Science Museum Live on Tour!, exploratory theatrical science adventure for children and adults featuring dynamically staged interactive sets with pyrotechnics and digital projections, interspersed with webcam footage from inside the Science Museum, Lyceum Theatre, Thursday, March 3, 7pm (£13); Buxton Opera House, Monday, 1.30pm, 7pm (£12.50).
Corrie!, written by playwright and Street scriptwriter Jonathan Harvey to celebrate the soap’s 50th anniversary, a rollercoaster ride through five decades of storylines condensed into two hours show with six actors playing more than 55 of characters, Lyceum Theatre, Monday-Saturday, 7.45pm, matinees Thursday, 2pm, and Saturday, 3pm (£13-£25).
Oklahoma!, Maltby Musical Theatre Group production, Civic Theatre, Catherine Street, Rotherham, Monday-Saturday, 7.15pm (£11/ £9, 0845 2412196).
Magic Monday with Steve Faulkner, the Sheffield illusionist hosts evening of magic and comedy featuring the award-winning John Archer who recently fooled Penn and Teller on their TV show, Fool Us, Alan Hudson, finalist in the 2001 Hackney Empire New Act of the year, and Gary Knights, who has turned moaning and misery into an art form mixed with magic, The Greystones, Greystones Road, Monday, 8pm (£7).
Memoirs of a Showwoman, the spectacular world of Olivier Award winning Marisa Carnesky’s performance career revealed through a showcase of her work fused with archival research from the National Fairground Archive and exploring ghost trains, tattooed ladies, magic, burlesque and waxworks with contemporary theatre practice, Western Bank Library, University of Sheffield, Mondays to Thursdays, 9am – 7pm, Fridays, 10am – 7pm, Saturdays and Sundays, 12-6pm to May 13.
Big John’s Pub Quiz, Blockbusters-style, Mondays 8.30pm; Re:play, monthly games night with a twist from chess and backgammon to the Wii, third Thursday of the month, 7pm; Riverside Bar, Mowbray Street, (2724633 , www.riversidesheffield.co.uk).
Sheffield Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Group, Old Queens Head, Pond Street, first and third Monday, 7.30pm.
A Tour Around Hardwick Hall, described by Maureen Taylor at meeting of Hallamshire Historic Buildings Society, Quaker Meeting House, St James Street, Monday, 7.30pm.
Lip Reading Classes, St Mary’s Church, Walkley, Mondays, 10am; Stocksbridge Library, Thursdays, 9.30am and 12 (2423609).
Adult Drama Classes, open to all levels, Ecclesall Parish Halls, Mondays, 7pm-9pm, (07904 339024, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: www.actonedramastudio.co.uk).