Articles relating to: Manchester
As a result of the pandemic, Manchester-based LGBTQ+ theatre company Green Carnation was on the verge of calling it a day.Read the full story..
Hermione Burton, one hopes, would have loved it.Read the full story..
If you visit The Refuge in Manchester, you’ll find a rarity of an exhibition: images by renowned photographer Tish Murtha, as well as a selection of my work from East Manchester.Read the full story..
Here’s the thing. On paper, Mischief’s The Play That Goes Wrong might not sound like much.Read the full story..
It’s about time. Popular culture may have fragmented, broken up into TikTok-sized soundbites and time-shifted downstream from communal viewing, but it’s still at the heart of everyday living.Read the full story..
From its underground conception in the drag bars of 90s New York where its name spread by word of mouth from lips as unlikely to lock as those of early admirers Barry Manilow and David Bowie, to its ill-starred incarnation in a film that opened then faded in the debris of 9/11; from slow-burning reappreciation through a second life on DVD to providing an early plot point in Sex Education, the cult of Hedwig has swollen in proportion across the decades, gathering disciples devoted to its singular subject.Read the full story..
In 1983, the last time the Red Guitars performed in Manchester, they played at The Haçienda.Read the full story..
In these tentative, post-lockdown times, many theatre venues tend to programme safe, obvious, well-known shows, those crowd-pleasers that will guarantee them an audience.Read the full story..
Untruths unveiled, reckless actions and distancing yourself from your carer, it’s all part of adolescence.Read the full story..
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