In its 40th year, the Gate Theatre continues to programme formally inventive work, in this case US interdisciplinary artist Sylvan Oswald’s “theatrical essay” about queerness and bodies. It opens on March 3.
Elaine C Smith stars in a new version of Brecht’s play about the relationship between a wealthy landowner and her servant. Turkish director Murat Daltaban is at the helm of a production that opens in Edinburgh on March 3.
The latest production by Ramps on the Moon, the pioneering initiative that puts D/deaf and disabled artists at the heart of its work, is a new stage version of Charles Dickens’ novel adapted by Bryony Lavery and directed by Amy Leach. It opens in Leeds on March 4 ahead of a UK tour.
Cheek By Jowl returns to the Barbican with its first Italian langue production created for the Piccolo Teatro di Milano. The new version of Thomas Middleton’s play, directed by Declan Donnellan and translated by Stefano Massini, runs from March 4-7.
Chloë Moss’ plays often explore the complexity of female relationships. Her new play, a Paines Plough co-production, tells the story of two sisters whose lives have taken very different paths. Starring Lucy Ellinson and Helena Lymbery, it opens on March 4.