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Theatre

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BAFTA Awards 2017

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) took place on 12th February at London’s Royal Albert Hall

Photo: Royal Exchange Theatre

Review: The House of Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba is a gripping and emotional play whose symbols and characters remain relevant 80 years after its original setting

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The Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting

The Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting is open for submissions

Photo: Palace Theatre

Review: Swan Lake

Moscow City Ballet produce exquisite dance numbers in the ill-fated love story of Swan Lake at the Palace Theatre

Lucian Msamati as the composer Antonio Salieri with the Southbank Sinfonia. Photo: Marc Brenner

Review: Amadeus

London’s National Theatre comes to Manchester’s HOME, first class entertainment at a Northern price

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Review: Narvik

A truly haunting and mesmerising play by Lizzie Nunnery

Photo: The Lowry

Review: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Mark Haddon novel is expertly brought to life on stage by Simon Stephens adaption as the play goes on tour around the UK

Photo: Sadlers Wells

Review: The Peony Pavilion – Chinese National Ballet

The Peony Pavilion is one of the most famous Chinese love stories and is performed by the Chinese National Ballet at The Lowry

Photo: National Theatre

What is coming to Manchester’s theatres in semester two

The best bits of theatre coming to Manchester this semester

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Interview: Lizzie Nunnery

The Mancunion’s Theatre editor Brogen Campbell talks to writer Lizzie Nunnery about her play ‘Narvik’

Photo: The Lowry

Review: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

The audience at the Lowry were treated to a wonderful performance that was visually superb and entertaining from beginning to end

Photo: Royal Exchange

Review: Sweet Charity

This reinvention of the classic Broadway musical will have you laughing, clapping and ready to dance the night away