What’s On in Manchester – August 2019

Falling smack bang in-between the Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter seasons, August is usually considered as a fallow month for theatre productions, as people flock to the Edinburgh Fringe for their theatre fix. In Manchester, there's no rest though, with plenty of great shows available throughout the month. Here are a handful of suggestions for what theatre... Continue Reading →

What’s On in Manchester – July 2019

It's July! It's the time for eating strawberries and cream whilst watching Wimbledon. If tennis isn't your cup of tea, you can always visit the theatre. With a host of different festivals taking place across Manchester this month, here are my suggestions what you can watch:- THE HIRED MAN - OLDHAM COLISEUM Until 6th July... Continue Reading →

Miss Julie – Hope Mill Theatre

August Strindberg's Miss Julie has always been a controversial domestic drama. When written in 1888, it was deemed too shocking and theatres refused to stage it. An intense portrayal of a sexual encounter between a valet and his mistress, it is a provocative play with morally corrupt characters. Its unflinching realism and bitter scrutiny of... Continue Reading →

The Exonerated – Hope Mill Theatre

Since 1973, 165 people have been released from death row, with evidence of their innocence. The Exonerated tells the true stories of six of these people, wrongfully sentenced for up to 22 years on death row. The play is written by Jessica Blank and Eric Jensen, and is meticulously researched. Constructed from case files, interviews,... Continue Reading →

What’s On in Manchester – June 2019

It's June! Summer has officially arrived, although somebody should tell that to the British weather! Festival season has kicked off, with Glastonbury, Download, and the Isle of Wight Festival all happening within the coming weeks. If camping in a muddy field isn't your idea of fun, you can always visit the theatre instead. At least... Continue Reading →

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