Vamos Theatre offer a tale set in 1980s which looks back with fondness and nostalgia to the WWII wartime hospitals. With no words, an original soundtrack, visual effects and a strong physical performance, this promises to be an exciting and innovative work.
Barnsley Civic Theatre, 7.30pm 01226 327000 www.barnsleycivic.co.uk
This multi-talented singer turned TV personality is returning to the stage this month – so catch him while you can. He will bring his new album to Leeds on the 20th and we're expecting some entertaining chit-chat in-between his chart-topping hits.
First Direct Arena, Leeds, 7.30pm 0844 248 1585 www.firstdirectarena.com
Dylan Moran became known as the drinking, smoking book shop owner in the sitcom Black Books which, by the way, he also created. After a four-year break from comedy, he is bringing his dark humour to Harrogate for a stand-up show. Expect wine sloshing, sharp jokes and plenty of laughs.
Harrogate Royal Hall, 8pm 01423 502116 www.harrogatetheatre.co.uk
The Harlem Globetrotters return to Sheffield to face the Washington Generals in what promises to be an exhilarating match. Undefeated in their last nine games at the arena, the world-famous Globetrotters will be fighting to keep hold of their title in an evening that promises artistry, entertainment and some world-class basketball.
Motorpoint Arena, Sheffield, 7.30pm 0114 256 5656 www.motorpointarenasheffield.co.uk
Until 26th April
This wildlife exhibition gives you the opportunity to discover how British birds build their nests. Paintings, photographs and live video feeds will provide a fascinating insight into the world of nesting. Plus, artist Robert Fuller is hoping a tawny owl will lay a clutch in time for Easter – so you may catch a glimpse of some precious wild eggs.
The Robert Fuller Gallery, Malton 01759 368355 www.robertefuller.com