From plant lovers to asteroids and Back to the Future - we're doing it all in March.
Back to the Future The Musical @ Opera House Manchester
Thursday 20th February – Sunday 17th May
On for a long stint, this might just appear in Best Theatre shows every month until it ends because everybody needs to see it! Filled with new and original songs, choreography and blow-your-mind special effects.
Wuthering Heights @ The Royal Exchange Theatre
7th February – 7th March 2020
A literature classic following an electric couple in the theatrical reinvention of the classic tale. All I wanna do is sing the song tbh – you know the drill with this one folks.
Crongton Knights @ The Lowry
Tuesday 10th March – Friday 13th March
Life isn’t easy on the Crongton Estate and for McKay and his mates it’s all about keeping their heads down but when a friend finds herself in trouble, they set out on a mission that goes further than any of them imagined.
The Phantom of the Opera @ The Palace Theatre
Thursday 26th March – 30th May
Easily the most famous theatre performance there is, The Phantom of the Opera, if you didn’t know, follows the tales of a disfigured musical genius who haunts the depths of Paris Opera House.
The Last Quiz Night on Earth @ Hope Mill Theatre
Monday 2nd – Wednesday 4th March
Everyone loves a pub quiz. Especially when there’s an asteroid coming straight for Earth – go out with a bang right?!
Adam Kay – This is Going to Hurt (Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor) @ The Palace Theatre
Wednesday 18th March – Thursday 4th June
Award-winning comedian, Adam shares entries from his diaries as a junior doctor in an evening of stand-up and music.
Plant Fetish @ Oldham Coliseum
Tuesday 10th March
Chanje Kunda was suffering with anxiety when she discovered that plants reduce stress and some women in Mexico, fed up with men, get married to trees. The trees aren’t very talkative but they do great things for the planet.
The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson
Monday 2nd March – Saturday 7th March
Similar to when you say who would you have a for a dinner party, this play follows Boris Johnson, with guests including, Margaret Thatcher, Winston Churchill and Tony Blair as well as plenty of others all dining together on the night that changed the course of Britain. This comedy play will address the big questions regarding the country and its current and future political state.
Zorro @ Hope Mill Theatre
14th & 15th March 2020
The flavour and passion of Spain and 19th Century California comes to Hope Mill Theatre bringing the masked hero, El Zorro with it. There will be passionate, ‘get-on-your-feet’ music by The Gipsy Kings too!