Liverpool’s spookiest Halloween experience is back. And it promises to be bigger, darker and scarier than ever.
After the success of last year’s Chamber of Horrors, Lovehistory is returning to the resting ground of the unsaved deep beneath historic St George’s Hall this October.
The West End sensation Dreamboats and Petticoats returns to Sheffield from Monday 26th June – Saturday 1st July, telling a classic story of teenage love set to some of the most iconic rock ‘n’ roll songs of all time.
The iconic, world famous Teletubbies, who this year celebrate their 20th anniversary are to star in their first ever live theatre show created especially for little ones, which will have its world premiere at the Palace Theatre in Manchester in November.
X-Factor winner Will Young and Strictly Come Dancing runner up Louise Redknapp star in multi award winning classic Cabaret when it hits Leeds in October.
Following the huge success of “A One Night Stand with Musical Theatre” featuring Louise Dearman earlier this month, North West End are teaming up with Jordan Smart to bring you another night of musical theatre, but this time with a twist!
HOME Manchester are staging another challenging participatory experience where audience members explore a series of secret locations across the city centre casting a light on the murky world of undercover surveillance.
Northern Rep and The Great Northern Warehouse, are putting on a script in hand performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream by William Shakespeare this weekend, in aid of the Manchester Victim’s Fund, started by the Manchester Evening News following Monday night’s tragic events.
X Factor winner Sam Bailey will star alongside Jodie Prenger in the world premiere of stage musical Fat Friends at Leeds Grand Theatre.
The former prison officer made national headlines when she unexpectedly won the tenth series of The X Factor, and had the Christmas number one with her first single, ‘Skyscraper’.
I was pleased to catch up with director, Pip Bradshaw, and chair, Ruth Gibb, to find out about their forthcoming production, the origins of which lie with writers trying to find a new vehicle for Shane Richie after he’d played Danny Zuko in Grease, and so Boogie Nights was born: a jukebox musical which, featuring some of the best disco songs of the 1970’s, tells the story of Roddy and Debs and involves a pregnancy, cheating on partners, and a wedding. So, a little adult content which necessitates parental guidance but most definitely nothing to do with the movie of the same name.
Orbit Festival is back for a second year at HOME Manchester with some exciting new commissions, including Javaad Alipoor’s The Believers Are But Brothers, and Daniel Bye’s Instructions for Border Crossing.
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