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Review: Diana – The untold and untrue story

Review: Diana – The untold and untrue story

Diana: The Untold and Untrue Story is a queer person’s love-letter to the People’s Princess, timely comic relief given current anti-trans politics
Hope Mill Theatre takes 40 whacks

Hope Mill Theatre takes 40 whacks

Lizzie, a “true crime rock musical” based on the life of alleged axe murderer Lizzie Borden, has its regional premiere at Hope Mill Theatre
Lizzie launches at Hope Mill with music, murder and Maiya Quansah-Breed

Lizzie launches at Hope Mill with music, murder and Maiya Quansah-Breed

Hope Mill Theatre held a launch event for the first UK-built production of Lizzie, a “true crime punk rock musical” based on the life of American axe murderer Lizzie Borden
Review: Leaves of Glass

Review: Leaves of Glass

Leaves of Glass pulls back the curtain of the ‘ordinary’ family, exposing a mosaic of memory, manipulation, and heartbreak. This drama is a domestic archaeology, digging deep into the layers of past trauma and guilt.
Review: Lear

Review: Lear

HER Productions’ gender-swapped adaptation of King Lear is brilliantly subversive and phenomenally acted – but it could be better structured
Review: Head Over Heels

Review: Head Over Heels

You might not fall head over heels in love with The Go-Go’s musical but it’s the perfect show to see this LGBT+ History Month
Hope Mill Theatre will have you Head Over Heels

Hope Mill Theatre will have you Head Over Heels

Head Over Heels, a jukebox musical using the music of Belinda Carlisle and The Go-Gos, with a book based on Arcadia, is having its European premiere at Hope Mill Theatre
Review: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella

Review: Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella

The European premiere of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, starring Grace Mouat and Jacob Fowler, is tantalising audiences at Hope Mill Theatre
Jacob Fowler: From Since September to Cinderella this November

Jacob Fowler: From Since September to Cinderella this November

Ahead of the European premiere of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella at Hope Mill Theatre, Jacob Fowler discusses his career so far
Hope Mill Theatre is throwing a ball

Hope Mill Theatre is throwing a ball

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella flies into Hope Mill Theatre for its European Premiere
Musicals of Manchester: November

Musicals of Manchester: November

Find out what musicals are coming to Manchester this November!
A Theatregoer’s Lament

A Theatregoer’s Lament

Aayush Chadha laments about the current state of British theatre – in what was supposed to be a review of Classic!
Review: Passion

Review: Passion

Miriam Jarvis reviews Passion at Hope Mill Theatre, which stars Ruthie Henshall
Hope Mill Theatre gets passionate

Hope Mill Theatre gets passionate

Hope Mill Theatre’s adaptation of Sondheim’s Passion stars Ruthie Henshall in the lead role
Review: Vignettes

Review: Vignettes

Fashion Editor Alex Bikard reviews Vignettes at Hope Mill Theatre
Review: Saving Britney

Review: Saving Britney

Is there more to #FreeBritney than meets the eye? Saving Britney follows a fan’s love affair with the star, who secretly saves her.
All I Want For Christmas is Theatre: What’s on in Manchester

All I Want For Christmas is Theatre: What’s on in Manchester

Find out what shows are heading to Manchester’s main theatres over the holiday season
Review: Judy & Liza

Review: Judy & Liza

There has been many a notable mother-daughter duo. Jada and Willow. Kris and Kim. Goldie and Kate. Few, however, are as notable and incredible as Judy and Liza. Heck, they’re both so legendary, people often forget that they’re mother and daughter. At 75, Liza Minnelli (Cabaret) is older than her mother, Judy Garland (The Wizard […]
Preview: Zorro the Musical

Preview: Zorro the Musical

Zorro the Musical, which is inspired by the Isabel Allende novel and has music by the Gipsy Kings, opens at Hope Mill Theatre next month, starring Blue’s Antony Costa
Review: Welcome to Shangri-La

Review: Welcome to Shangri-La

Anna Jin reviews Hope Mill Theatre’s Welcome to Shangri-La, written by BAFTA Break-through Gemma Langford