The Pianist (Manchester)
By Editorial Staff · 19 Jun 2009 · Northwest
Unusually for the Royal Exchange, The Pianist is not an in-house production and the theatre has not so much been dressed for the occasion. Quite the opposite, as it is stripped bare. Deepening shado
Mark Babych on... Leaving The Octagon
By Editorial Staff · 19 Jun 2009 · Northwest
After ten years, the current artistic director of the Bolton Octagon Theatre, Mark Babych departs at the end of the month.During his time he has taken the building from a period of commercial and
The Pitmen Painters set to make North West Debut
By Glenn Meads · 18 Jun 2009 · Northwest
Following the start of The Lowry's Summer season, tickets are now on sale for Lee Hall’s award-winning play The Pitmen Painters, making its North West debut this Autumn, followi
Dr Korczak's Example (Manchester)
By Editorial Staff · 18 Jun 2009 · Northwest
You expect to be taken aback by Dr Korczak’s Example because it deals with the treatment of Jews by the Nazis in World War II.But this play by the award-winning David Greig, based on a true stor
Women On The Verge... headed for the Lowry
By Glenn Meads · 17 Jun 2009 · Northwest
Two of television’s most recognisable faces, Louise Jameson (Eastenders, Dr. Who, Bergerac, Tenko) and Janet Dibley (Fat Friends, Where the Heart
Late at Tate: turning art into theatre
By Michael Hunt · 17 Jun 2009 · Northwest
An art exhibition will literally come to life at Tate Liverpool next month as it prepares to welcome over 40 performers - including high-profile artists from the UK and Europe - as well as local ...
No Short Cuts With…Drew Quayle
By Editorial Staff · 17 Jun 2009 · Northwest
Liverpool playwright Drew Quayle tells how perseverance proved crucial in getting his play The Salon produced … but that it’s all been worthwhile in the end. He i
Nederlands Dans Theater 2 (Tour - Salford)
By Editorial Staff · 17 Jun 2009 · Northwest
The latest production by the Nederlands Dans Theatre 2 company comprises two new pieces and an old favourite; all of  which, demonstrate the imagination and vitality of the company.Offspring, ins
Quadrophenia (Tour - Manchester)
By Glenn Meads · 17 Jun 2009 · Northwest
Judging by the amount of scooters parked outside the Opera House, many who had come along to the first night of the Manchester leg of the Quadrophenia tour were in search of nostalgia. But this prod
Smile relies on senses at Lowry
By Glenn Meads · 16 Jun 2009 · Northwest
A new show promises to awaken the sense literally, when it arrives at the Lowry, direct from Belgium, Ontroerend Goed offer a unique theatrical experience that has astounded audiences all over the ...

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