A thespian, a scouser, and Puss in Boots walk into the Lowry Theatre. It sounds like the start of a
The Lowry Theatre celebrated the 20th anniversary of its official opening by the Queen this week, although due to coronavirus,
The Lowry, Salford will host two 30-minute performances of Dr Blood’s Old Travelling Show outside its venue tomorrow (Saturday, October
Babe, the Sheep-Pig has kicked off at The Lowry in Salford.
Ian Fleming’s Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is given a remastered production of homecomings, marvel, genuine fright and the odd dash of flamboyance at The Lowry.
Zoe Lyons interview: ‘Misfit’ on a mission chats The Lowry, lesbian heckles, lizard-like Theresa May and life on tour
Zoe Lyons is not someone with a lot of time on her hands. Speaking to MM a week before her tour kicks off, it’s clear that preparations are now in full swing.
‘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.
The production, which attempts to retell this horrifying tale and pay homage to those who lost their lives in the Bradford Fire, is coming to The Lowry on Saturday 23 April.
Manchester’s opera lovers are in for a treat as young American sensation Noah Stewart is set to wow the city as he passes through on his UK solo tour next month.
The Great War… from the saddle: ‘Realistic’ War Horse praised as historian sheds light on animals’ WWI role
The arrival of hit theatre show Warhorse to The Lowry has seen the play galloping in to the limelight, but what about the untold stories of millions of other horses used in WW1?
Chorus, created by award-winning British artist and composer Ray Lee, is constructed of a collection of metal tripods supporting rotating arms with speakers attached.