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Review: People, Places & Things

Anna Merabishvili reviews the touring production at HOME.

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Opinion: We need to talk about toilets

Dealing with the seemingly banal problems of theatre will keep it alive – so why are theatre critics being so dismissive of them? Theatre Editor Sophie Graci explores

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Review: We’re Not Really Here – A Football Opera

Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera

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Review: Rita, Sue and Bob Too

Jade Fox reviews Octagon Theatre Bolton’s revival of Andrea Dunbar’s seminal classic

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Opinion: ‘For the love of God, give me diversity!’

Does the blame for the lack of female playwrights in top theatres lie solely with artistic directors? Emily Oulton argues not

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Review: Yank! The Musical

A tonally confused musical lifted by some fantastic performances and moments of pathos and humour

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A summer of art in Manchester

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

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Review: Killing Curtis Drake

Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society, this play doesn’t quiet live up to expectations

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Review: Artificial Salt

Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society the ambitious and daring nature of this play pays off

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Review: Cloud Avenue

Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society this play is all about time travel with a twist

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Review: Was it good for you?

Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society this is a hilarious play about one night stands

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Review: Narvik

A truly haunting and mesmerising play by Lizzie Nunnery