Stephanie Scott reviews three comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
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Who Cares is a play based on the real life testimonies of young carers from Salford as part of a campaign to raise awareness of young carers in the UK
Anuli Changa talks to Lizzie Morris and Ayden Brouwers after their work in progress performance in Oxford as part of the OffBeat Festival
Anuli Changa talks to director Rosie Thackeray about what East means to her and the process of preparing to take the play to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2019
Liv Clarke speaks to Grace Currie, the Manchester graduate who took on the “massively daunting” Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Harry reminisces about performing in Festivus Collective’s ‘The Henriad’ at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe
This feisty piece of promising writing from a Young Pleasance alumnus is bound to administer an injection of fun into the Fringe programme
A writer and his writer’s block are about to embark on their biggest adventure yet, the Edinburgh Fringe
The Edinburgh Fringe – what it is, who it’s for, and one Manchester University student’s experience of it.
Kayleigh Crawford reviews Awkward Conversations with Animals I’ve F*cked
Stand-up comic Liza Treyger is coming to Manchester as part of her European tour
Awkward Productions’ hit one-man show arrives in Manchester next month
Their performances involve real-life head shavings mid-show
Eleanor Forrest finds out what it means for comedian Tez Ilyas to ’Teztify’ against modern day assumptions of himself as a Northern, Working-class, British Muslim.
Lauren Gorton reviews Dominic Berry’s poetry performance for LGBT History month at Manchester Central Library
On the 9th of February, Elise Gallagher visited the Bolton Octagon to see the acclaimed psychological thriller INSIDE, presented by Strawberry Blonde Curls Theatre Company
Jana, the junior half of quirky mother and daughter show Jana and Heidi answers questions about university life, starting a career in comedy and her performance at the Lowry
The University of Manchester’s very own fringe festival, brought to you by the Drama Society.