A true crime rock musical, contemporary dance and punchy new writing feature in this month’s eclectic pick of live theatre.
Dance lovers rejoice. South Korean choreographer Eun-Me Ahn stops at The Lowry with Dragons, an explosive and futuristic dance show and the ever-brilliant Rambert bring Ben Duke’s Death Trap, a terrific double-bill of movement to York Theatre Royal. Meanwhile, the English National Ballet return to the Palace Theatre with Akram Khan’s Giselle this October too.
We’re also championing the Edinburgh Fringe hits: the fast and funny Die hard-themed Yippee Ki Yay at the Lawrence Batley Theatre and the acclaimed musical-comedy Kathy and Stella Solve a Murder at HOME.
There’s lots more too – read on for details on the next Women in Comedy Festival, a new edition of Synagogue Nights at Manchester Jewish Museum and the full lowdown on Free Your Mind, the first production to officially open Aviva Studios, home of Factory International.