Moscow City Ballet have delighted audiences with the first of a two-night-only production of Swan Lake at Manchester’s Palace Theatre.
Manchester is a city that’s second to none – but you can’t beat a good trip to the Land of Oz.
Matilda, who travelled all over the world while sitting in her little room in an English village, finally opened in Manchester this week as the Royal Shakespeare Company’s award-winning adaptation of Roald Dahl’s 1988 book came to the Palace Theatre.
Fame has been a cultural phenomenon since the 1980s.
Legally Blonde: The Musical manages to be everything – a fun, fiery, empowering, extravagant, heartfelt production that never takes itself too seriously.
This Is Elvis is ‘One Night’ of countless flaws and missed opportunities, lacking any coherent narrative which makes it no more than a second-rate tribute show.
There’s nothing like a night at the theatre to take you on a rollercoaster ride of emotions. In this regard, Blood Brothers is arguably the Big Dipper of productions.
A show better be worth the hype if it’s to run for two consecutive months in Manchester.
Forget cream-coloured ponies and crisp apple strudels – this new stage production of The Sound of Music will be one of your favourite things.
Thriller Live brought Michael Jackson’s heart, soul and iconic moves back to life at the Palace Theatre.
It’s never a given that a movie-turned-musical will find any degree of success.