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Me And My Girl

The Ashbeian Musical Theatre Group presents Noel Gay's 1930s set-musical, featuring Carl Benfield as Bill Snibston.

Repton School, Derby

Fri 27 Mar

£7–£15 / 01283 559200

Sat 28 Mar

£7–£15 / 01283 559200

The Moment We Met

A hard-hitting, powerful drama that centres on sexual violence and the struggle for justice.

Barons Court Theatre, The Curtain's Up, London W14

Fri 27 Mar

£12 (£10) / 020 8932 4747

Sat 28 Mar

£12 (£10) / 020 8932 4747

Sun 29 Mar

£12 (£10) / 020 8932 4747

The Neil Diamond Story

Solo show celebrating the life and music of Neil Diamond.

Aylesbury Waterside Theatre

Fri 5 Jun

Second Space

£13

Babbacombe Theatre, Torquay

Fri 10 Jul

£15 (£14) / 01803 328385

The Bacon Theatre, Cheltenham

Thu 2 Apr

£15 / 01242 258002

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Nelson: A Sailor’s Story

  • Written by: Nicholas Collett

Nicholas Collett's one-man show telling the story of naval hero Horatio Nelson.

The Spring, Havant

Thu 9 Apr

£12.50 (£11.25) / 023 9247 2700

Noises Off By Michael Frayn

This celebrated farce serves up a riotous double bill – a play within a play. Hurtling along at breakneck speed it follows the backstage antics of a touring theatre company as they stumble their way through rehearsals to a shambolic first night and a final disastrous performance.

The Lytton Theatre, Stevenage

Wed 15 Apr

£6–£8.50 / 0870 777 7619

Thu 16 Apr

£6–£8.50 / 0870 777 7619

Fri 17 Apr

£8.50 / 0870 777 7619

Sat 18 Apr

£8.50 / 0870 777 7619

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The Only Way Is Downton

  • Directed by: Owen Lewis
  • Written by: Luke Kempner

Brilliant parody from impressionist Luke Kempner.

Milford On Sea Village Community Centre, Lymington

Sat 23 May

£14 / 01590 643393

Perth Concert Hall

Thu 28 May

£18 (£16; Children £16) / 01738 621031

Part of Perth Festival of the Arts 2015.

Our House: The Madness Musical

  • Directed by: Lee Baxendale
  • Written by: Tim Firth

Small Pond Productions present a touching tale of life and love, heartbreak and comedy, right and wrong, set in London's Camden Town and featuring famous songs by the 1980s ska-pop band, Madness.

The Brindley, Runcorn

Tue 19 May

£16 (£13) / 0151 907 8360

Wed 20 May

£16 (£13) / 0151 907 8360

Thu 21 May

£16 (£13) / 0151 907 8360

…and 2 more dates until 23 May

Rudolf Steiner School, Kings Langley

Thu 9 Apr

£14 (£12; £11) / 01923 262505

Fri 10 Apr

£14 (£12; £11) / 01923 262505

Sat 11 Apr

£14 (£12; £11) / 01923 262505

Paul Daniels And Debbie McGee: The Intimate Magic Tour

Say what you like about Daniels, he's stayed the course and still serves up good, old-fashioned tricks to make you gasp, alongside faithful assistant Debbie McGee.

The Crescent Theatre, Birmingham

Wed 20 May

£10–£15 / 0121 643 5858

Norwich Playhouse

Sat 6 Jun

£18.50 (£16.50) / 01603 598598

Perth Festival of the Arts

Music, comedy, theatre, dance and visual arts are all up for grabs at this festival. Highlights include English Touring Opera's new production of La Boheme, world-class choir The Sixteen and Artay the contemporary art marquee full of contemporary Scottish Art.

Perth Concert Hall

Thu 21 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

Fri 22 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

Sat 23 May

Prices vary / 01738 621031

…and 8 more dates until 31 May

The Phantom Of The Opera: Youth Group Production

  • Directed by: Harold Prince
  • Written by: Richard Stilgoe

Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterpiece based on Gaston Leroux's classic tale, featuring the songs Music Of The Night, All I Ask Of You and Masquerade.

Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

Mon 13 Apr

£18 (£16; £15) / 0161 928 1677

Tue 14 Apr

£18 (£16; £15) / 0161 928 1677

Wed 15 Apr

£18 (£16; £15) / 0161 928 1677

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Pips and Panda meet Golidlocks and the Three Bears

Pip and Panda meet the three bears for laughter, fun and songs.

Lanark Memorial Hall

Tue 7 Apr

£5 / 01555 667999

The Producers: Studley Operatic Society

  • Written by: Mel Brooks

Mel Brooks's outrageous musical comedy in which fading producer Max Bialystock convinces accountant Leo Bloom to partner him in producing a guaranteed flop as a financial scam.

Palace Theatre, Redditch

Tue 21 Apr

£13.25 £13.25; £13.75 £13.25; £15.75 £13.25; £13.25 mat, £13.25; £16.75 £13.25; £16.75 £13.25 / 01527 65203

Wed 22 Apr

£13.25 £13.25; £13.75 £13.25; £15.75 £13.25; £13.25 mat, £13.25; £16.75 £13.25; £16.75 £13.25 / 01527 65203

Thu 23 Apr

£13.25 £13.25; £13.75 £13.25; £15.75 £13.25; £13.25 mat, £13.25; £16.75 £13.25; £16.75 £13.25 / 01527 65203

…and 2 more dates until 25 Apr

Return To The Forbidden Planet

25th Anniversary tour of Olivier Award-winning rock musical.

New Theatre, Cardiff

Mon 20 Apr

£12–£30 / 029 2087 8889

Tue 21 Apr

£12–£30 / 029 2087 8889

Wed 22 Apr

£12–£30 / 029 2087 8889

…and 3 more dates until 25 Apr

“Revolting Children!”

A Musical Theatre showcase featuring show medleys as well as individual LAMDA work from all students at the Natalie Roberts Performing Arts School.

The Royal Hippodrome, Eastbourne

Sun 29 Mar

£10 / 01323 412000

Ross Sutherland: Standby For Tape Backup

In this one-man show, Ross Sutherland takes one of his granddad’s old videotapes and remixes it to create an audiovisual poem.

Shoreditch Town Hall, London EC1V

Tue 28 Apr

Council Chamber

£12.50 / 020 7739 6176

Wed 29 Apr

Council Chamber

£12.50 / 020 7739 6176

Thu 30 Apr

Council Chamber

£12.50 / 020 7739 6176

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Sister Act

  • Written by: Alan Menken

Musical comedy based on the successful American film starring Whoopi Goldberg, presented by Huddersfield Light Opera Company.

Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Mon 27 Apr

£6.50–£18 / 01484 430528

  • 19:30 Sister Act Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Tue 28 Apr

£6.50–£18 / 01484 430528

  • 19:30 Sister Act Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield

Wed 29 Apr

£6.50–£18 / 01484 430528

  • 19:30 Sister Act Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield
…and 3 more dates until 2 May

Sleeping Beauty: ESSPA

A stage adaptation of the ever-popular fairy tale. After dreaming for 100 years, will Aurora find her place in the modern world?

De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill-on-Sea

Wed 1 Apr

01424 229111

£14.50 (£12.50; Children £9; £42) / 01424 229111

Thu 2 Apr

01424 229111

£14.50 (£12.50; Children £9) / 01424 229111

£14.50 (£12.50; Children £9; £42) / 01424 229111

A Slice Of Saturday Night: Hertford Dramatic And Operatic Society

Talented young people navigate the rituals of teenage fashion, music, sexual mores and relationships.

Hertford Theatre

Thu 23 Apr

Phone for prices / 01992 531500

Sweeney Todd: Fortwilliam Musical Society

Fortwilliam Musical Society are pleased to present Sondheim's musical masterpiece Sweeney Todd. Please note that due to the nature of this performance that Parental Guidance is advised.

Theatre At The Mill, Newtownabbey

Tue 31 Mar

£16–£20 / 028 9034 0202

Wed 1 Apr

£16–£20 / 028 9034 0202

Thu 2 Apr

£16–£20 / 028 9034 0202

…and 2 more dates until 4 Apr

Sweeney Todd: Sevenoaks Players

  • Directed by: Keith Neville

Stephen Sondheim's famous and ever-popular musical, based on the Edward Bond melodrama.

The Stag Community Arts Centre, Sevenoaks

Fri 27 Mar

£13.50–£17; £16.50 / 01732 450 175

Sat 28 Mar

£13.50–£17; £16.50 / 01732 450 175

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Theatre Royal Plymouth: After Electra

A deeply moving and blisteringly witty black comedy challenging what it means to be a mother, and exploring how the choices we make can change our lives forever, as Virgie comes up with a plan that will surprise her family for her 84th birthday.

The Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn

Tue 7 Apr

Phone for prices / 020 7328 1000

Wed 8 Apr

Phone for prices / 020 7328 1000

Thu 9 Apr

Phone for prices / 020 7328 1000

…and 20 more dates until 2 May

Therapy

  • Directed by: Tara Harley
  • Written by: Tara Harley

La La Theatre Company presents a comedy drama set in the kookie world of New Age therapies. Written and directed by Tara Harley.

Marlborough Theatre, Brighton

Fri 27 Mar

£10 / 01273 570028

  • 20:00 – 21:15 Therapy Marlborough Theatre, Brighton

Sat 28 Mar

£10 / 01273 570028

  • 20:00 – 21:15 Therapy Marlborough Theatre, Brighton

The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Pull up a chair and lay another place at the table for a very special guest. Judith Kerr's much-loved children's book is given a magical, musical stage interpretation by David Wood. Ages 3+.

Lanark Memorial Hall

Thu 13 Aug

£11 (Groups of 10+ £8.50) / 01555 667999

Fri 14 Aug

£11 (Groups of 10+ £8.50) / 01555 667999

Sat 15 Aug

£11 (Groups of 10+ £8.50) / 01555 667999

Trainspotting

  • Written by: Irvine Welsh

Stage version of Irvine Welsh's novel about 1908s drug addicts.

King's Head, London N1

Fri 27 Mar

£10–£19.50 / 0207 478 0160

Sat 28 Mar

£10–£19.50 / 0207 478 0160

Mon 30 Mar

£10–£19.50 / 0207 478 0160

…and 11 more dates until 11 Apr

Twitawoo

Owl, Badger, Squirrel, Pine Marten and friends all live in the woods. They love it there and they especially love Gerry, the Forest Ranger, who has a hard time looking after them and managing the forest. Twitawoo is a brand new show from Puppet Lab, which brings to life a host of fabulous Scottish woodland creatures.

Aden Country Park, Mintlaw

Sun 5 Apr

£5 (£4; Children £3)

Part of Puppet Animation Festival.

Byre Theatre, St Andrews

Thu 9 Apr

£10 (£8; Children £6)

Part of Puppet Animation Festival.

Cumbernauld Theatre

Tue 7 Apr

£5 / 01236 732887

Part of Puppet Animation Festival.

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