Hello, Dolly! (pictured) | Stockport Plaza | Tue 22 – Sat 26 Oct | Tue – Sat 7.15pm, Sat 2.15pm | £10 – £14
The Stockport Operatic Society presents Hello, Dolly!, an irresistible musical comedy about the joy of living. It follows Dolly Levi who is a matchmaker at the turn of the 20th Century in New York. The production features memorable songs including Put On Your Sunday Clothes to, of course, Hello, Dolly!

The Wedding Singer | Bury Met | Wed 23 – Sat 26 Oct | 7.30pm | £12
Based on the hit movie starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore, The Wedding Singer will aims to have you dancing through the aisles. It follows Robbie Hart, a singer who makes weddings as disastrous as his own after he was jilted at the altar – until he meets Julia. With a score by Matthew Sklar, this amateur production is set to be the ultimate feel-good night out.

Chess Pieces | Salford Arts Theatre | Fri 25 – Sat 26 Oct | 7pm | £6 (£5 concessions)
Chess Pieces is a musical comedy about two demons that meet in a lesser part of Hell to begin a chess game, which becomes a battle of power and ego on Earth. Casagua Productions, which produced the play, was created by the playwright John Waterhouse, who has been involved with amateur theatre groups since he started writing in 2001.

Nobody Rides The Unicorn | Edge Theatre, Chorlton | Sat 26 Oct | 11am, 1.30pm | £7 (£5 concessions)
Nobody Rides The Unicorn is a production that incorporates crafted puppets, original live music, words, songs and sound effects. This is the tale of the young girl Zoe who is tricked into capturing a unicorn but realises she must rescue it before it is too late. This play is written by Adrian Mitchell and Sasha Mitchell, based on the book by Adrian, and is produced by PuppetCraft – one of Britain’s most acclaimed puppet companies.

Tue 22 Oct - Mon 28 Oct
Steven Brown
Published on:
Thu 24 Oct 2013