Cultural and political icon Will Self will be giving an insightful talk about his memoir, Will, at The Lowry this November.
Since the late noughties, there has been an increasing number of people turning to ‘pods’ as their number one destination for football discourse.
The National Theatre’s production of A Taste of Honey may have begun its UK tour at The Lowry Theatre in Salford, but the Salford it represents is a world away from the glitz and glamour of Media City.
Little Miss Sunshine brightened the entire room’s spirits on opening night at the Lowry, bringing just as much charm and character to the stage as it did on the big screen.
World War Two is over, and the soldiers have finally come home. In this colourful, spirited rendition of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, romantic shenanigans provide a welcome relief for the battle-weary characters and delight the audience.
When a gobby hairdresser, Rita, enrols on an open university course and is assigned to an initially less than willing tutor, Frank, the pair are clueless as to the lessons they are destined to teach each other.
Petticoats, pastel-coloured kitchens and Mr Sandman on the radio; from the opening scene, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Laura Wade’s newest play was set in America’s swinging 1950s. You would, however, be wrong.
Multiple award-winning musical Blood Brothers has made its way to The Lowry in Salford – and boy how it made an impression.
“We hope you have enjoyed the show”, musician Clinton Curtis sung to all those present at The Lowry on Friday, concluding this innovative take on one of The Beatles’ masterpieces with a homage to the timeless title track on Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band.
Fifty years on from The Beatles’ trailblazing Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, world-renowned choreographer Mark Morris is bringing an exuberant music and dance work to Manchester.
Self-proclaimed “remoaner” funny-man Nish Kumar unleashed an impassioned tirade of fire and fury on the people of Salford at the Lowry Theatre, the biggest audience that he has ever performed for.