Touring theatre podcast episodes
Curious Incident starts new tour in SalfordCurious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time launches its third UK tour at The Lowry in Salford.
Russell and Triplett reunite for Piaf in NottinghamJenna Russell and Sally Ann Triplett are to reunite for their first performance together since 1987 when they appear in the Nottingham Playhouse and Leeds Playhouse co-production of Piaf.
Sheila's Island appearing in GuildfordYvonne Arnaud Theatre will produce Sheila's Island, a new version of Tim Firth's comedy Neville's Island, as its first self-produced work for several years.
Liverpool novelist’s third memoir on stage in DarlingtonA play based on the third of novelist Helen Forrester’s memoirs about her childhood and youth is coming to Darlington.
Canadian singer returns to the NE with two showsCanadian singer Melanie Gall returns to the North East for a short tour featuring two shows.
Musical classic heads to NewcastleThe classic musical Singin’ in the Rain is heading for Newcastle next year
NE director to tour children’s version of Orwell classicNE born director Robert Icke is to tour a children’s version of George Orwell’s classic Animal Farm.
The Dog in the Night-Time returns to SunderlandThe Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time is coming back to Sunderland Empire this year.
Day out in BlackpoolDarren Day joins the cast of Footloose The Musical as Reverend Moore when the UK tour is at Blackpool Winter Gardens July 20–25.
A new shot at the Living DeadNight of the Living Dead re-created shot-for-shot comes to HOME Manchester.
Elysium will look back in angerDurham’s Elysium Theatre Company is to present Look Back in Anger in May
Absurd nights out in OldhamLondon Classic Theatre returns to Oldham with Alan Ayckbourn’s comic play Absurd Person Singular.
TV actress in Mersey dramaStockport’s Lucy Dixon swaps the TV screen for live theatre in By The Waters Of Liverpool.
Odd odyssey for Liverpool troupeLiverpool's international theatre troupe Teatro Pomodoro returns to the city with a new show this April.
Waitress service in ManchesterThe first-ever UK and Ireland tour of Broadway and West End musical Waitress is coming to Manchester Opera House.
Queer Lady M for Sale1623 Theatre Company brings its new show Queer Lady M to Waterside, Sale, February 29 as part of a 2020 national tour.
Perfect Nonsense at the DukesJeeves and Wooster turn up in Perfect Nonsense at The Dukes in Lancaster.
Curtains for Opera HouseJoining Jason Manford when Curtains comes to Blackpool Opera House will be Ore Oduba as Aaron Fox.
Operatic triple treat for ChesterEnglish Touring Opera returns to Storyhouse in Chester with Handel’s Giulio Cesare, Mozart’s Così fan tutte and the St John Passion by J S Bach.
Lost Happy Endings in Darlington starts tourballetLORENT begins a national tour of The Lost Happy Endings at Darlington Hippodrome.
Quiz Night coming to a venue near you?A UK tour of a new production, The Last Quiz Night on Earth, could be coming to a venue near you.
Paul Simon show homeward boundA stage show celebrating the life and music of Paul Simon has more tour dates for 2020.
Girl power goes on tourA new production of Emma Rice’s musical adaptation of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers is set to tour.
RSC to present Wars of the Roses in StratfordThe Royal Shakespeare Company will stage all three parts of Henry VI in the Swan Theatre, Stratford as part of its winter 2020 season.
Love Never Dies tour includes ManchesterThe first-ever UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Love Never Dies will play Manchester Opera House.
Monster of a writing challengeA creative writing challenge has been launched alongside the UK tour of A Monster Calls.
Peter Andre smoothes his way into GreasePeter Andre will star—at certain venues—in the 2020 UK tour of Grease.
Guy musical returns to the regionGuy: A New Musical, that premièred in 2018, comes to the Waterside in Sale.
Ballet world première for ManchesterEnglish National Ballet will create a new version of the classic 19th century ballet Raymonda to be given a world première in Manchester.
RSC to produce “miracle” play The Winter’s TaleWilliam Shakespeare’s The Winter’s Tale “is not a problem play but a miracle of a play which turns and twists at lightning speed and with acute understanding of the human heart,” according to Erica Whyman who will direct it for the Royal Shakespeare Company.
Acosta Danza Evolution
Acosta Danza / Dance Consortium
Donald Gordon Auditorium, Wales Millennium Centre
Theatre Royal Plymouth, Actors Touring Company and Orange Tree Theatre
The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth
Pilot Theatre, Belgrade Theatre, Derby Theatre and York Theatre Royal
York Theatre Royal
I Think We Are Alone
Frantic Assembly production with Theatre Royal Plymouth, co-produced by Curve
Theatre Royal Stratford East
The Marriage of Figaro
Welsh National Opera and Grand Theatre de Geneve
Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
The Strange Tale of Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel
Told by an Idiot with Theatre Royal Plymouth, Royal & Derngate Northampton an...
Northern Stage, Newcastle
Les vêpres siciliennes
Welsh National Opera and Theater Bonn
Donald Gordon Theatre, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff
Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense
The Theatre, Chipping Norton, Homegrown and the Barn Theatre, Cirencester
The Theatre, Chipping Norton