TOP 5: Pickof the best stage
Homeless in Homeland: Sariyah
Idan brings her one woman documentary theatre show about home and the struggle displaced people have to achieve it to Theatre in the Mill, Bradford on April 7-9. Tickets from the box office 01274 233200. The Graduate: Fifty years since the release of the classic film, a new production is being staged at West Yorkshire Playhouse. Catherine McCormack is Mrs Robinson and Jack Monaghan plays Benjamin. It runs from April 28May 27. Box office 0113 2137700. Dick and Dom Live!: The children’s TV favourites are about to be unleashed at The Alhambra Theatre, Bradford in a show full of madcap challenges and fun games guaranteed to have the audience in stitches. On stage April 11. Box office 01274 432000. Am I Dead Yet?: The award-winning cabaret show is, despite its subject matter, an uplifting selection of stories and songs. It explores the growing view that death is not a moment but a process. Leeds tour March 30-April 2. Venues and tickets unlimited.org.uk Around: A quirky new show for children aged five and over, two acrobats will arrive at The Civic, Barnsley with hobby horses and transform the stage into a circus, with monkeys, elephants and snakes conjured out of air. April 9 at 2pm & 5pm. Tickets 01226 327000.