The sequel to Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at the Hope Mill Theatre is full of charm, heart, and a great deal of joy.
Like a kind of LGBT time-warping Howard’s End, The Pride shows how relationships, sex, self-worth and fate are intricately entwined with the society and period we live in.
The Return of the Soldier is compelling proof that, as the centennial anniversaries of the First World War draw to a close, there are still new stories and new perspectives of the Great War to be found.
Spring Awakening is an ambitious, sweeping musical about teenagers trying to make sense of the world around them in socially repressive 19th century Germany, but with a very contemporary feel.
Manchester’s Christmas lights switch on was full of frivolities and fantastic fireworks, but a strong sense of solidarity was also present.
#BeMoreMartyn paid an emotional tribute to Manchester attack victim, Martyn Hett, at the Hope Mill Theatre on Sunday and Monday – now play director, Adam Zane, is looking to “spread the message” nationally.
#BeMoreMartyn: Coronation Street and other delights to light up Manchester attack victim theatre celebration
Two charity nights celebrating the life of Manchester bomb victim, Martyn Hett, will be held at the Hope Mill Theatre starting on Sunday.
Hollywood glamour and mind games with an unexpected twist are thrust together in the gothic surrounds of an English haunted house in Joe O’Byrne’s The Haunting of Blaine Manor.