More than a century on from its first UK performance, the task of pulling Ibsen’s controversial classic into the modern day is not insignificant.
The RSC begins its ten-day run in Manchester with their highly acclaimed pairing of Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing
The programme is aimed at community football projects around the world that have been created to tackle issues affecting young people, including substance abuse, unemployment and disability inclusion.
Scandal surrounded the first performances of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts in the late 19th century.
Never has vulnerability sounded so confident.
Holby City and Jesus of Nazareth star Robert Powell returned to the University of Salford to speak to students at their new £55m arts centre.
Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) has provided a heat map to help avoid traffic jams in the city centre during the Athletes’ Parade this afternoon.
How can the 1966 World Cup, cancer, and gambling addiction combine to create a coherent 70-minute one-man play?