Bowel movements might not seem a likely source for drama - but Liz Richardson has an embarrassing problem she wants to talk about and frankly the yogurts aren’t helping!
Iconic rock opera Tommy visits the Crucible from Thursday 22nd June – Saturday 1st July, featuring two new songs written by legendary lead songwriter of The Who, Pete Townshend.
All Or Nothing, the new Small Faces musical sensation, is heading to Chester’s newest arts venue as part of its latest UK tour.
The show first opened to critical acclaim in March 2016 at the Vaults Theatre in London, where it received nightly standing ovations. After extending its sold-out run, the show then embarked on its first UK tour. And now, five performances at Storyhouse have been announced as part of its third UK tour.
David Jones is just another cog in the city’s giant wheel, someone who is struggling to come to terms with the world around him and the challenges he faces. Then one untimely mistake forces him out…to BoHo.
The UK’s longest-serving dame Berwick Kaler will be reunited with regular sidekick Martin Barrass and other panto favourites in Jack and the Beanstalk at York Theatre Royal this Christmas.
The traditional family panto sees the return of Martin, who has played the dame’s on-stage ‘son’ for more than 30 years but was missing from last year’s Cinderella line-up after being seriously injured in a road traffic accident.
Northern Broadsides continue their bold 25th anniversary season with the world premiere of For Love or Money adapted by Blake Morrison from Alain-Rene Lesage’s rarely performed eighteenth-century comedy Turcaret.
Son of a Preacher Man today announces that Bad Girls and Coronation Street star Debra Stephenson will create the role of Alison in this heart-warming new musical, joining Diana Vickers in the 2017 tour.
Coronation street legend Tupele Dorgu will read one of three winning monologues of the Octagon Theatre Bolton’s first National Prize.
The three winners were selected from hundreds of submissions from across the globe for the Octagon's inaugural National Prize celebrating the best new monologues.
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.