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Review: The Blue Blue Sea

Beth Armstrong reviews a stage reading of The Blue Blue Sea as part of HOME’s Berlin Now festival

Photo: Hope Mill Theatre

Review: HAIR the Musical

Hair the Musical at Hope Mill theatre certainly leaves the audience on a high

Photo: Hannah Foy

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has claimed its place as the play of the year — it is quite simply magic

Photo: Royal Exchange

Interview: Daniel Rigby

Brogen Campbell talks to Daniel Rigby about playing Alan Turing, artificial intelligence, and his advice for young actors

Photo: Opera House

Review: Rocky Horror Show

Elise Gallagher is in for a theatrical treat at The Rocky Horror Show

Photo: UoM Comedy Society

Review: University of Manchester Comedy Society stand-up night

Roma Havers reviews the University of Manchester Comedy Society’s first open mic night

Photo: Royal Exchange Theatre

Review: B!RTH Festival’s USA & Brazil

The Royal Exchange Theatre opened its third day of the B!RTH festival with a bang, with two plays covering the experiences from Brazil and the USA

Photo: Palace Theatre

Review: Ghost the Musical

It had a roller-coaster of emotions, famous stars and yet the play was still lacking something

Photo: Royal Exchange Theatre

Review: Breaking the Code

Breaking the Code at the Royal Exchange Theatre was phenomenal and emotionally charged, which kept the audience engaged from beginning to end

Photo: Royal Exchange Theatre

Review: B!RTH Festival’s Syria & Kenya

The plays that are raising the issues and creating a discussion about childbirth and inequality

Photo: Opera House Manchester

Review: All or Nothing

It seems mod culture is definitely the newest trend to be revived

Photo: Lowry

Review: Don’t Wake the Damp

Kill the Beast’s play allows the audience to explore the mind-set of four different types of characters through tropes, evacuations, and a mysterious monster masked as rising damp