What’s hot and happening in Sheffield theatres? Check out our top-ten-pick for the best of what’s playing and where this weekend...

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Cleopatra, Northern Ballet, Lyceum Theatre, Thursday, March 24, 2pm, 7.45pm, Friday, 7.45pm and Saturday 3pm, 7.45pm (£16-£32).

Thriller Live, Jacko tribute, Buxton Opera House, Thursday, March 24, and Friday, 7.30pm, Saturday, 2.30pm and 7.30pm (£25.50-£29.50).

The Return, Buxton-based Moving Talent with the story by Patrick Gordon and Astrid Ayer of a trio of women friends meeting for lunch for the first time in 12 years and lurking beneath the reminiscences and revelations, is a terrible secret, Pavilion Arts Centre Studio, Buxton, Friday and Saturday, 7.30pm (£6/ £5).

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, Monday-Thursday, March 31, 7.45pm, Friday, 5.30pm and 8.30pm, Saturday, 4pm, 7.45pm (£15 - £31).

Jesus Christ Superstar, performed by Inspirations Theatre Company, Pomegranate Theatre, Chesterfield, Thursday, March 24, and Friday, 7.15pm Saturday, 2.15pm, 7.15pm (£10/ £8).

Disneyland Adventure , Disney on Ice show in which the “Fabs”- Mickey, Minnie, Donald, Daisy, Goofy and Pluto - decide to take a vacation of their own and head for the theme park where they meet many other favourite Disney characters, Motorpoint Arena Sheffield, Broughton Lane, Friday, 7pm, Saturday and Sunday, 11am, 2.45pm and 6.30pm (£13-£35).

Jimmy Carr, the acerbic comic, City Hall, Sunday, 7.30pm (£25).

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, Wednesday-Saturday, 7.30pm, Saturday matinee, 3pm

The Business Of Murder, the latest production offered by New Venture Players is a suspense thriller by Richard Harris that will keep you on the edge of your seats until its final shocking conclusion is revealed, Library Theatre, Tudor Square, to Saturday, 7.30pm (2698836).

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, Wednesday-Saturday, 7.15pm; plus Saturday, 2.15pm (£10, Wednesday four tickets for £32, (0114) 236 4487).