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Five Reasons To See...F***ing Men
By Editorial Staff · 27 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Joe DiPietro’s F***ing Men is coming to the Lowry following successful runs at the King’s Head, the Finborough and Arts Theatre in London, and cast member Adam Unze gives us five reasons n
As We Forgive Them (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 25 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Venue: Pure - Blue: The PrintworksIn an effort to find meaning in the murder of his daughter aspiring politician John Daniels (Richard Vergette – who also wrote the play) tries to educate, and s
Dancing to the Sound of Crunching Snails (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 25 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Venue: Pure - Funktion (The Printworks)There is very little that even a talented cast and director can do with Joe Graham’s slight play Dancing to the Sound of Crunching Snails.Katie (Catherine
Freshers (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 24 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Venue: New Century 1Steve Pearce's Freshers is one of the more refreshing plays to reach Manchester for some time. It opens with a classic comic scene, based at university. On her first day Hephzibah ...
Working Title (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 24 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Venue: Pure (The Printworks)Working Title is the debut play of writers James Jowett and Adam Davies, and, sadly it shows. Their determination to write something original, funny and clever has ...
Green Light for £28m Redevelopment of Everyman
By Theo Bosanquet · 24 Jul 2009 · West End
The long-awaited £28m redevelopment of Liverpool's Everyman theatre has been given the go-ahead after Arts Council England pledged to invest £12.8m in the project. The Everyman, which was created
Frontline (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 23 Jul 2009 · Northwest
New Century 2, Manchester After the death of her brother, Paul, in a gang shooting Aisha (Clair Robinson) enrols in college seeking a way out of her deprived circumstances. This a
Detaining Mr K (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 23 Jul 2009 · Northwest
New Century, Manchester Joint directors James Douglas (who also wrote the play) and Wendy Richardson open their production of Detaining Mr K in style. We are not so much an audience as a panel rev
Cell (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 23 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Pure: Blue, ManchesterCell is an intense and, at times, disturbing look into a day in the life of Hickey, a very bright but damaged young Irishman who has endured years of over expectation and ...
Maine Road (24:7 Festival)
By Editorial Staff · 22 Jul 2009 · Northwest
Pure Funktion, Manchester Maine Road is a gentle and moving play examining the effect of change upon those things from which we derive our identity and sense of community. In the

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