Ahead of the world premiere of The Shadow, a dark psychological thriller told through dance and movement, the co-artistic director of the company behind the new production – Company Chameleon – spoke exclusively to Mancunian Matters.
Emanuel Gat’s newest show, WORKS, is a stripped back dance piece which champions the dancer in their rawest form: a human.
Internationally celebrated choreographer Hofesh Shechter and his company displayed a striking piece of apocalyptic dance performance on Wednesday evening at HOME.
Last night saw the first of three new renditions of the Illuminate production held at the Longsight Library.
‘So many suffer in silence’: Manchester theatre group hopes to get anxiety patients dancing back to health
A dance and physical theatre group has found a creative way of approaching mental health issues by reaching out to sufferers with dance workshops and a short film.
‘He’s something of his own, and always will be’: Rusholme club remember David Bowie with event for cancer charity
In light of David Bowie’s death, a popular nightclub in Rusholme is putting on a themed charity fundraising night in tribute to the late music icon.
Enter Shikari, known for their high energy live shows and outspoken lyrics are looking to continue their ‘hobby that’s now got out of hand’ with their new remix album.
Inherently bold in nature, a ballet adaptation of Orwell’s classic Nineteen Eighty-Four is extremely courageous and venturesome to say the least but translated into a huge success for the Northern Ballet.
Don’t you… forget about me! Manchester MOSI hope to make dance floor discoveries linking music and memory
Manchester Museum of Science & Industry is set to get groovy for groundbreaking new Alzheimer’s research as the silent disco returns on Thursday August 20.
The biggest celebration of home-grown talent is coming to Manchester next month, as the Red Bull Academy and Manchester Carnival unite for the city’s wildest party of the year.
Manchester’s most loved club nights, The Warehouse Project, have announced their 10th anniversary season schedule – and it looks like it’s going to be as raucous as ever.