A giant Syrian refugee puppet found her home on return to Manchester last night in a visual event hosted at
“It’s a bit of a risk, coming to the theatre,” Lauryn Redding tells us at the start of the show.
TNA Impact Wrestling veterans Bobby Roode and James Storm, of the reformed Beer Money tag team, believe it’s time for more UK shows on the US promotion’s schedule.
Most performers take decades to become masters of their craft, but the same cannot be said of forensic mind reader Colin Cloud.
Manchester’s Irish World Heritage Centre might seem an unlikely venue for an African fashion show but that’s exactly what’s in store at the Cheetham Hill venue.
The brave men and women of Manchester’s emergency services will be showcasing the lifesaving, crime-stopping, community-protecting work they do at the Trafford Centre tomorrow.
‘All a bit weird’: Manchester photographer on making his dream reality and capturing memories ahead of first show
A Manchester Metropolitan University graphic design graduate is opening his first photography exhibition today and says ‘it’s all a bit weird’ to finally be pursuing his dreams.
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.
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.
The downward facing dog is no strange phrase for any yoga fans, but how about ‘doga’?
Manchester comic Kerry Leigh has revealed that an intrinsic love for her brother inspired her oddly named new headline show at the Frog and Bucket.