The film is the cinematic equivalent of a slap in the face, making you sit up straight in your seat and pay attention.
Kristian Matsson – aka The Tallest Man on Earth – described performing a solo show in Manchester as “like a stress dream”.
Beautiful, powerful, and soulful.
Director Sarah Frankcom allows her actors to breathe and, given the space the sparse staging at the in-the-round Exchange provides, they’re able to push their character to a limit that is a joy to behold.
A night at the theatre could achieve many things – from tears of joy to tears of sorrow.
From the crowd booing her wayward punctuality, to telling aggravated audience members to ‘shush’ while she addressed an unhappy fan half-way through her set, the forecast lived to be true – This was certainly not your average show
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Eggs every which way… MM check out the new brunch option launched at The Alchemist
Don’t let the bed bugs bite! Woman’s visit to Manchester’s Merchants Hotel descends into creepy crawly hell
One night stay results in bed bug infestation guest takes home with her
MM visit the Danish summer favourite… and leave unimpressed
MM reviewed the Take the Crown tour on its second night