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.
MM reviews Agatha Christie’s Black Coffee showcased at the Manchester opera House starring Jason Durr.
An award-winning playwright is crowdfunding to bring a production loosely based on the Rochdale child grooming scandal to Manchester.
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.
Love, revenge and 86,000 gallons of water: Why you can’t miss Romeo and Juliet’s tragic tale at Victoria Baths
Manchester audiences will experience the romance and tragedy of a mysterious criminal underworld, in a site-specific reimagining of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.
The Bard with balls: Othello given Manchester makeover – kick(starting) Shakespeare onto the football pitch
Lass Productions will be performing Othello, using modern day football to play out the tragedy that unfolds.
Trams, trams, wherefore art thou trams? Actors invade Metrolink to honour Shakespeare’s 450th birthday
Manchester commuters treated to spontaneous Shakespeare performances on the Metrolink this morning in honour of the legendary playwright’s 450th birthday.
Award-winning producers promise to bring theatre with ‘political edge and impact’ to Manchester Fringe Festival
MM caught up with Colin Connor, Nick Birchill and Lisa Connor – creators of Len Johnson – Fighter. A tale about a Salford boxer who was denied the chance to be British champion because of his race.
Len Johnson… fighter: Story of Salford boxer-turned civil rights activist to premiere at Manchester Fringe Festival
Len Johnson – Fighter is the story of the man many consider to be Britain’s best middleweight of the late 1920s and early 1930s
Money talks: Play flaunts £10,000 in COINS on stage at Manchester’s Royal Exchange to highlight economic woes
Money The Game Show has been captivating audiences across the country and tells a unique story which relates to how the financial system crashed.
Manchester’s Palace Theatre has splashed out £40,000 on 500 luxurious new seats.