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Morecambe: The Man What Brought Us Sunshine
Tim Whitnall's biographical comedy drama celebrating the life of Eric Morecambe from his humble beginnings in music hall to the glory days on television. Paul Hendy directs Bob Golding as the eponymous entertainer.
Apr 18-20, 7.45pm, mat Apr 19, 2.30pm
Tom's Midnight Garden
The Birmingham Stage Company presents David Wood's adaptation of the classic children's story about time travel by Philippa Pearce, where Tom is transported to a secret garden from the past.
Apr 22, 24-26, 7.30pm, mats Apr 26, 2.30pm, Apr 23-25, 10.30am
£17.50, child £12.50
Unnerving, entertaining, funny and dark, Wedekind's definitive play about youth caused riots when it exploded onto the stage in 1906 and has lost none of its provocative power. Brought up to date by award-winning young playwright Anya Reiss and director Ben Kidd, this new version examines the exuberance, intensity and confusion of teenage life today.
Apr 29-May 3, 7.45pm, mats May 1, 3, 2.30pm
£15-£27, Thu 2.30pm £15-£25
Things We Do For Love
Theatre Royal Bath presents Natalie Imbruglia in Alan Ayckbourn's farce, set amongst the residents of three floors of a converted townhouse. Directed by Laurence Boswell.
May 5-10, 7.45pm, mats May 8, 10, 2.30pm
£15-£35, Thu mat £15-£30
'Tis Pity She's A Whore
Cheek by Jowl's production of the 17th century bloody and shocking drama, written by John Ford, about a brother and sister's descent into hell. Directed by Declan Donnellan. Not suitable for ages below 16.
May 13-17, 7.45pm, mat May 17, 2.30pm
The Play That Goes Wrong
Award-winning company Theatre Mischief presents a play-within-a-play about an amateur dramatic society putting on a murder mystery production.
May 19-24, 7.45pm, mats May 22, 24, 2.30pm (BSL Interpreted May 21)
£15-£25, Thu 2.30pm £15-£20
Hetty Feather: Rose Theatre (Over 7s)
Adaptation of Jacqueline Wilson's children's novel.
Jun 3, 6 & 7, 7pm, Jun 8, 5.30pm, mats Jun 7, 3pm, Jun 6, 1.30pm, Jun 5, 10.30am
We're Going On A Bear Hunt: Kenny Wax Ltd (Over 3s)
Michael Rosen's award-winning book is brought vividly and noisily to the stage in director Sally Cookson's fun-filled adaptation set to Benji Bower's versatile lively score.
Jun 4, 4.30pm, mats Jun 4 & 5, 2pm, Jun 6-8, 10.30am, Jun 7 & 8, 12.30pm
The petulant king, Ubu, seizes power in Poland. And Lithuania. And everything else in between. All with the consent of his awful wife. An invading army, however, soon threatens Ubu's pathetic dictatorship. A satire on greed and the abuse of power, written in the 1890s by Alfred Jarry, and directed by Declan Donnellan. Performed in French. Not suitable for ages below 16.
Jun 11-14, 7.45pm, mat Jun 14, 2.30pm
Dial M For Murder
Fiery Angel and director Lucy Bailey's new touring production of Frederick Knott's dark thriller, made famous by the Alfred Hitchcock film, stars Christopher Timothy as Inspector Hubbard.
Jun 17-21, 7.45pm, mats Jun 19, 21, 2.30pm (audio described Jun 21, 2.30pm)
£15-£30, Thu 2.30pm £15-£25
Scamp Theatre presents Simon Reade's adaptation of Michael Morpurgo's novel in which a young soldier traumatised by his First World War experiences awaits a firing squad at dawn. Not suitable for under 8s.
Jun 18, 20, 1.30pm, Jun 19-21, 10.30am
Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby
Three short works including the intense piece, Not I, in which actress Lisa Dwan delivers a stream of consciousness spoken at the speed of thought. Each work is written by Samuel Beckett and directed by Walter Asmus.
The Full Monty
Simon Beaufoy adapts his Oscar-winning screenplay for the smash-hit 1990s film, to create this rip-roaring musical about a group of unemployed Sheffield steelworkers who decide to bare all. Directed by Daniel Evans, Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres.
Oct 13-18, 7.45pm, mats Oct 16, 18, 2.30pm
£15-£35, Thu 2.30pm £15-£30
Horrible Histories: Barmy Britain
The hit book and TV series is brought to the stage in a quirky exploration of the history of Britain.
Oct 28-31, 7.45pm, mats Oct 28-Nov 1, 2pm, Nov 1, 10.30am
£17.50, child £12.50
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