Don’t Miss A Beat is here to recommend five tracks a week. Rather than being a standard ‘five new tracks you must hear’ it will comprise a selection of music that fall into five categories.
A contemporary Mancunian version of Dylan Thomas’s famous play Under Milk Wood, written more in the voice of Salford punk poet John Cooper Clarke, is to be performed at this year’s Manchester Fringe Festival.
In an uprising that everyone thought would present hope for the Syrian people, the conflict that emerged has proved to be the greatest humanitarian crisis of our time.
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.
Manchester comic Kerry Leigh has revealed that an intrinsic love for her brother inspired her oddly named new headline show at the Frog and Bucket.
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.
Too Much Information is a new audio walk through the city and is the brainchild of Blast Theory, a group of interactive storytellers based in Brighton, who have teamed up with the Royal Exchange Theatre.
A collective of Manchester spoken word artists will take centre stage this month at the Contact Theatre in a night of poetry, prose and performance to mark Black History Month.
You can call me Al: Film fans get chance to chat with Pacino as Salomé screens in Manchester with Q&A
Al Pacino will be keeping his friends close but his fans closer as his double feature based on an Oscar Wilde play will air this Sunday at Manchester’s Odeon cinema, followed by a Q&A.
The Full Monty is running at Manchester Opera House until September 20
Orgasmatron challengers wanted! Peaches Christ invites you to Bearbarella, the extremely risqué stage-show parody that will be hitting Manchester next month.