The MM Curry Cast investigates Manchester Asian food culture, tastes Ziya’s new menu and gets the thoughts of some people in the know, such as Great British Bake Off’s Chetna Macan to answer whether it really is ok to order a Korma.
“There’s no point in reflection,” Dame Janet Suzman explains with a wry smile of healthy experience on her face.
It’s hard to express exactly what it is that works so brilliantly about James Thierrée’s latest offering.
According to director Douglas Rintoul, The Crucible is ‘the perfect play for our post-truth times’.
For almost a decade, Ibérica has been the go-to for foodies looking for a Spanish fix in the heart of central Manchester.
The challenge for any page-to-stage adaptation is to inject new unfound life to an author’s words.
Gurinder Chadha’s Viceroy’s House is an ambitious project to say the least.
More than 250 Metrolink drivers have gone through intensive training ahead of the opening of the Second City Crossing tram route.
“At least it’s not shite!” Danny Boyle laughs, with a mixture of joy, relief, and pride evident from his characterful face.
It’s safe to say that with its return to Salford, Simon Stephens’ adaptation of the Mark Haddon novel has established itself as a true classic of 21st century theatre.
Much Ado About Nothing is one of the most frequently performed and familiar of Shakespeare’s comedies, and this RSC touring production feels safe yet fun.