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Review: Robin Hood: The 80s Panto!

Review: Robin Hood: The 80s Panto!

If you’re Holding Out for a Hero look no further than Contact this Christmas, refreshing the classic legend of Robin Hood with 80s hits.
Contact Theatre is Holding Out for a Hero this Christmas

Contact Theatre is Holding Out for a Hero this Christmas

eight-freestyle return to Contact Theatre with Robin Hood: The 80’s Panto – a retelling of Robin Hood with festive spirit and 80s bangers
Review: Betty! A sort of Musical

Review: Betty! A sort of Musical

Betty! A sort of Musical, co-written by and starring Maxine Peake, is a wonderful but wonky musical that only sort of honours Baroness Betty Boothroyd
Review: Jersey Boys

Review: Jersey Boys

Jersey Boys, a jukebox musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, explores the balance of complex relationships with toe-tapping music
The Lowry goes blue for Black History Month

The Lowry goes blue for Black History Month

The Black Blues Brothers, a carnivalesque tribute to The Blues Brothers, is poignantly ending its run at The Lowry in Black History Month
Walk Like a Man to Manchester Opera House

Walk Like a Man to Manchester Opera House

Jersey Boys, the jukebox musical about Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, is coming to Manchester Opera House
The Lowry gets bloody ahead of Halloween

The Lowry gets bloody ahead of Halloween

Blood Brothers, aka “the Standing Ovation musical”, is visiting The Lowry this October
Some waffle about some play: Why you should write for Theatre

Some waffle about some play: Why you should write for Theatre

Manchester’s theatre scene is thriving – from Shakespeare to hit musicals, here’s why you should write for The Mancunion’s Theatre Section.
Review: As You Like It

Review: As You Like It

Harriet Cummings reviews As You Like It at the Lowry
All the world’s a stage at the Lowry

All the world’s a stage at the Lowry

An all-Northern adaptation of Shakespeare’s As You Like It is playing at the Lowry next week
Review: The Rocky Horror Show

Review: The Rocky Horror Show

Harriet Cummings reviews The Rocky Horror Show at the Palace Theatre
Palace Theatre Manchester gets ready to do the Time Warp (again)

Palace Theatre Manchester gets ready to do the Time Warp (again)

The Rocky Horror Show returns to Manchester mere months after it last played – this time playing at the Palace Theatre
Review: The Cat and The Canary

Review: The Cat and The Canary

Harriet Cummings reviews The Cat and The Canary at the Opera House, starring Bond girl Britt Ekland and West End star Marti Webb

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