Corrie fans rejoiced last week when Gail McIntyre got down on one knee in Nick’s Bistro and popped the question to Michael Rodwell.
MM reviews Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee showcased at the Manchester opera House starring Jason Durr.
ThE Lowry is appealing for hated crockery donations ahead of an award winning show at the Quays theatre next month.
Leader of Rochdale Council Richard Farnell has said this year’s Rochdale Literature and Ideas festival will dazzle and entertain both the young and old.
The film itself is a rhetorical question; how much can you ever really know about your other half? The answer offered: next to nothing. If you’re lucky.
Visitors will be able to follow the paths some of the show’s most infamous killers on a guided ‘murder walk’ from October 27-31
Caroline Joynt and Tim Hans Smith run Willpower Youth Theatre in Wigan – a non-profit drama school that holds classes on Thursday evenings and Saturday mornings.
Boyhood, directed by Richard Linklaters and starring Ellar Coltrane, is an epic coming of age film unlike any other.
Trams, trams, wherefore art thou trams? Actors invade Metrolink to honour Shakespeare’s 450th birthday
Manchester commuters treated to spontaneous Shakespeare performances on the Metrolink this morning in honour of the legendary playwright’s 450th birthday.
The British comedian and former Manchester drama student Rik Mayall has died at the age of 56.
Today, the tale of Eva Peron, Argentina’s most infamous first lady, still has the ability to captivate audiences.