28th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: Gok Wan Naked and Baring All at The Lowry

From growing up on a Leicester council estate, to to becoming one of the country’s most recognised faces, Gok Wan has had a career that...


27th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: Man on the Moon at Manchester’s Contact Theatre

Looking at the dynamics of the father-daughter relationship that Keisha has with her father, Keisha shows us the multiple influences or barriers to them understanding...


24th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: The Head Wrap Diaries at Contact Theatre

Uchenna Dance present an uplifting blend of dance, theatre, great music, a good dose of humour and … hair stories The piece was devised in...


18th November 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: Cheryl Martin: Who Wants to Live Forever? at Contact Theatre

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 November 2017 | By nq_admin

Contact Theatre closes its doors for 2018

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 November 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: Medusa at The Lowry

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 entirely...

People, Place and Things

9th October 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: People, Places and Things at Home MCR

The National Theatre’s critically acclaimed People, Places and Things has embarked on a UK tour sustaining the same gritty themes of addiction, mental health and...

Little Shop of Horrors at Manchester Palace Theatre  

15th March 2017 | By jackwright

Theatre Review: Little Shop of Horrors at Manchester Palace Theatre  

The 1986 sci-fi musical film caused frenzy amongst theatregoers and film buffs alike, but it is this breath-taking stage production at The Palace Theatre that...

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

26th January 2017 | By nq_admin

Review: Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time

Adapted by Simon Stephens from the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon, Curious Incident tells the story of a young 15-year-old boy named Christopher. Christopher suffers from Aspergers. The...


20th May 2016 | By nq_admin

Tale of American Civil War at Hope Mill Theatre

Winner of the 1990 Tony Award for Best Score, Jason Robert Brown’s heart-rending musical is done immense justice in Manchester’s newest fringe venue, the Hope...


7th March 2016 | By nq_admin

Review: Romeo and Juliet performance by Birmingham Royal Ballet judged magical and flawless

There is something about Birmingham Royal Ballet in which they seem to bring a sense of magic to the stage, every production by the famous...


3rd March 2016 | By nq_admin

Beckett’s Endgame thrills at Home

Endgame is one of Samuel Beckett’s many masterpieces, it’s a play about the end and the thoughts and feelings of four people as the end...