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Gary Lucy leads new Full Monty cast, tour starts September
By Editorial Staff · 9 May 2014

Lucy will star alongside Andrew Dunn, Louis Emerick, Rupert Hill, Martin Miller and Bobby Schofield

Opera North announces 2014-15 season
By Ron Simpson · 8 May 2014

New season promises a broad range of old & new work including a new production of Mozart's The Marriage of Figaro and a revival of Smetana's The Bartered Bride.

Rock of Ages (Tour - Manchester)
By Glenn Meads · 7 May 2014

Noel Sullivan and Ben Richards rock out in the UK tour of the hit Broadway/West End musical

Paines Plough's James Grieve and George Perrin: 'We strive to be a truly national theatre of new plays'
By James Grieve and George Perrin · 6 May 2014

As Paines Plough turns 40, its joint artistic directors tell WhatsOnStage how they're celebrating with the company's biggest season yet

Twopence to Cross the Mersey returns to Liverpool as a play, 10 March
By Glenn Meads · 6 May 2014

The hit musical is re-imagined as a play and it comes the Epstein Theatre from 10 - 21 March, 2015.

Globe on Screen returns with Macbeth, The Tempest and more
By Rosie Bannister · 2 May 2014

Shakespeare's Globe will broadcast three of its 'Season of Plenty' productions to cinemas around the world later this year

National confirms full dates for Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time tour
By Editorial Staff · 1 May 2014

The 31 city tour opens at the Salford Lowry in December

Claire Sweeney stars in Sex and the Suburbs at Liverpool's Royal Court, 9 May
By Glenn Meads · 30 Apr 2014

Claire Sweeney stars in a new comedy with songs, with plans for it tour - following the Liverpool run.

Ben Richards: Rock of Ages more suited to regional audiences than to London
By Glenn Meads · 30 Apr 2014

We talk to Ben Richards, whose credits include Oliver!, 9 to 5 and Priscilla Queen of the Desert, as he prepares to play Stacee Jaxx in the musical Rock Of Ages on tour

Catherine Love: Musical matters
By Catherine Love · 28 Apr 2014

Love it or hate it, is there a limit to what subject matter the musical form can be used to tackle?