Now that’s what I call musical comedy – 1980s edition.
A fresh take on this game we call life and the lengths we’ll go to escape it.
The rock-out, raucous musical makes its first-ever visit to Leeds.
All aboard for a jolly adaptation of Alfred Hitchcock’s Thirties thriller.
First revival of the iconic musical offers an upbeat, alternative take
A fascinating play from the pen of the prolific and talented writer Anthony Horowitz.
Raw, engaging and brilliant – a must-see!
First performed more than 250 years ago, Handel’s Messiah has become one of the world’s most frequently performed choral works. For anyone unfamiliar
A glance at some of the memorable performances the Playhouse delivered in their pop-up theatre space and beyond.
Leeds Playhouse closes a season with a tender play exploring the mother-baby homes of the Sixties.
Throw yourself into the Victorian underworlds in Flabbergast Theatre’s latest immersive experience.
Peter James’ chiller inspired by a true story is adapted into a mostly lifeless runabout mystery.