The Lowry theatre will reopen for live shows in late November, but it will be a different experience for audiences
“You start to forget yourself. It was incredible to be reminded of who I am again.”
Company Chameleon celebrated their 10th anniversary with a stunning triple bill show last Friday at the Lowry Theatre, showing three pieces of emotional, riveting and jaw dropping dance.
King Lear – the tale of a monarch’s decent into madness after he attempts to secure an early retirement – is perhaps Shakespeare’s finest tragedy. And it is done a great justice by the Northern Broadsides troop at The Lowry.
The concept of the play takes a while to get going, but once the audience are comfortable with the story, it starts to get anything but, as the tricks of the horror trade are brought in and viewers invariably jump out of their seats.
Where time has dulled the wit or the vigour of other stalwarts of the comedy circuit, Al Murray’s routines remain as fresh and lively as the most expertly poured pint.
As LGBT History Month enters its final week Outings the world’s first show about real-life ‘coming out’ stories arrives in Manchester for a one-off performance tonight.
Art with Heart is a Manchester-based non-profit organisation that aims to engage young people and inspire changes in their view of themselves and the world around them.
ThE Lowry is appealing for hated crockery donations ahead of an award winning show at the Quays theatre next month.
STOMP launched at Salford’s Lowry Theatre last night with a riotous first show that saw the audience become the performers
War Horse at The Lowry is a powerful display of art in action backed by the heart-warming and evocative narrative of the novel by Michael Morpurgo, who made a special appearance on stage