An award-winning play remembering the 1981 Moss Side riots returns to Manchester at the end of this month.
Charlie and Jennie come rushing through TriBeCa’s doors, clearly worried they’re late, brandishing a guitar case and dragging a massive suitcase behind them.
Sasha Ellen has certainly found herself in a pickle on more than one occasion, so much so that she has written an entire comedy show based around her romantic misadventures.
As part of the Women in Comedy Festival 2019 held in venues across Manchester, Susan Murray will be performing her show How Not To Die in A Plane Crash this Saturday.
“I don’t like female comedians” is the mindset that Manchester’s Women in Comedy Festival 2019 aims to debunk with a whole month of performances by funny ladies across the city.
‘What do people think I am? Some kind of Henry VIII character?!’ MM chat to comedian Justin Moorhouse ahead of Northern Joker tour
MM chat to comedian Justin Moorhouse before his 39-date Northern Joker tour, starting in Salford on January 19, with the Manchester United fan highly likely to be more entertaining than this season’s displays at nearby Old Trafford.
“It is an odd thing where you’re doing comedy and getting paid to comment on the collapse of western civilization,” reflects Nish Kumar on his job as a political comedian.
Plaster Cast Theatre make their return with their commendable play ‘Action Man’ back in Manchester next month.
Morrissey, love him or hate him, is an undeniably large icon in pop culture.
Clad in a red unitard, with two space hoppers strategically positioned to create a bulbous and grotesque form, the Red Bastard turns heads wherever he goes.
You’d expect stand-up comedian Nish Kumar to be nervous, but he thinks that’s not necessarily a bad thing.