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Articles relating to: Manchester Royal Exchange

QUEENS OF THE COAL AGE - L-R Jane Hazlegrove (Dot) & Conor Glean (Michael)- image Keith Pattison

Theatre Review: Queens of the Coal Age, Royal Exchange, Manchester

July 4, 2018 Comments Off on Theatre Review: Queens of the Coal Age, Royal Exchange, Manchester

I have a confession.

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RET The Almighty Sometimes - Julie Hesmondhalgh (Renee) & Norah Lopez Holden (Anna) - Image Manuel Harlan

Review: The Almighty Sometimes, Royal Exchange, Manchester

February 16, 2018 Comments Off on Review: The Almighty Sometimes, Royal Exchange, Manchester

Every so often, a piece of theatre comes along that leaves you astounded.

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Julie Hesmondhalgh, Broadchurch

Julie Hesmondhalgh talks Broadchurch, Brexit and the importance of theatre

April 17, 2017 Comments Off on Julie Hesmondhalgh talks Broadchurch, Brexit and the importance of theatre

It’s the final episode of Broadchuch tonight. If like Northern Soul you’ve been gripped by the last series of this superlative drama, that’s due in no small part to Julie Hesmondhalgh’s gripping portrayal of a rape victim.

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Alfred Enoch

From Harry Potter to King Lear: Alfred Enoch talks to Northern Soul

April 1, 2016 Comments Off on From Harry Potter to King Lear: Alfred Enoch talks to Northern Soul

When Talawa Theatre Company last appeared at the Royal Exchange with its groundbreaking production of Arthur Miller’s All My Sons, Northern Soul was blown away by the production.

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Director Caroline Steinbeis

Directing The Crucible: Caroline Steinbeis talks to Northern Soul

September 14, 2015 Comments Off on Directing The Crucible: Caroline Steinbeis talks to Northern Soul

Caroline Steinbeis’s time is precious.

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Graeae Theatre Company: Write to Play

April 11, 2015 Comments Off on Graeae Theatre Company: Write to Play

Write to Play is a bold new writing initiative from Graeae Theatre Company. It is committed to developing the skills and experience of deaf and disabled writers. In the second of our series, one of the participants explains how it all works and what it means to her.

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