Andy van den Bent-Kelly heads to the Phones 4u Arena to see if one of the country’s best-known comedians can still deliver with his new Monsters Tour
Eric and Little Ern failed to bring sunshine to Benjamin Monk.
Caution: this is not for the faint-hearted. It’s not gruesome or terrifying, but Samuel Beckett’s trilogy of short plays on offer at The Lowry plunge you into the heart of Absurdism.
But they offer the full package at Manchester Opera House, Nicole Tamer takes a glimpse at The Full Monty.
Richard Smith reviews Evita at The Palace Theatre
Carys Lapwood reviews Propeller Theatre Company’s production of A Comedy of Errors at The Lowry
Jessie Cohen explores theatrical spectatorship in Queer Theatre – is it a step towards political activism or a force for perpetuating passivity?
Stephanie Scott previews Priscilla Queen of the Desert at The Palace Theatre
Luke Sharma attends a heart-rending production of Early One Morning at the Octagon Theatre, Bolton
Nicole Tamer interviews the talented poet, dancer and performer, Chanje Kunda.
A story of more woe – Richard Smith reviews the first HOME production and old classic Romeo and Juliet.
Stephanie Scott reviews three comedy shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival
Sam Ebner-Landy reviews Propeller Theatre Company’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream at The Lowry
Stephanie Scott reviews Priscilla Queen of the Desert at The Palace Theatre
Iona Douglas reviews Theatre Ad Infinitum’s explosive political piece, ‘Ballad of the Burning Star’ at The Lowry
Josephine Lane previews Action to the Word’s new physical theatre interpretation of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ at the Lowry