The British Soap Awards is one of the biggest nights in the television calendar; the night when the stars of the country’s most-watched television shows come together in celebration of the last twelve months of unbeatable drama.
Entering its fifth season, the successful BBC Radio 4 show hosted by Steve Punt challenged students and dons of the University of Manchester alike
The Mancunion’s Annabel Cartwright reviews Sam Ebner-Landy’s contribution to the MIFTAs; a stage adaptation of 1985’s Brat Pack classic The Breakfast Club
The Producers is back in Manchester after 7 long, long years. Starring Jason Manford and Phil Jupitus, The Producers is the show of the season.
Annabel Cartwright reviews one of the picks of this years MIFTA performances; Bad Company, a comic drama by Tom Mackintosh
Nicole Tamer anticipates MUGSS’s upcoming performance of Patience with excitement as the cast get ready to woo, sing and make the audience end up in stitches
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
Spamalot offered a lot of surrealist surprises and a hilarious evening, writes Matthew Gormley
Staying true to the spirit the original musicals and movies, Royal Exchange’s play exceeds the expectations of Luke Sharma
Friday the 15th of May saw ‘Told by an Idiot’ cast a ghostly spell over the Royal Exchange with their adaptation of ‘The Ghost Train’
An unfortunate start by tenor Ji-Min Park was quickly overcome by the impressive ensemble of Verdi’s La Traviata
Lauren Gorton reviews Dominic Berry’s poetry performance for LGBT History month at Manchester Central Library
The Irish comedian, best known as the misanthropic bookshop owner Bernard Black, is currently on tour with his new show Off the Hook
The eye-opening and thought-provoking performance never lost its humour, despite the seriousness of the content, writes Aimée Grant Cumberbatch
Camilla Lindner reviews Scuttlers, a play about the gang culture of 1880s Manchester. A thought provoking play, which engages all of the senses
The University of Manchester Musical Theatre Society impressed the jury and audience at the annual NODA awards. Nicole Tamer spoke to the winners Richard Aaron Davies, Tom Durrant and Jess Ewart to find out more about their success.
Tuesdays at Tescos shows the life and struggle of a transgender woman who tries to get accepted as a daughter by her father. The one-hour monologue gives the audience a sense of the difficulties transgender people have to face every day, writes Camilla Lindner