Articles relating to: Manchester
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..
From May 13, Manchester’s Science and Industry Museum will welcome Amazônia, a critically acclaimed major exhibition exploring the work of world-renowned Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado, with free tickets available now for its 12-week run.Read the full story..
Film Review: Explota explota (My Heart Goes Boom!), ¡Viva! 28th Spanish & Latin American Festival, HOME, Manchester
The anglicised title of Explota explota, a generous-spirited jukebox musical about Francoist Spain and dancing, is an irresistible invitation to declare, almost without shame, that the ¡Viva! 28th Spanish & Latin American Festival at Manchester’s HOME opens with a bang. Or should that be a ‘pop’?Read the full story..
We are living in strange times. For the first time in more than 40 years of opera-going, I was about to hear a national anthem.Read the full story..
Hard though it is to credit, Manchester’s Castlefield Gallery is fast approaching its ruby anniversary.Read the full story..
A new exhibition exploring the evolving areas either side of the inner ring road that encircles Manchester city centre and parts of Salford is at The Modernist in Manchester.Read the full story..
First, the good news. Even though it’s yet another stage show based on an 80s hit film, Adrian Lyne’s glossy and controversial 1987 tale of an extra-marital affair gone horribly wrong hasn’t been inexplicably transformed into a musical (although I can see the attractions of some sort of ‘bunny boiler’ singalong).Read the full story..
I’ve always thought that the length of a good lunch should be about the same as a football match: around two hours (give or take a few minutes for injury time and the obligatory half-time break).Read the full story..
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