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Review: Kindertransport

In the nine months leading to the outbreak of the Second World War, amid a climate of hostility escalating violence towards Jews, ...

Photo: Keith Pattison

Review: Evita

Evita is one of my favourite musicals, so when the opportunity came to see the latest touring production at Manchester’s Palace Theatre, ...

Photo: Dominic Clemence

Review: A Comedy of Errors

Right. First things first, A Comedy of Errors is not a good play. Like that Aldi smoked cheddar that’s still hanging out ...

Photo Credit: Diane Samuels UK Tour

Review: Kindertransport

Posted on Apr 18, 2014 1
Photo: Keith Pattison

Review: Evita

Posted on Mar 20, 2014 2
Photo: Dominic Clemence

Review: A Comedy of Errors

Posted on Mar 17, 2014 3
Photo Credit: Diane Samuels UK Tour

Review: Kindertransport

Carys Lapwood reviews Kindertransport at The Manchester Opera House

Photo: Keith Pattison

Review: Evita

Richard Smith reviews Evita at The Palace Theatre

Photo: Dominic Clemence

Review: A Comedy of Errors

Carys Lapwood reviews Propeller Theatre Company’s production of A Comedy of Errors at The Lowry

Photo: Dominic Clemence

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Sam Ebner-Landy reviews Propeller Theatre Company’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Lowry

Photo: The Palace Theatre

Review: Let It Be

Pam Sidhu reviews The Beatles themed musical, Let It Be, at The Palace Theatre

Photo: Russian State Ballet and Opera House

Review: Carmen

Adam Fearn reviews Carmen at The Russian State Opera House

Photo: Jonathan Keenan

Review: Orlando

Amber De La Haye reviews Orlando at The Royal Exchange

David Acton (right) as Peter Quince in A Midsummer Night's Dream. Photo credit: Dominic Clemence

Interview: David Acton

Carys Lapwood interviews ex-UoM student and actor, David Acton about Propeller Theatre Company, comedy and his time at the University of Manchester

Photo credit: George Combe

Review: Strangeways

Harriet Leitch reviews Strangeways at The King’s Arms Theatre

Photo credit: Proto-type Theatre Company

Review: The Good, The God and The Guillotine

Iona Douglas reviews Proto-type Theatre’s The Good, The God and The Guillotine at Contact Theatre

Sophie Robinson (Nina) in The Seagull by Anton Chekhov, directed by Chris Honer (The Library Theatre Company at The Lowry, Salford, 21 February - 8 March 2014). Photo by Jonathan Keenan

Review: The Seagull

Josephine Lane reviews The Library Theatre Company’s production of The Seagull, adapted by Anya Reiss

Photo credit: Murdo Macleod

Review: Ballad of a Burning Star

Iona Douglas reviews Theatre Ad Infinitum’s explosive political piece, ‘Ballad of the Burning Star’ at The Lowry