The performer, who suffers from cerebral palsy, uses the show as an opportunity to explain life with a disability whilst poking fun at some of the ridiculous notions surrounding it.
There was always going to be mixed feelings about a stage production of Jane Eyre.
The Beast are set to play three nights at The Lowry Theatre, Salford, from Wednesday through to Friday as part of the theatre’s Halloween Spooktacular.
The scheme, passed this week by planning chiefs in the city, will include building 1,400 new homes, a market square and an events hall.
The crowd gathers in anticipation. Young and old take their positions in plush red seats, in a theatre which removes all barriers between the actors and the audience.
Immortalising Salford’s most prolific artist on the one thing all of us use daily is the greatest honour to a man who refused to be recognised by awards.
We need to stop trying to ‘fix’ autism sufferers to make them think like us, and instead appreciate the condition for all its life-changing and beautiful characteristics.
This brazen, sensual and dark adaptation of du Maurier’s Rebecca has proved a breath of fresh air in its rework of the 80-year-old Gothic classic.
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.
An internal memo from the Lowry’s Chief Executive has warned staff that the theatre is concerned about the potential reaction against a pro-Palestinian performance taking place in May.
John is the unapologetic, visceral and devastating true tale of one man’s search for acceptance from within a life abandoned by society and family.