A picturesque setting hosted the unveiling of the very gritty World War II drama World on Fire written by Hazel Grove’s own Peter Bowker, with members of the cast present to share their thoughts.
Christopher Spencer – better known as Twitter’s @Coldwar_Steve – will release his new book, A Prat’s Progress on October 24, just in time for Britain’s exit from the EU on October 31.
Co-produced by York Theatre Royal in association with Bristol Old Vic, the company of Wise Children are fierce in their non-stop energy as Emma Rice skilfully delivers a spirited adaptation of Enid Blyton’s Malory Towers that is toe-tappingly infectious to all.
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Interview: Are The Low Flying Geese about to take off? MM chat mankinis and the late Ray Boddington with Piccadilly Rats docu maker
Nathan Cunningham, who owns The Low Flying Geese production company, is awaiting confirmation from the BBC on whether they will commission his documentary debut Piccadilly Rats: Live in Moderation – which charts the highs and lows of the band and has been three years in the making.
Returning to the UK again for their latest album tour, Canadian rockers Wintersleep descended upon the intimate venue of the Castle Hotel and revived a unique rock sound fading from the indie landscape.
It’s official; we have now reached the zenith of the ‘Radio 4 joke’ – a joke so high-brow that only a handful of a crowd of keen Radio 4 listeners let out a knowing chuckle at the Storyhouse in Chester.
The National Theatre’s production of A Taste of Honey may have begun its UK tour at The Lowry Theatre in Salford, but the Salford it represents is a world away from the glitz and glamour of Media City.
Analysis: Why history proves HS2 is the key in turning the Northern Powerhouse from dream to reality
Eagle-eyed history buffs from the North West may already be aware of an important anniversary that occurred on September 15: when in 1830 two of Britain’s true Northern powerhouses were forever linked when the first journey on the Liverpool to Manchester railway line took place.
The United States are not realising the incredible “Chinese technological prowess” in the context of the US-China trade war and will ultimately be defeated by their Asian rivals, says a leading University of Manchester academic.