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Bruntwood Prize Ceremony 2017

1,898 plays, 100 dedicated readers, 8 judges, 6 winners. The Bruntwood Prize has been inspiring the creation of new theatre since 2005. It invites anyone — ...

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Brand new women's theatre society taking back the stage

Ready to take back the stage, the Women’s Theatre Society (WTS) is aimed at women of all religions and ethnicities. The group ...

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Review: Duckie

They say that children are true critics. If a show excites them, you’ll hear the giggles of glee and hushed whispers to ...

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Bruntwood Prize Ceremony 2017

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Brand new women's theatre society taking back the

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Review: Duckie

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Bruntwood Prize Ceremony 2017

Jade Fox attends the Bruntwood Prize Ceremony 2017 at the Royal Exchange Theatre

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Brand new women’s theatre society taking back the stage

Saira Baksh introduces us to the Women’s Theatre Society at the University of Manchester

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Review: Duckie

Will Vincent reviews Le Gateau Chocolat’s family friendly retelling of The Ugly Duckling

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Review: This Is Not A Safe Space

Jade Fox reviews Jackie Hagan’s ‘amputee comedy’ — part of Contact’s Flying Solo Festival 2017

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Review: Hedda Gabler

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

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The Indian Society hosts Diwali Mela 2017

ISOM hosted a Diwali Mela at the Manchester Academy, capturing the magic of the festival

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Review: We Are Ian

Georgia Carney reviews We Are Ian, part of Orbit 2017

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Interview: Ian Hislop & Nick Newman

Theatre Editor Sophie Graci talks to Ian Hislop and Nick Newman ahead of the opening of The Wipers Times at The Opera House

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Review: How to Win Against History

Izzy Lewis reviews How To Win Against History, the final performance in HOME’s Orbit Festival 2017

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing

Anuli Changa reviews Much Ado About Nothing, part of 3MT’s Shakespeare Festival

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Review: Days of Wine and Roses

Anuli Changa reviews Days of Wine and Roses at 53Two Theatre

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Review: How To Save The World Without Really Trying

Bourgeois & Maurice’s flamboyant neo-cabaret takes over HOME as part of Orbit 2017