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Review: The Lowry Hotel – £15.95 three course Jan/Feb menu

It’s time to embrace the affordable glamour. Throughout January and February, the Lowry Hotel has launched a £15.95 three-course menu that is bathed in luxury

Machine with Hair Caught in It (detail) by U_Joo+LimheeYoung, Photo: Courtesy of The Lowry

Review: HumansBeingDigital

The Lowry’s latest exhibition creates an uncanny intersection between the human and the digital realm

Photo: Brinkhoff/Mögenburg

Review: Hedda Gabler

This modern Hedda Gabler was sparse, shocking, and posed many questions about power

Photo: Creative Tourist

A summer of art in Manchester

With summer on the way find out what Manchester’s galleries have got in store

Photo: The Lowry

Review: Police Cops

An hour long show of madcap physical theatre, acted with aplomb

Photo: The Lowry

Rare painting by LS Lowry makes its Salford debut

Lowry’s 1959 Berwick-inspired painting finds its way to Manchester

Photo: The Liquor Store First Street

Manchester ‘Walk of Fame’ honours city icons

The temporary ‘Walk of Fame’ installation marks the opening of a new bar

Photo: LuisPérezContreras@Flickr

Live: Benjamin Clementine

Benjamin Clementine delivers an intense performance at The Lowry, but does his debut album deserve the Mercury Prize?

Photo: The Lowry @Flickr

Review: A Shrektacular Performance

Harry Newton looks back on a fantastic performance by the cast of Shrek the Musical at The Lowry


Paul Foot: A man of many words that provide little discernible information

Features Editor Joe Evans speaks to Paul Foot and fails to get any real answers to any questions about anything at all

We Want You To Watch

Review: We Want You To Watch

Commissioned by the National Theatre, Alice Birch and RashDash’s Abbi Greenland and Helen Goalen bring their ‘We Want You To Watch’ to Salford’s Lowry

The Importance of Being Earnest

Review: The Importance of Being Earnest

Lucy Bailey’s new interpretation of Oscar Wilde’s classic ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ comes to the Lowry