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“The thing about Brecht,” says Housemate, “is you’re not supposed to feel empathy towards the characters.”Read the full story..
Typical! You wait ages for a D.H. Lawrence play, then three come along at once.Read the full story..
SO HERE WE ARE is a play about young lives cut short and a touching portrait of childhood friendships under strain in adult life. Director Steven Atkinson writes about the upcoming production at Manchester’s Royal Exchange.Read the full story..
In the first of a new series focusing on pre-theatre eats in the North West, Northern Soul’s Guy Kilty visits three restaurants within a stone’s throw of Manchester’s Royal Exchange.Read the full story..
It’s easy to argue that all awards are pointless and the dance that takes place between nominations being announced and tearful acceptance speeches (or bitter recriminations in the pub afterwards) is an especially pointless sideshow to the real art already created elsewhere. Okay. I feel your indifference.Read the full story..
Scan your local school noticeboards and community halls and you might notice a peculiar thing: everyone’s putting on Little Shop of Horrors these days.Read the full story..
When it comes to the performing arts, you’d have to say that John Lahr is steeped in them.Read the full story..
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