Britons have long been fascinated by Princess Diana, and this interest has continued long after her untimely death in 1997.
Sally Rooney is the literary darling of the moment. For many, her novels, Conversations with Friends and Normal People, capture the voice of a generation, and have earned her a place in the millennial zeitgeist.
If you want army combat gear, trance music, bloodshed and humour, Manchester’s Macbeth is for you.
A French crime drama centring around the murder of an elderly woman in a poor commune in France sounds like it has all the right threads to make a compelling story.
‘As modern as possible’: Shakespeare with a twist comes to Salford in teenage adaptation of Twelfth Night
Picture a Shakespeare production with text messages and dance parties aiming to attract a younger audience.
‘We share the same ethos as FC United’: Fan owned club’s inception to be dramatised by Manchester theatre group
Cristiano Ronaldo may have mastered the art of play-acting on the field, but that’s where the similarities between football and theatre usually stop.
‘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.
‘You could be any one of these victims’: Manchester actress uses real domestic violence stories for play
Manchester actress Jo Fisher has created a new play exploring the complexity of domestic violence through the eyes of survivors and perpetrators from Salford.
Manchester needs a new theatre and more support for emerging writers, says one of its leading playwrights.
‘Sensational’ and star-studded examples of LGBT cinema are set to hit the big screen at Manchester’s HOME as part of a film festival that has been touring the country.
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh to pen drama about Manchester brothers behind Gio-Goi fashion empire
Trainspotting author Irvine Welsh is penning a new drama series about the real-life story of two Manchester brothers who built a global fashion empire on the back of the city’s acid house scene.