Trollope – King’s Arms, Salford

If you could travel back in time, who would you meet? Rosa Parks, Oscar Wilde, Nikola Tesla, Shakespeare, Che Guevara, and Aphra Behn would definitely be on my list. Ronnie Leek's original comedy sees its hero meet H.G Wells and discover a time-travelling wheelchair. Born a fully grown man, Percy Trollope propels himself into the... Continue Reading →

Our Kid – King’s Arms, Salford

Taran Knight's Our Kid was one of the highlights of the summer's GM Fringe Festival. It received critical acclaim and was nominated for several awards, including Best New Writing, Best Actor, and Best Drama. Thankfully for those who missed it at the GM Fringe, Knight has returned to the King's Arms, with a slightly extended version of... Continue Reading →

Snowflakes – The King’s Arms, Salford

Every snowflake that falls from the sky is unique. Each has its own individual composition and identity. Hung Theatre's Snowflakes is a collection of six short plays that are distinctly different from one another, but are all inspired by the 'snowflake' generation. As the plays are singular, I will write a separate review for each.... Continue Reading →

Buckets – The King’s Arms, Salford

Life is constructed from a million small moments of seemingly little significance. However meaningless, these are the moments that define who we are. Adam Barnard's Buckets is a collection of thirty-three interconnected small scenes depicting everyday life, from family matters and blossoming relationships, to depression and confronting mortality. Each scene is unique and captivating, encapsulating... Continue Reading →

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