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I remember being invited to the first JB Shorts a decade ago and having little idea what to expect from a notion that had begun as a conversation over a few drinks between two writers, let alone imagining that it would blossom into one of the highlights of Manchester’s theatrical landscape.Read the full story..
Making theatre is hard. Making good theatre is even harder.Read the full story..
Win two tickets (and a bottle of prosecco) to The Stretch at Manchester’s 53two.Read the full story..
Win two tickets (and a bottle of prosecco) to the final of OFF CUT Festival, the short play competition where you decide, at 53two in Manchester.Read the full story..
Win two tickets to see The Glasshouse at 53two and a bottle of prosecco.Read the full story..
Manchester is thriving with creativity. Nevertheless, it is daunting to set up a new venue, whether its focus is art, music or theatre.Read the full story..
Summer is usually a quiet time here at the OperaWatch offices.Read the full story..
Think about the type of person you’d least like to encounter at a social function and I guarantee they’ll turn up in this play.Read the full story..
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The Northern Soul Awards 2018
The Northern Soul Awards 2018 took place at the stunning Manchester Cathedral on November 15. Here’s our list of winners, along with the Highly Commended and Special Mentions for each category. Congratulations!
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