Photo: @Steve Tanner

Anuli Changa reviews Wise Children on its touring visit to HOME, an adaptation of the Angela Carter novel by Emma Rice

Photo: @Stephen Wright

Anuli Changa speaks to cast member Emmanuel Ighodaro about Inua Ellams’ Barber Shop Chronicles at the Royal Exchange Theatre in association with Contact Theatre

Photo: Lawrence Dinh

Cathy Wippell reviews MUMS’ Night at the Opera, including: L’enfant et les Sortileges and the staged premiere of Weir’s Armida

Photo: John Topliff

Alexia Pieretti reviews Swish Swish, a story of strong women and friendship, as of the Drama Society’s MIFTA season

Photo: @Shay Rowan

Review: Mydidae

Sam McElhattan reviews Mydidae the Northern premiere of a play written by BAFTA-winning playwright Jack Thorne and presented by Wonderhouse Theatre.

Photo: @Alex Mead, Decoy Media

Review: Sparkplug

Cathy Wippel reviews David Judge’s semi-autobiographical one-man show, Sparkplug

Photo: @Lerato Grace Mokate

Review: Twelfth Night

Anuli Changa reviews one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays, Twelfth Night, performed by the University of Manchester Shakespeare Society

Photo: @Philip Tull

Louise Avey reviews Trial by Laughter at the Lowry Theatre, which may go on to become a hit with seasoned theatre-goers

Photo: Flynn Greenwood

MIFTA Season: A Place

Kayleigh Crawford reviews Sass Holmes’ A Place, as part of the University of Manchester Drama Soicety MIFTA season

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Anuli Changa attends the Open Forum at YES as part of Contact’s Queer Contact Festival Weekender and reflects on discussions about the future of Contact Theatre once refurbished

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