She’s best known for playing Madge: the cantankerous pensioner in the hit ITV comedy series Benidorm.
‘We have a responsibility for the leaders we elect today’: The Emperor star Kathryn Hunter speaks with MM
The gripping tale of the rise and fall of Ethiopian emperor Haile Selassie is brought to life in this stunningly simple stage adaptation of the novel by Polish journalist Ryszard Kapuściński.
The classic Greek play The Odyssey has been modernised to show a woman’s point of view of the ‘macho’ Greek world by a Manchester-based theatre-maker.
A play – completely in Mandarin and banned in China – is set to hit the stage at Manchester’s Contact Theatre.
A Bolton preschool has turned itself around in record time, jumping from an Ofsted rating of ‘Inadequate’ to ‘Good’ in just four months.
‘While our lovers can talk, they cannot touch’: Disabled Manchester actors explore technology as barrier to love
Technology is seen by many as something that can break down all conceivable barriers.
With award winning actors and a community chorus of 53 Manchester residents, Home’s latest play The Oresteia takes the city by storm.
David Cameron was the target of a political rant from the stars of Kneehigh theatre company’s musical Dead Dog In A Suitcase in the post-show talk at Manchester’s HOME yesterday.
Shocking short stories of human trafficking from around the world are brought together in one educational and inspiring theatrical performance set to hit the stage at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
Phone sex operator Cameryn Moore will be performing her award-winning play Phone Whore and writing her world-famous ‘sidewalk smut’ at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival this month.
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.