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Sheffield City Opera present a creative and modern interpretation of Mozart’s The Magic Flute at The University Drama Studio tonight and tomorrow at 7.30pm. Tickets £11/£12. Tel 0114 2694958 or www.sheffieldcityopera.co.uk

The Stannington Players present Move Over Mrs Markham, a farce by Ray Cooney and John Chapman, at The Lomas Hall Stannington, tonight and tomorrow at 7.30pm. Tickets £6/£5. Tel 2342176

Hallam ’89 Theatre Club are producing David Wood’s adaptation of Roald Dahl’s children’s classic James and the Giant Peach at The University Drama Studio from September 15-16 at 7.15 pm and September at 17 5pm. Tickets £7/£6. Tel 2335333/ 2303718 or email david@dnhague.f9.co.uk

Stars@Last perform a variety show for charity Safe@Last at Rotherham Civic Theatre at 7pm on September 16. Tickets £10/£9 Tel 01709 823621.

Hambledon Productions present a Hard Act to Follow, a comedy by John Hewer at The Library Theatre, on September 17 at 7.30pm Tickets £8/£6 Tel 01472 388019

Splinters presents The Wedding Singer a musical comedy at The University Drama Studio at 7.15pm from September 20-24, including a 2.15pm Saturday matinee. Tickets £11/£10/£9. Tel 07910 251584 email jillybean@splinterstheatre.co.uk or book online at www.splinterstheatre.co.uk.

The Priory Players are performing Secondary Cause of Death, a comedy thriller by Peter Gordon at the E.P.P.i.C. Theatre High Street Ecclesfield at 7.30pm, from October 4-8.Tickets £6.50/£5.50. Tel 2402624.

Tudor Players present Improbable Fiction by Alan Ayckbourn at The Library Theatre from October 11-15 at 7.15pm.

Midland Players are performing Tom Jones at The University Drama Studio from October 12-15. Tel 2361186.