Kizzy Bray reviews Home, I’m Darling at the Lowry Theatre
Ahead of a new term of studying, well-being can often be forgotten about, so Louis Haddad shines a light on the best ways to engage with art to improve your mental health
The internationally renowned performance company, Clod Ensemble, blur the boundaries of art and science, and explore the power of the placebo in their latest production
Anuli Changa talks to Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham about the ‘Thinking Drinkers’ Pub Crawl’ ahead of its touring visit to The Lowry
Michael McQuaid reviews Emma Rice and Kneehigh Theatre’s adaptation of the 1938 film
The Peony Pavilion is one of the most famous Chinese love stories and is performed by the Chinese National Ballet at The Lowry
Showstoppers! create an entire musical production before your very eyes; a show that is improvised based entirely on audiences’ suggestions
The Geordie comedian delivered a blockbuster show on the stage at The Lowry
Saoirse Akhtar-Farren reviews the plentiful Pre-Raphaelite exhibition currently on show at The Lowry, and explores L. S. Lowry’s admiration of the avant-garde Victorian student group.
The placebo effect has been known and studied for decades. This panel discussion dissects placebo in the arts, in research and now it is studied for its implications as a legitimate medicine in the future.
Anuli Changa previews Pigtails Production’s ‘How to Hide a Lion’ adapted and directed by Peter Glanville
Eleanor Forrest finds out what it means for comedian Tez Ilyas to ’Teztify’ against modern day assumptions of himself as a Northern, Working-class, British Muslim.
The breakdown of our top art picks from the feminist festival of the year
The audience at the Lowry were treated to a wonderful performance that was visually superb and entertaining from beginning to end
All Genius, All Idiot is a delightful circus performance laced with tongue-in-cheek antics, yet does not shy away from edgier material
Paul Foot’s stand up makes for an uncomfortable watch with a few good moments