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Touring theatre preview spring and summer


An Inspector Calls Stephen Daldry's production visits Stoke-on-Trent Regent, February 11-15; Brighton Theatre Royal, Feb 18-22; Milton Keynes Theatre, Feb 25-Mar 1; Glasgow King's, March 4-8; High Wycombe Swan, March 11-15; Bromley Churchill, March 18-22; Richmond Theatre, March 25-29; Cardiff New, Apr 1-5; Truro Hall For Cornwall, Apr 8-12; Ipswich Regent, Apr 15-19; Aberdeen His Majesty's, April 29-May 3; Salford Lowry, May 6-10; Bradford Alhambra, May 13-17; Belfast Grand Opera, May 19-24; Malvern Theatres, May 26-31; Nottingham Theatre Royal, June 3-7; Bath Theatre Royal, June 9-14; Plymouth Theatre Royal, June 16-21; Woking New Victoria, June 24-28; Norwich Theatre Royal, July 1-5; Jersey Opera House, July 8-12; Llandudno North Wales, July 15-19.

Art David Pugh productions tour to Southampton Mayflower, February 10-15; Bath Theatre Royal, February 17-22; Norwich Theatre Royal, February 24-March 1; Belfast Grand Opera, March 3-8; Salford Lowry, March 10-15; Lincoln Theatre Royal, March 17-22; Coventry Belgrade, March 24-29; Cambridge Arts, March 31-April 5; Crawley Hawth, April 7-11; Westcliff-on-Sea Palace, April 14-19.

As You Like It Sphinx Theatre Company visit Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royal, February 12-15; Huddersfield Lawrence Batley, February 28-March 1; Poole Lighthouse, March 4-8; Barrow-in-Furness Forum, 28 March 11-12; Chipping Norton Theatre, March 14-15; Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr, March 25-26.

The Blue Room David Hare's Schnitzler couplings visits Richmond Theatre, February 10-15; Dartford Orchard, February 17-22; Guildford Yvonne Arnaud, February 24-March 1; Lincoln Theatre Royal, March 3-8; Cardiff New, March 10-15; Eastbourne Devonshire Park, March 17-22; Londonderry Millennium Forum, March 24-29; Brighton Theatre Royal, April 7-12; Milton Keynes Theatre, April 14-19; Edinburgh King's, April 21-26; Wolverhampton Grand, April 28-May 3; Stoke-on-Trent Regent, May 5-10; Darlington Civic, May 12-17; Salford Lowry, May 19-24. (Another production visits small-scale venues March 6-June 15. Details:

Can't Pay? Won't Pay 7:84 tour Dario Fo's shopping-strike farce to Dumfries Theatre Royal, February 11; Livingston Howden Park, February 12; St.

Andrews Byre, February 14; Kilmarnock Palace, February 15; Lerwick Garrison, Feb18; Inverness Eden Court, Feb 20; Oban Corran Halls, Feb 22; Glasgow Castlemilk Youth Complex, Feb 25; Cumbernauld Theatre, Feb 26-27; Musselburgh Brunton, Feb 28-March 1; Glasgow Kinfauns Centre, March 11; Glasgow Barmulloch Hall, March 12; Perth Theatre, March 14; Dunfermline Carnegie Hall, March 15; Glasgow Tron, March 18-22.

The Cherry Orchard Oxford Stage Company take Chekhov to Barnstaple Queen's, May 6-10; Exeter Northcott, May 13-17; Eastbourne Devonshire Park, May 20-24.

Coriolanus RSC tour in rep with Merry Wives to Warrington Birchwood Tennis Complex, February 11-15; Ollerton Dukeries Leisure Centre, March 18-22; Dorchester Thomas Hardy Leisure Centre, March 25-29; Barrhead Sports Centre, April 1-5; Sunderland Seaburn Centre, April 8-12; Portsmouth Mountbatten Centre, April 22-26; Cradley Heath Haden Hill Leisure Centre, April 29-May 3; Burgess Hill Triangle, May 6-10; Spalding Castle Sport Complex, May 13-17; Kendal Leisure Centre, May 20-24; Truro Hall for Cornwall, May 27-31.

The Duchess of Malfi National Theatre at Salford Lowry, Mar 18-22; Malvern Theatres, Mar 25-29; Edinburgh King's, April 1-5; Plymouth Theatre Royal, June 3-7; Nottingham Theatre Royal, June 10-14.

Henry V Northern Broadsides tour alongside Heywood's A Woman Killed with Kindness to Halifax Viaduct, Feb 26-Mar 8; Coventry Warwick Arts, Mar 11-15; Kingston Theatre, Mar 18-22; Newcastle-under-Lyme New Victoria, Mar 24-29; Scarborough Stephen Joseph, Mar 31-April 5; Saltaire Salt's Mill, April 10-13; Wellingborough Castle, April 22-23; Skipton Auction Mart April 25-26; Liverpool Everyman, April 29-May 3; Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royal, May 6-10; Salford Lowry, May 12-17; Leeds West Yorkshire Playhouse (Quarry), May 20-31; Ollerton Thoresby Riding Stables, June 3-5.

Jane Eyre Good Company visit Barnstaple Queen's February 1-15; Durham Gala, February 17-22; Preston Charter, March 3-8; Buxton Opera House, March 10-15.

John Gabriel Borkman English Touring Theatre with late Ibsen at Malvern Theatre, February 20-22; York Theatre Royal, February 25-March 1; Greenwich Theatre, March 4-8; Salford Lowry, March 25-29; Oxford Playhouse, April 1-5; Bromley Churchill, April 8-12; Richmond Theatre, April 15-19.

Mary Queen of Scots Got Her Head chopped Off Prime Productions with Liz Lochhead's history at Scottish venues, March 13 to May 24.

The Merry Wives of Windsor RSC: see Coriolanus.

A Midsummer Night's Dream Edward Hall's Watermill production visits Bromley Churchill, April 22-26; Cambridge Arts, April 29-May 3; Salford Lowry, May 6-10; Guildford Yvonne Arnaud, May 13-17; Reading Hexagon, May 20-24; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal, May 27-31; Richmond Theatre, June 3-7; Oxford Playhouse, June 10-14.

Mistero Buffo Borderline tour Dario Fo's one-man religious satire to Cumbernauld Theatre, April 25-26; Inverness Eden Court, April 29; Perth Theatre, April 30; Livingston Howden Park, May 1; Irvine Magnum, May 2; Stirling MacRobert, May 8; Musselburgh Brunton, May 9; Kilmarnock Palace, May 10; St. Andrews Byre, May 13-17; Dundee Rep, May 19-24.

Moon on a Rainbow Shawl Eclipse tour Errol John's story of a backyard lives in 1950s Trinidad from Nottingham to Bristol Old Vic, March 3-8; Oxford Playhouse, March 11-15; Ipswich New Wolsey, March 25-29; Bracknell Wilde, April 2-5; Northampton Royal, April 8-12.

The Mysteries South African music and performers make a glorious noise about the Lord at Birmingham Hippodrome, February 11-15; Richmond Theatre, February 18-22; Nottingham Theatre Royal, February 25-March 1; Plymouth Theatre Royal, March 11-15; Milton Keynes Theatre, March 18-22; Bath Theatre Royal, April 1-5.

1984 Northern Stage Ensemble at Leicester Haymarket, March 4-15; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Playhouse, March 19-22; Reading Hexagon, March 25-29.

Noises Off Ambassador Theatre Group take Frayn's backstage mayhem to Salford Lowry, February 10-15; Oxford Playhouse, February 17-22; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal, February 24-March 1; Southampton Mayflower, March 3-8; Stratford-upon-Avon Royal Shakespeare, March 10-15; Darlington Civic, March17-22; Brighton Theatre Royal, March 24-29; Stoke-on-Trent Regents, March 31-April 5; Woking New Victoria, April 7-12; Cardiff New, April 14-19; Richmond Theatre, April 21-26; Malvern Theatres, April 28-May 1; Plymouth Theatre Royal, May 12-17; High Wycombe Swan, May 19-24; Bath Theatre Royal, May 26-31; Glasgow King's, June 2-7; Aberdeen His Majesty's, June 9-14; Milton Keynes Theatre, June 16-21; Birmingham Rep, June 24-July 3.

Office Suite Theatre Royal Bath Productions take Alan Bennett's double-bill to Bath Theatre Royal, February 11-15; Guildford Yvonne Arnaud, February 17-22; Coventry Belgrade, February 24-March 1; Stratford-upon-Avon Royal Shakespeare, March 3-8; Chelmsford Civic, March 10-15; Cambridge Arts, March 24-29; Cheltenham Everyman, March 31-April 5.

Of Mice and Men Birmingham Repertory Theatre and The Touring Consortium visit Liverpool Playhouse, February 11-22; Darlington Civic, February 25-March 1; Blackpool Grand, March 4-8; Edinburgh King's, March 11-15; Poole Arts, March 18-22; Eastbourne Devonshire Park, March 25-29; Malvern Festival Theatre, March 31-April 5; Salford Lowry, April 8-12; Birmingham Rep, April 22-26; Nottingham Theatre Royal, April 29-May 3; Plymouth Theatre Royal, May 6-10; Richmond Theatre, May 13-17.

Othello Concentric Circles travel from Basingstoke to Keswick Theatre By The Lake, March 3-5; Bath Theatre Royal, March 7-8; Harrogate Theatre, March 18-22.

Present Laughter Theatre Royal Bath Productions at Oxford Playhouse, February 10-15; Bromley Churchill, February 17-22; Glasgow King's, February 24-March 1; Richmond Theatre, March 3-8; Guildford Yvonne Arnaud, March 10-15; Bath Theatre Royal, March 24-29.

Road Pilot take Jim Cartwright's play to Winchester Theatre Royal, Feb 11-15; Crawley Hawth, Feb 19-22; Jersey Opera House, Feb 25-March 1.

She Stoops To Conquer Out of Joint tour in rep with April de Angelis'

related play A Laughing Matter to Liverpool Playhouse, April 1-5; Bath Theatre Royal, April 8-12; Northampton Royal Theatre, April 15-19.

Silas Marner Clwyd Theatre Cymru visiting Brecon Theatr Brycheiniog, February 26-March 1; Cardiff Sherman, March 4-8; Aberystwyth Arts, March 11-12; Newtown Theatr Hafren, March 14-15; Bangor Theatr Gwynedd, March 17-18; Swansea Taliesin, March 20-22; Milford Haven Torch, March 24-26; Huddersdfield Lawrence Batley, March 28-29.

Tartuffe NTC take Carry On style Moliere to Saltburn Community Centre, February 21; Longframlington Memorial Hall, February 22; Eastwood Theatre, February 24; Newark Magnus School, February 25; Southwell Minster Theatre, February 26; Retford Elizabethan High School, February 27; Beetham Heron, Feb 28-March 1; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Rowlands Gill Centre, March 5; Westruther Village Hall, March 6; Peebles Burgh Hall, March 7; Dunfermline Carnegie Hall, March 8; Hexham Queen's Hall, March 11; Caister High School, March 13; Wells-next-the-Sea Granary, March 14; Bury St. Edmunds Red lodge Millennium Centre, March 15; Alnmouth Hindmarsh Hall, March 18; Ashby-de-la-Zouch Venture, March 19; Wymeswold Memorial Hall, March20; Stoke Golding Village Hall, March 21; Kirby Bellars Village Hall, March 22; East Durham amp; Houghall College, March 25; Thropton Village Hall, March 27; Muncaster Parish Hall, March 28; Heddon on the Wall Knott Memorial Hall, March 29.

The Winter's Tale Compass Theatre at Swindon Wyvern, February 10-12; Poole Lighthouse Centre, February 13-15; Chipping Norton Theatre, February 25-26; Nottingham Lakeside, February 27-March 1; Peterborough Broadway, March 4-5; Scunthorpe Plowright, March 6-7; Greenwich Theatre, March 11-15; Buxton Opera House, March 17-18; Tewkesbury Roses, March 19-20; Swansea Grand, March 25-29; Taunton Brewhouse, April 8-9; Chester Gateway, April 3-5; Westcliff-on-Sea Palace, April 10-11; Sheffield Lyceum, April 15-19; Ipswich New Wolsey, April 28-May 3; Winchester Theatre Royal, May 20-24; Lincoln Theatre Royal, May 27-31.

A Woman Killed With Kindness See Henry V, page 25.


The Adventures Of The Stoneheads Trestle's sideways look at asylum lands in Wolverhampton Arena, February 11-12; Eastleigh Point, February 13-14; Canterbury Gulbenkian, February 20-21; Birmingham mac, February 24-25; Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royal, February 27-March 1.

After Mrs Rochester Shared Experience consider Jean Rhys at Northampton Royal, March 4-15; Ipswich New Wolsey, March 18-22; Oxford Playhouse, April 8-12; Ollerton Thoresby Riding Stables, April 15-17; Cambridge Arts, May 13-17; Guildford Yvonne Arnaud, May 20-24.

Island Trestle Theatre look back through masks at the life of a woman found dead on a traffic island at Darlington Arts, April 2-3; Lancaster Dukes, April 4; Chelmsford Chancellor Hall, April 7; Cambridge Drama Centre, April 8-9; Bracknell Wilde, April 10-11; Chipping Norton Theatre, April 12; Bath Rondo, April 15-16; Haverhill Arts, April 25; Hemel Hempstead Old Town Hall, April 26; Southport Arts, May 7; Wickenby Broadbent, May 10; North Kesteven School, May 12; Louth Riverhead, May 13; Newport Bishop Grosseteste College, May 14; Newark Tuxford School, May 15; Sleaford Kesteven amp; Sleaford High School, May 16; Spalding Peele School, May 17.

A Laughing Matter See She Stoops To Conquer above.

Lockerbie 103 The Ashton Group at Barrow-in-Furness Forum 28, February 20-21; Carlisle Stanwix, February 22; Coventry Warwick Arts, February 25-26; Wolverhampton Arena, February 27; Aberystwyth Arts, February 28; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Gulbenkian, March 5-8; Edinburgh Travere, March 12-15; Kendal Brewery, March 22; Guildford Mill Studio, April 4-5; Manchester Library, April 24-26.

Midnight's Children Royal Shakespeare in Salman Rushdie adaptation at Aberdeen His Majesty's, April 15-19; Nottingham Playhouse, April 22-26; Birmingham Repertory Theatre, April 29-May 3; Bath Theatre Royal, May 6-10; Leeds West Yorkshire Playhouse, May 13-17; Milton Keynes Theatre, May 20-24; Norwich Theatre Royal, May 27-31; Salford Lowry, June 3-7.

Our Song TEG Productions tour Keith Waterhouse generation-gap love affair to Peterborough Key, March 25-29; Richmond Theatre, March 31-April 5; Cambridge Arts, April 14-19; Brighton Theatre Royal, April 21-26; Mold Clwyd Theatr Cymru, April 28-May 3; Bromley Churchill, May 5-10; Bath Theatre Royal, May 19-24.

Reunion Hull Truck Tour John Godber's game-show college reunions Preston Charter, February 10-15; Huddersfield Lawrence Batley, February 17-22; Sheffield Lyceum, February 24-March 1; Buxton Opera House, March 3-8; Harrogate Theatre, March 10-15; Durham Gala, March 17-22; Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royal, March 24-29; Newcastle-under-Lyme New Vic March 31-April 5; Scunthorpe Plowright, April 14-19; Salford Lowry, April 21-26; Northampton Royal, May 5-10; Worthing Connaught, May 12-17; York Theatre Royal, May 19-24; Leeds West Yorkshire Playhouse, May 26-June 7; Salisbury Playhouse, June 9-14; Poole Lighthouse, June 16-21.

Shakespeare's Villains Steven Berkoff at Reading Hexagon, March 18; Coleraine Riverside, March 25-26; Lichfield Garrick, July 12 (see also Liverpool and Nottingham for full Berkoff Trilogy).

Tally's Blood Borderline and Byre tour Ann Marie di Mambro from St. Andrews to Ayr Borderline, March 17-18; Livingston Howden Park, March 20; Greenock Arts Guild, March 21; Dumfried Theatre Royal, March 22; Motherwell Civic, March 24; Castle Douglas Lochside, March 25; Musselburgh Brunton, March 27-28; Kilmarnock Palace, March 29; Inverness Eden Court, March 31; Glasgow venues, April 1-3; Cumbernauld Theatre, April 4-5; Dundee Rep, April 8-9; Stirling MacRobert, April 10-11; Dunfermline Carnegie Hall, April 12.


Abomination Theatre First from Southampton's Nuffield Theatre in Julie Wilkinson's version of Robert Swindells' novel, for 9-16s. At Kendal Brewery, February 14; Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr, February 27; Cambridge Mumford, March 1; Grays Thameside, March 6-7; Southampton Nuffield, March 12-16; Shrewsbury Belmont Arts, March 27; Oswestry Rhyn Park Arts, March 28; Telford New College, March 31; Ludlow Assembly, April 1; Poole Arts, April 12; Ipswich New Wolsey, April 23, 25-26; Loughborough Town Hall, June 13.

Alice benchtours and Theatre Sans Frontieres for 8 plus. At Glasgow Tron, May 1-3; Stirling Macrobert, May 6-7; Aberdeen Lemon Tree, May 11-12; Lerwick Garrison, May 16-17; Dunfermline Carnegie, May 21; Musselburgh Brunton, May 23-24; Edinburgh Traverse, May 31-June 2.

Arabian Nights Widdershins bring Bunraku and table-top puppetry plus music at Grantham Guildhall, February 25; Colchester Mercury, March 29; also Rumpelstiltskin Norwich Puppet Theatre, March 8.

Beans! Moby Duck mix Jack and the Beanstalk with Indian myths, masks and music for 4 plus. Daytimes at Derby Guildhall, February 15; Wolverhampton Newhampton, February 19; St. Helens Citadel, February 22; Bamford Village Hall, March 2; Cranleigh Arts, March 15; Shropshire Arts Alive, March 22, 27-28; Windsor Arts, April 5; Nottingham Bonnington, April 12.

The Boy Who Fell Into A Book English Touring Theatre in Ayckbourn's adventure. At Salford Lowry, February 18-22; Taunton Brewhouse, February 25-March 1; Harrogate Theatre, March 4-8.

Diary of an Action Man Unicorn and Graeae in Mike Kenny's play for 7-11s, a search for a father, with integrated sign language and audio description.

At Salford Lowry, March 10-11; Liverpool Unity, March 13-15; Spalding South Holland Centre, March 18-19; Scarborough Stephen Joseph, March 20-21; Nottingham Djanogly, March 28-30.

Don Quixote Mind the gap and Northern Stage Ensemble for 10 plus. At Newcastle-upon-Tyne Gulbenkian, February 22-26; Whitby Coliseum, February 27; Coventry Warwick Arts, March 4-5; Ludlow Assembly, March 6; Taunton Brewhouse, March 8; Bingham Tot Hill, March 11; Ollerton Dukeries, March 13; Leicester Phoenix, March 14; Wolverhampton Arena, March 19; Birmingham mac, March 20; Bracknell Wilde, March 25; Crawley Hawth, March 26; Reading 21 South Street, March 27; Barrow-in-Furness Forum 28, March 27; Newcastle-under-Lyme New Vic, April 7; Bath Ustinov, April 10-12; Darlington Arts, April 15; Bradford Alhambra Studio, April 16.

Double Act Watershed Tour Vicky Ireland's Polka Theatre dramatisation of Jacqueline Wilson for 8 plus. At Basingstoke Haymarket, April 15-19; Truro Hall for Cornwall, April 23-27; Eastbourne Devonshire Park, May 14-17; Dartford Orchard, May 22-24; Salford Lowry, May 28-31; Chester Gateway, June 2-7; Wolverhampton Grand, June 10-14; Reading Hexagon, June 16-21; Nottingham Theatre Royal, June 25-28; Southend-on-Sea Cliffs Pavilion, June 30-July 5; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Theatre Royal, July 17-20; Cardiff New, July 22-26.

George's Marvellous Medicine Birmingham Stage Company distil Stuart Paterson's Dahl adaptation. At Northampton Derngate, February 18-22; Canterbury Marlowe, February 25-March 1; Crawley Hawth, March 4-8; Preston Charter, March 11-15; Chelmsford Civic, April 1-5; Swansea Grand, April 9-12; Croydon Ashcroft, April 15-19; Woking New Victoria, April 22-26; Buxton Opera House, May 6-10; Westcliff-on-Sea Palace, May 27-31; Stoke-on-Trent Regent, June 3-7; Richmond Theatre, June 10-14; High Wycombe Swan, June 17-21.

Great Expectations Unicorn take John Clifford's adaptation for 9 plus to Brighton Dome, March 11-15; Exeter Northcott, April 1-5; Malvern Forum, April 9-12; Manchester Library, April 15-19.

James and the Giant Peach Birmingham Stage Company continue touring David Wood's Dahl version to Llandudno North Wales Theatre, April 8-12; Cheltenham Everyman, April 15-19; Ipswich Regent, April 23-26; Preston Charter, April 29-May 3; Bradford Alhambra, May 6-10; Hull New, May 20-24; Dorking Halls, May 27-31; Brighton Theatre Royal, June 3-7; Chelmsford Civic, June 10-14; Hereford Courtyard, June 17-21; Bristol Old Vic, June 24-28; Stoke-on-Trent Regent, July 1-6.

Jumpin' Beans Oily Cart with three 30-minute plays for 6 months-2s, 2-4, 4-6s at Stirling MacRobert, February 25-28; Manchester Green Room, March 2; Runcorn Queen's Hall, March 5-6; Bury St. Edmunds Theatre Royal, March 10; Nottingham Playhouse, March 15.

Not Now Bernard Theatre First. David McKee's monsters for 3-7s. Daytimes at Kendal Brewery, February 15; Halifax Victoria, February 23; Bexhill-on-Sea De La Warr, February 26-27; Newbury Corn Exchange, February 28; Cambridge Mumford,March 1; Grays Thameside, March 3-5; Southampton Nuffield March 11,13,15-16; Goole Town Hall, April 4; Poole Lighthouse, April 12; Banbury Mill, April 15; Farnham Maltings, April 19; Ipswich New Wolsey, April 22, 24; Taunton Tacchi-Morris, May 1; Winchester Theatre Royal, May 3; Norwich Maddermarket, May 17; St. Helen's Citadel, May 24; Telford Oakengates, May 27; Oxford Pegasus, May 28; Windsor Arts, May 31; Barnet Bull, June 1; Swindon Arts, June 7; Loughborough Town Hall, June 14.

El Sombrero De Tres Picos (The Three-Cornered Hat) Theatre Sans Frontieres'

linguistic, non-balletic comedy visits Hexham Queen's Hall, March 5; Melrose Wynd, March 7-8; Brighton Gardner, March 11; Coventry Warwick Arts, March 12-13; Stamford Arts, March 14; Kendal Brewery, March 17; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Gulbenkian, March 19-22; Harlow Playhouse, March 26; Newbury Corn Exchange, March 27; Eastleigh Point, March 28; Cambridge Mumford, March 31; Crawley Hawth, April 1; Tunbridge Wells Trinity, April 2; Darlington Arts, April 8; Lancaster Dukes, April 9.

The Stones Travelling Light in Tom Lycos and Stefo Nantsou's high-energy, music-driven piece for 12-16s about kids, bored not bad, throwing fatal stones at Winterbourne Ridings Arts, February 13; Poole Lighthouse, February 14-15; Bath Ustinov, February 18-19; Colchester Mercury, March 7-8; Coventry Warwick Arts, March 10-11; Aberdeen Lemon Tree, March 16-18; Glasgow Tron, March20-22; Stirling MacRobert, March 24-29.

Why the Whales Came Theatre Alibi for 8-13s at Exeter Phoenix, March 5-12; Penzance Acorn, March 19-21; Poole Lighthouse, March 24-26; Maidenhead Norden Farm, March 27-28; Plymouth Drum, April 1-5; Ilfracombe Landmark, April 8-9; Lancaster Dukes, April 15,17; Leeds West Yorkshire Playhouse, June 11-14; Salford Lowry, June 18-21; Oxford Playhouse, June 26-28.

Wild Girl, Wild Boy Pop-Up Theatre in David Almond's mainly daytimes at Ipswich Wolsey, Feb 8; Rotherham Arts, Feb 12; Carlisle Stanwix, Feb 14; Kirkcaldy Adam Smith, Feb 15; Stirling MacRobert, Feb 16-17; Norwich Playhouse, Feb 19; Colchester Mercury, Feb 20; Shaftesbury Arts, Feb 22; Dartington Barn, Feb 25; Oxford Pegasus, Feb 27-28; Barnet Bull, March 2; Portsmouth Arts, March 9; Midsomer Norton Old Town Hall, March 13; West Camel Davis Hall, Mar 14; Bridgewater Mark Village Hall, Mar15; Taunton Churchinford Village Hall, Mar 16; Runcorn Murdishaw Community Centre, March 21; St Helen's Citadel, March 22; Henley-on-Thames Kenton, March 26.

The Wind in the Willows Take 6, mainly outdoors, with a musical version at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Gulbenkian, Apr 7-12; Aydon Castle, Jul 24-25; Prudhoe Castle, Jul 26-27; Kiplin Hall, Aug 2; Normanby Hall, Aug 5-7; Brodsworth Hall, Aug 9; Helmsely Duncombe Park, Aug 10-12; Lindisfasrne Priory, Aug 16; Harewood House Aug 20-24; Berwick-upon-Tweed Barracks Aug 25.

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