The Lowry’s latest exhibition creates an uncanny intersection between the human and the digital realm
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Lowry’s 1959 Berwick-inspired painting finds its way to Manchester
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Features Editor Joe Evans speaks to Paul Foot and fails to get any real answers to any questions about anything at all
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The famous conference returns to Greater Manchester on Sunday in what promises to be the biggest TEDx event ever hosted in the UK
This modern Hedda Gabler was sparse, shocking, and posed many questions about power
An hour long show of madcap physical theatre, acted with aplomb
The temporary ‘Walk of Fame’ installation marks the opening of a new bar
Harry Newton looks back on a fantastic performance by the cast of Shrek the Musical at The Lowry
Commissioned by the National Theatre, Alice Birch and RashDash’s Abbi Greenland and Helen Goalen bring their ‘We Want You To Watch’ to Salford’s Lowry
Ure’s one-man show is a testament to the timelessness of his songs
It’s Joy Division as you’ve never heard them before, but is it a testament or a disservice to their legacy?
Parade, The Lowry, 27th – 28 Any members of the audience taking their seats as the cast broke into ‘The Old Red Hills of Home’ would have thought that they had arrived two hours late for the evening’s performance. The opening chorus of Parade possessed all the qualities of a number preceding a curtain call […]