Avenue Q, Tony-Award winning musical like Sesame Street for adults with actors and puppets portraying bunch of loveably hopeless characters on a downtown New York street, Lyceum Theatre, Thursday, March 31, 7.45pm, Friday, 5.30pm and 8.30pm, Saturday, 4pm, 7.45pm (£15 - £31).
I Met A Man Who Wasn’t There, world premiere of a contemporary supernatural thriller by Philip Meeks in which Philip Madoc plays a once famous psychic visited by an investigative journalist (Casualty’s Cathy Shipton) leading to the unearthing of terrible secrets, Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, Thursday, March 31, and Friday, 7.30pm, Saturday, 3pm, 7.30pm (£13/ £10, children £8).
The Unknown Land, Cotton Grass Theatre Company with a play for one actor and many characters by local writer Caroline Small telling of is the tale of one man’s journey to the end of the earth and deep inside his own mind, inspired by the deeds of 19th century Arctic explorers, Inuit mythology and the fatal attraction of the polar regions, Lantern Theatre, Kenwood Park Road, Nether Edge, Friday and Saturday, 7.30pm.
Romeo & Juliet, vibrant production by Pilot Theatre, Buxton Opera House, Wednesday and Thursday, April 7, 2pm, 7.30pm, Friday, 7.30pm, Saturday, 2.30pm, 7.30pm (£12.50-£17.50).
Guys and Dolls, Frank Loesser’s biggest hit featuring such numbers as Luck Be a Lady and Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat staged by Ellesmere Operatic Society. Montgomery Theatre, Surrey Street, Thursday, March 31, and Friday, 7.15pm, Saturday, 2.15pm, 7.15pm (£10, 2364487).
Our House, Rotherham Teachers Student Academy production of the Madness musical, Civic Theatre, Rotherham, Thursday, March 31, and Friday, 7.15pm, Saturday, 2.15pm, 7.15pm (£10/ £9, 07546 226213).
Last Laugh Comedy Club, Karen Bayley, Bobby Sparkler, Tom Craine and the ubiquitous, Quincy, plus food, late bar and disco, Memorial Hall, Friday and Saturday, 8pm, doors 7pm (£16).
Mark Steel, expanding on his latest book, What’s Going On? – The Meanderings of a Comic Mind in Confusion, Buxton Opera House, Friday, 7.30pm (£15).
Dan Clark Live, stand-up show from the man best known Don Danbury in the BBC3 sitcom How Not to Live Your Life and Johnny Two Hats in The Mighty Boosh, Winding Wheel, Chesterfield, Friday, 8pm (£15); Memorial Hall, Wednesday, 8pm (£15).
The Glenn Miller Mystery, Future Legend Theatre Company explore one of the Second World War Two’s unsolved mysteries, Barnsley Civic, Hanson Street, Saturday, 7.30pm (£10/£8).