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15th April 2013

Must See: 15th – 21st April

A busy week for The Lowry this week means its a good time to take a trip out of town to Salford Quays

Rutherford and Son

Northern Broadsides directed by renowned theatre director Jonathan Miller bring a classic Edwardian Drama to The Lowry. Following John Rutherford a father and industrial tyrant who rules over both a work force and his family obsessed with keeping the business in the family. Where better to see a play set during a key moment in Britain’s industrial history, than in Manchester, a city steeped in industrial history!

Runs 16th – 20th April at The Lowry. Tickets £10.



The Thing about Psychopaths

Set in modern day Britain following a young man, Noel, who gets a big break at a major financial institution, finding himself out of his depth and struggling to cope as her realizes how small his compared to those who make the rules.

Runs 18th – 19th April at The Lowry. Tickets £5.



The Full Monty

On its way to the West End, via Manchester, the famous film based on the screen play by Oscar winner Simon Beaufoy has hit the stage. Now Beaufoy has headed back to Sheffield to rediscover the city and the place where the story started. Following six unemployed Northern steel workers and their job creation strategy the play, from the producers of Calendar Girls is sure to offer much hilarity

Runs 15th April – 20th April at The Lowry. Tickets £14.



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The Good Enough Mums Club review: An inclusive but heavy handed insight into the struggles of motherhood

Impactful, but a little underdeveloped. The Good Enough Mums Club handles challenging subject with crude humour

Little Red review: A magical and festive retelling for all ages

A musical delight that will transport you to a magical land and will make you feel like a kid again.

The Mongol Khan review: Spectacle over substance

The Mongol Khan is a bodacious production with beautiful design and break-taking choreography but the slim story and lack of substance are baffling, bemusing and bewildering