Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets

James Graham considers Screaming Lord Sutch in Plymouth, police activity is scrutinised in Nottingham, and Shakespeare’s daughter goes to court in Northampton

Luca Rutherford asks how hard it is to accept our mortality in Learning How to Die at the Bike Shed in Exeter from tonight. Anagram’s headphones show Nightwatchers continues after dark at the Tower of London. The CLF theatre in the Bussey Building in south London plays host to Hamlet Peckham, in which three actors (two female and one male) play the procrastinating Dane. There’s more Shakespeare in Cardiff, where an all-female promenade version of Henry VI takes place from tonight in the roof void at Wales Millennium Centre. Lots more new and exciting shows can be seen at Manipulate, Scotland’s festival of visual theatre, including the all-female Close-Up at the Traverse in Edinburgh, tonight, and Paper Doll Militia’s LoopsEnd, tomorrow. Later in the week there is new work from Al Seed, Shona Reppe and more.

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Source: Guardian Dance News

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