Jack Studio Theatre Write Now 4 at Jack Studio Theatre
While You Wait
BTG has partnered with Fuel Theatre on a series of podcasts called While You Wait.
The Comedy Theatre Company at Grand Theatre, Blackpool
Live Theatre, Newcastle
Theatre Royal, Bath at Print Room, Notting Hill
Sherman Cymru at Sherman Cymru
National Theatre of Scotland in partnership with Òran Mór at Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh
KPS Productions and HP Productions in association with Pleasance at Theatre503
Salisbury Playhouse at Salisbury Playhouse
New Wimbledon Theatre
Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester and Live Theatre, Newcastle at Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester
Royal Court and Fuel at Royal Court Theatre Upstairs
Ruby in the Dust at Riverside Studios
East London Dance, Sadler’s Wells and Stratford Circus at Lilian Baylis Studio
Ovalhouse and Arch 468 at Ovalhouse Theatre
Northern Ballet at Sadler’s Wells
Northern Spirit at Unity Theatre, Liverpool
Northern Broadsides at Yvonne Arnaud, Guildford
Lazarus Theatre Company at Greenwich Theatre
Oldham Coliseum Theatre
Live Theatre/National Theatre On Tour at Kings Theatre, Edinburgh
Wyvern Theatre Swindon
The Old Vic at The Lyceum, Sheffield
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Half term workshops at the Marlowe and Beaney
Write Here Write Now With Matilda.
Five years of performance from Scotland.
A town transformed for its annual festival.
Last year’s award-winning and critically acclaimed Broadway hit musical The Last Five Years is back!
Waterside Arts Centre in Sale, Greater Manchester, has a variety of events and activities coming up.
Trolley Shaped Bruise by Laura Kate Barrow at Liverpool’s Unity Theatre explores new found friendship.
Award-winning youth theatre, The Company is returning to The Lowry in Salford with its latest production.
The Lowry in Salford stages the life of pop legend Tina Turner in a new musical.
The final show of the Octagon’s 2012-13 season of plays is the Pam Gems classic Piaf.
More than 45 years after Judy Garland and her daughter Liza Minnelli performed together, the iconic performers are back together...
The classic Harold Pinter play The Birthday Party continues the current season at Manchester’s Royal Exchange.
The Octagon in Bolton has announced that TV favourite Sue Johnston is lending her support to their fundraising campaign.
Musician and photographer Mike McCartney has given his support to the Everyone for the Everyman fundraising appeal.
This Christmas, Peter Pan will be flying into St Helens all the way from LA.
The Octagon in Bolton is looking for local young people who would like to audition for the upcoming festive production of Robin Hood.
Finsbury Park gets two auditoria, a café-bar and a gallery.
Martini Lounge Burlesque and Variety Show will return to the Epstein Theatre in Liverpool.
Not Another Festival in partnership with PlatformMCR is a new event bringing together some of Manchester’s key artistic organisations.
Richard O’Brien’s Rocky Horror Show is set to celebrate its 40th Anniversary at the Palace in Manchester.
Lancaster Arts City needs you.
Anyone with tales to tell about Morecambe Winter Gardens?
Round-up of regional productions opening week beginning Sunday May 19.
An opportunity from IdeasTap to work with the RSC and the Royal Exchange
Theatre productions in the Midlands for the week beginning Monday 27 May.
Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday 20th May 2013.
Casting information for the 2013 panto season, including technical positions (Update: 19/05/2013)
Birmingham REP is preparing to start a new youth theatre in Wolverhampton, the Arena Young REP.
Lawrence Till’s adaptation of Kes, the play based on Barry Hines’s novel A Kestrel for a Knave, will be the second professional produced show at Derby Theatre.
Leicester’s Curve has announced that five of its own productions and co-productions will form the centrepiece of its fifth year anniversary celebrations.
A total of 170 acts from all over the world have signed up for this year’s Buxton Festival Fringe.
Royal and Derngate and Dance4 are offering young people the chance to take part in a hip-hop and break-dancing residency during the schools’ half-term.
Twenty-three performances from 12 countries will run alongside exhibitions, discussions and workshops when Birmingham’s annual festival of European work returns to the city for a fourth year.
Irish playwright Brian Friel’s award-winning Dancing at Lughnasa is the next in-house production at Northampton Royal and Derngate.
The University of Wolverhampton has appointed Neil Reading as venue manager of the Arena Theatre which is based on its campus.
Birmingham Hippodrome has appointed Paul Kaynes as its director of creative programmes.
The Royal Shakespeare Company’s new costume exhibition, In Stitches, continues with the opening of Costume Craft in the Swan Theatre’s Ferguson Room in Stratford.
Northampton Royal and Derngate’s interactive children’s show Flathampton has won an Argus Angel award at the Brighton Festival.
Birmingham Repertory Theatre’s REP Foundry artist development programme will continue until 2016.
Fergus Linehan returns from Sydney to take up the position of Festival Director and Chief Executive of the Edinburgh International Festival next year.
New season announcement