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Theatre

There’s no shortage of theatres in Manchester. The Palace and Opera House show mainly West End productions and musicals whilst the Royal Exchange Theatre, the largest theatre in the round in Britain, The Lyric Theatre at The Lowry, which has the largest stage in the United Kingdom outside London's West End, and HOME, with its two performance venues, show everything from classic theatre and revivals to contemporary drama and new writing. The Greater Manchester Fringe puts on hundreds of productions every summer

6 great reasons to spend Christmas at HOME this year

HOME really is where the heart is this festive season as Manchester’s centre for  contemporary art, film and theatre puts on on a massive range...

HAIR The Musical: the sixties relived at Hope Mill Theatre

Psychologists and neuroscientists have long confirmed that the music we loved as teenagers holds a disproportionate power over our emotions. Songs we obsessed over...

Royal Exchange opens stylish rooftop garden as part of a multi-million pound refurb

The Royal Exchange's rooftop garden welcomes visitors to step out of the office, get a breath of fresh air and take in the spectacular view of...

REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors at the Palace Theatre

Of all the theatres in Manchester, the Palace is special to me. It may feature fewer shows per season than the Opera House and...

HOME is where the art is – and the food

I have a confession to make. When they closed one of my very favourite old haunts, Cornerhouse, last year and replaced it with the...

New play about homelessness crisis to premiere in Manchester – and the audience decides...

An unusual new play highlighting the homelessness crisis opens in Manchester next week before embarking on a regional tour. Parallel is a darkly comic drama...

Hello to Berlin: the spirit of one of Europe’s most creative cities is coming...

The artistic spirit of Berlin is coming to Manchester in a six-day festival of some of the best, the hippest and most happening art,...

12 Questions for Manchester Bees: Will Whelton & Joe Houston, Hope Mill Theatre

Will Whelton and Joe Houston gave up their careers on stage to become partners in crime. Well, life and work anyway. They are the...
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Preview: Little Men at HOME – a heartfelt new film by acclaimed film maker...

Manchester is a fantastic city for cinephiles. We have festivals, we host premieres, we drink at bars that screen movies during happy hour so...

Gaskell: The Musical! returns to Elizabeth Gaskell’s House by popular demand

Women from Ardwick and surrounding areas have worked together to devise songs and sketches inspired by the life, work and times of the Victorian...

Review: Sunny Afternoon at the Opera House – it really got me

You really got me now, you got me so I can’t sleep at night go the lyrics of the 1964 smash hit by The...

Review: I’m Standing Next To You at Twenty Twenty Two

Running late, I tapped the screen on my phone irritably, trying to load a map so I could find Twenty Twenty Two, the venue...
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