The Grand Theatre, Blackpool announces an exciting new programme of shows for Autumn/ Winter 2017. With an incredible line-up of drama, musicals, dance, opera, music and comedy – there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Blackpool’s own Maureen Nolan will join Jennifer Ellison, Jake Quickenden* and Scott Gallagher as Mrs Darling in the stellar line up for Blackpool Opera House’s magical family Christmas adventure, Peter Pan (16th December 2017 – 07th January 2018).
Billed as The Greatest Show on Earth, do you have tickets to witness Barnum tell his own story and watch his life unfold in this spectacular youth production of a show made famous by Jim Dale and Michael Crawford?
Rehearsals are underway for Wakefield Youth Music Theatre’s take on the Olivier Award-winning Madness musical Our House, running at Theatre Royal Wakefield from Wednesday 30th August to Saturday 9th September.
Now seen by over 1 million people worldwide, music fans are invited to the biggest party of the year as the unstoppable Magic of Motown show steams into Preston.
Prepare yourself for 40 back-to-back classic Motown hits, glittering costume changes, dazzling dance moves and outstanding musicianship in this explosive concert experience.
Taking you on a whistle stop tour from the heart of London’s theatre land to the glitz of Broadway, the critically acclaimed MAD ABOUT THE MUSICALS will be visiting Preston for one night only on 22nd September when it plays at the cities Guild Hall - celebrating the very best songs from the shows we all know and love!
Strictly Come Dancing dance professionals Ian Waite and Oti Mabuse are coming to St Helens as part of a major new national UK tour in 2018.
An Audience With Ian Waite & Oti Mabuse – Rhythm of the Night promises dance fans an extravaganza of high intensity Latin and Ballroom favourites in one thrilling evening at St Helens Theatre Royal on Friday 18th May 2018 and tickets are on sale now.
The Civic, Barnsley plays host to creative companies in the North as they develop new and exciting pieces of art through CARP (Civic Artist Residency Programme.)
Leeds theatre-makers team up with screenwriter Lisa Holdsworth to develop UNSUNG, a new piece of feminist theatre charting the untold stories of the women who made – or ought to have made – British history.
A single spotlight illuminates a detective stood under a streetlight, fog swirls around his feet as he lights his cigar, a saxophone player leans against a brick wall playing jazz that echoes around the streets. Welcome to the world of NOIR.
Straight from their critically acclaimed performances in Australia, The Farm presents the first UK tour of Cockfight, an exhilarating duet of extreme physical theatre that explores male behaviour and intergenerational conflicts.
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