Baby Fever is an exciting new piece of theatre created by Contact Young Company and Theater DEGASTEN and presented by Contact and SICK! Festival
Theatre tickets are expensive, but young people and students can take advantage of the schemes, offers and discounts in place
Jess Johnstone reviews Sarah Esdaile’s touring production of Mike Leigh’s 1977 classic suburban tragi-comedy Abigail’s Party
Kayleigh Crawford reviews Sass Holmes’ A Place, as part of the University of Manchester Drama Soicety MIFTA season
Chloe Hatton spoke to Annabelle Devey and Jordan Vincent about why you should join the Comedy Society.
Actor and writer Nathaniel Hall talks to Issy Bolitho about his upcoming one-man play that is set to start an honest conversation about being HIV-positive.
Emily Tandy reviews Opera North’s production of Puccini’s ‘Tosca’ at The Lowry
What can you expect from the Pantomime Society? Chloe Hatton talks to its co-chairs to find out.
The cost of construction for the new arts centre will rise by almost £20m, taking the budget to a total of £130m
Sam Bronheim offers her personal top 5 reasons for why you should go to see the theatre
Jess Johnstone reviews Ghost at the Palace Theatre
Ella Marsden reviews Sleepwalk Collective’s Kourtney Kardashian at HOME
Ellie Martin talks to Young Identity and the work they do for the creative spirit in Manchester
Urussa Malik reviews The Manchester Collective’s ‘Pierrot Lunaire’
Sex, STDs, and Primark tops, Chloe Hatton reviews Annabelle Devey’s latest stand up.
Chloe Hatton reviews Fuse FM’s latest event, a CALM time, which was organised in collaboration with the Comedy Society in order to raise money for the Campaign Against Living Miserably
Evie Appleson reviews ‘One Hundred Different Words for Love’ at HOME as part of Orbit Festival 2018