This is no bible-bashing gospel play! From missionaries in pink sequin jackets to Darth Vader and Yoda, The Book of Mormon is pure musical chaos – but it’s absolute genius at the same time.
With festival performances coming up and a debut album being recorded, it’s an exciting time for the four-piece.
‘How he really is…’: As It Was director Charlie Lightening reveals film will lift the lid on the REAL Liam Gallagher
May 30, 2017 – During the most emotional period the city’s seen since the Manchester Blitz, 18-year-old me queued to see Liam Gallagher play the first show of his comeback at the Ritz.
Elections 2019: Labour lose seats and cling to power in Wigan as opposition pick up steam around them
A disappointing night for the Labour Party in Wigan saw them lose three seats, but it could have been much worse for the leading party if it wasn’t for tight margins.
MCFC 125: Celebrating the Birth & First Successes of Manchester City will be held at The Dancehouse Theatre, Oxford Road on Thursday April 11 at 7.30pm.
Stockport’s own Blossoms finished their sell-out weekend at the Victoria Warehouse in style on Sunday.
Tom Grennan had the sold-out Manchester Academy belting out hits from his debut album Lighting Matches in an electric gig on Friday.
The National Theatre’s innovative adaptation of Macbeth successfully is reimagining a Shakespeare classic at The Lowry.
National Theatre’s Macbeth lands at The Lowry – and director Rufus Norris has put a modern spin on it
Macbeth is playing at The Lowry, Salford this week as the National Theatre brings one of Shakespeare’s finest works back to life.
Elections 2018: Labour and Lib Dems battle to 8-8 draw as Stockport Council remains in no overall control
The two biggest parties won eight seats each, while the Tories won three and the Heald Green Ratepayers claimed one.
A Freedom of Information request by MM to Greater Manchester Police revealed the 2016 figure of 672 had inflated by 375 cases to 1,047 in 2017.