky Nojesproduction, Krall Entertainment, Aria Entertainment and Guy James Theatrical
Palace Theatre, Manchester
Singin' in the Rain
Michael Harrison and Jonathan Church, Chichester Festival Theatre
Jamie Wilson, Jonathan Church Theatre Productions, Gavin Kalin and Chichester Festival Theatre
Opera House, Manchester
Bat Out Of Hell The Musical
David Sonenberg, Michael Cohl and Tony Smith
The Lyric, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Singin’ in the Rain
Michael Harrison and Jonathan Church, Chichester Festival Theatre and Stage Entertainment
Alhambra Theatre, Bradford
Jamie Wilson and Whoopi Goldberg, Kevin McCollum, Gavin Kalin, Robbie Wilson and Curve
Palace Theatre, Manchester