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'Legally Blonde' is currently showing at the Manchester Opera House. Photo: Joe Sandler Clarke

Must See This Week In Theatre: 17th Sept – 24th Sept

A guide to what’s happening in Manchester theatre this week

The Lowry Theatre, Salford Quays. Photo: John Walker

Theatre: What Manchester has to offer

Jospehine Lane presents you with a guide to the best in Manchester theatre

The Lament of Swordy’s Swell!

The Lament of Swordy Well- Review


Hell hath no fury like a man stalked on twitter

Review: Stewart Lee at The Lowry

Hath a Jew not eyes?- Israeli Theatre and the BDS Movement

Curtis McLellan looks at the proposed boycott of Habima, the Israeli national theatre company.


Saturday night, Sunday morning

It lacks the heart of the novel and film, but this adaptation of Sunday morning still has a lot to offer

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Live at Owens Park

On Wednesday 21st March be ready to wet your comedy whistles with the witty delights of Chris Ramsey and Tom Deacon. Recognise the names? Chris…

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Chris Ramsey on being funny

Before he wows the crowds at Owens Park on 21st March, comedian Chris Ramsey was jolly lovely enough to answer a few questions for The…


Cofilmic’s Final Cut

Following Cofilmic’s launch at the end of October, the evening was another successful one for Cofilmic founder Janet Harrision. The Manchester based comedy film festival…


Told By Theatrical Geniuses

Review- You Can’t Take It With You at the Royal Exchange


Good Company

Review- Company at Sheffield Crucible Theatre


Review: Glenn Wool at The Frog & Bucket 18/1/12

Did a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band have a hand in 9/11? Do beavers have a messiah? These are only a couple of the questions that this Canadian funny man addresses in his one man show, currently touring the UK.