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21st Nov
The Oxford English Dictionary defines Woke as originally meaning well-informed and up-to-date. But nowadays, alert to racial or social discrimination...
19th Nov
Now, Les Misérables is a musical very close to my heart, after performing in two productions of the musical, I think I know all the words to all...
18th Nov
One woman’s life-long love for Billie Holiday’s music, for the stars, and for her lost baby brother. Who Wants To Live Forever? is about camping...
17th Nov
The Contact theatre will close the doors of its iconic Oxford Road building at the end of December 2017 ahead of a major £6.75million capital...
16th Nov
Never has a play had me so consistently on the verge of tears – both from laughter and from hard-hitting raw emotion. Yet, once the shaky mid-western...
16th Nov
Proper Job Theatre’s performance of Medusa casts a light on everything we’ve been afraid to talk about, until now. Writer Helen Mort creates an...
15th Nov
A sea of old and young filtered into the Manchester Arena on a chilly November evening to watch Las Vegas born rock band The Killers perform. As the...
14th Nov
After walking through the doors of the Apollo on Monday night, for the second time in five days, it only took a few moments for me to realise I’d be...
14th Nov
As one girl in the audience shouts naively in to her friend’s ear, “EVERY BAND NEEDS A HARMONICA”, it sums up perfectly the experience of seeing...
Home Manchester, Uncle Vanya, A Revolution Betrayed?, Chekhov
10th Nov
Who would have thought that Chekhov could be so funny? Probably not Chekhov himself, though Australian playwright Andrew Upton obviously sees the...

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