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27th December 2018 | By Matt Hartless

12 Days of Manchester: Three is the number of different types of events at PUSH festival

PUSH Festival returns to HOME from Friday 11th to Saturday 26th of January 2019. The festival is a programme of performances, films and exhibitions at...


21st January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Cabaret: A Show About The End of Love @ PUSH Festival, HOME

There is nothing better than a jazz singer singing about the woes of love and a string quartet accompanying her, playing the emotional and portraying the different...


21st January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: True Stories @ PUSH Festival, HOME

A mixture of spoken word, music, dancing, singing, storytelling and cooking a full-three course meal on stage, True Stories journeys through four talented artists’ stories of...


16th January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: [email protected] PUSH Festival, HOME

One for sorrow, two for joy, three for a girl, four for a boy, five for silver, six for gold… With the origins of superstitions...


16th January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Hatch Home (Imprint) @ PUSH Festival, Home

Spoken word and poetry is not for everyone, but you cannot deny a rise in the interest in this performance art, with poetry slams and...


13th January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: Said the Seismograph About the Tremor @ Push Festival, HOME

A brand new piece of work in its early stages, Elmi Ali presents 1970s post-revolutionary Somalia rubbing up against present day Mancunian diasporic sensibilities in...


13th January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: The Manchester Project @ Push Festival, HOME

Monkeywood Theatre Company have commissioned 19 Mancunian writers to write 19 tiny but titanic new plays exploring Manchester and its people. The plays take us from Moss...


13th January 2018 | By nq_admin

Review: The Return @ Push Festival, HOME

Inspired by both Stephen King and Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, the audience saw an abridged version of act one.  The Return is the story of...