With theatre productions being rescheduled, here’s a guide to some of the shows touring to regional theatres in 2021.

The Addams Family: this musical featuring the quirky family is now set to open at the New Theatre Cardiff from the 26th January. Starring Samantha Womack and Cameron Blakely who will revive their roles as Morticia and Gomez Addams, the production is directed by Matthew White. To book tickets for some of the venues visit ATG Tickets.

Rock of Ages: also heading back on tour next year, prepare to rock out to Rock of Ages which features songs such as ‘We Built This City’, ‘I Want to Know What Love is’ and ‘The Final Countdown’. The tour is set to open at the Kings Theatre in Portsmouth in May next year.

Waitress: the musical featuring original music and lyrics by Sara Bareilles, will begin its tour at the Bradford Alhambra in May next year. This immensely popular musical is directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Pippin, Finding Neverland). Casting has yet to be announced. To book tickets for some of the venues visit ATG Tickets.

Grease: another immensely popular show to be taking to the road next year is this 1950’s set musical. Directed by Nikolai Foster with choreography by Arlene Phillips, it is set to star Peter Andre as Teen Angel at certain performances. To book tickets visit ATG Tickets.

Looking Good Dead: for those looking for a little more drama, Peter James’s character Roy Grace takes to the stage once again to solve a vicious murder.

My Best Friend’s Wedding the Musical: Alexandra Burke is set to star in the musical adaptation of the film, which will open at the Manchester Palace Theatre in September next year. To book tickets to some of the venues click here.

Fiery food critic Julianne Potter has always turned her nose up at romance. It’s the reason she broke up with her sweetheart Michael O’Neal. When she hears he’s about to be married, she vows to win him back for good, but with perfect Kimmy in the way, it’s not as easy as she first thought. Can she derail her best friend’s wedding in time and keep Michael all for herself?

The Da Vinci Code: it was confirmed earlier this year that a new stage adaptation of Dan Brown’s acclaimed Robert Langdon novel will head to venues across the UK, opening at the Churchill Theatre in Bromley  on the 3rd April 2021. To book tickets for some of the venues click here.


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