After nearly a decade since the last UK tour sold out in only a few days, Cameron Mackintosh is delighted to announce his acclaimed Broadway production of Boublil and Schönberg’s musical LES MISÉRABLES will return to Manchester’s Palace Theatre (19th February – 30th March 2019) as part of a major UK and Ireland tour, with tickets going on sale later this year.
Kneehigh’s visually dazzling version of The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk crash lands into West Yorkshire Playhouse from 20th – 24th March.
Marc and Bella Chagall are the flying lovers of Vitebsk who were partners in life and are they are immortalised as the picture of romance. On canvas they flew but in their turbulent lives they walked through some of the most devastating times in history.
Front page news, multi award writer/director Craig Hepworth and multi award winning Vertigo Theatre Productions (Porno Chic, Last Dance, Noir, Watching Goldfish Suffocate, Ascension, M etc.) are set to unleash the killer new play ‘Fake News’ at The Kings Arms, Salford from April 18th – 28th (press night Friday 20th).
St Helens Theatre Royal is delighted to welcome its new spring season, jam-packed with a host of incredible shows. Featuring magical pantomimes and the very best in family entertainment; an array of sensational live music performances; sporting legends and hilarious comedians; there is sure to be something for all over the coming months.
Berwick Kaler must now hold the world record for continuous service as a panto dame and he has announced the title of his 40th pantomime at the Theatre Royal where he has become a festive fixture.
West End legend Martine McCutcheon is back with a 20 date promoting her new album Lost and Found including a night at Pavilion Theatre, Rhyl on Saturday 12th May.
The UK ‘Up Close and Personal’ tour will see the happily married mother of a 2 year old playing the songs she co-wrote on the album with her husband, the multi-instrumentalist/vocalist Jack McManus.
An ordinary West Yorkshire family leading a fully grown tiger around the streets of Holmfirth on a lead sounds just like as fanciful as any classic fairy tale but it actually happened.
The Overend Family were a former circus act who brought the tiger back to West Yorkshire as the second world war broke out and Fenella became a much loved local character.
Casting has been completed for James Graham’s timely political drama This House which opens at West Yorkshire Playhouse on Friday 23rd February.
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