Greater Manchester Fringe Festival

Greater Manchester Fringe Award winners announced
By Will Longman
The festival saw 96 shows take place throughout the month
Life's a Gatecrash (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Dave Cunningham
Terry Hughes' debut play is a tense and disturbing thriller
Wish You Weren't Here (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Dave Cunningham
A new play at The King's Arms chronicles the lives of those who fought in World War One
Len Johnson - Fighter (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Dave Cunningham
Colin Connor's new play tells the story of "the greatest British middleweight never to be champion"
Be My Baby (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Sarah Bloomer
Honest exploration but lacks conviction in the delivery, says Sarah Bloomer.
Phill Jupitus : Shirking Progress (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By David Cunningham
Phill Jupitus covers some dark material in his new show and David Cunningham thinks with a few tweaks, it will be a hit at Edinburgh.
Someone Who'll Watch Over Me (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Sarah Bloomer
Gripping and claustrophobic says Sarah Bloomer of this excellent play.
Prufrock and Me (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By David Cunningham
Uneven but this new piece has tremendous potential, says David Cunningham.
Boxer play part of Greater Manchester Fringe Festival
Volunteers required to be part of this true life story about boxer Len Johnson, as it plays at the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival this Summer
Greater Manchester Fringe Festival seeks writers, performers, musicians and organisers
It's all hands on deck, as the popular fringe festival celebrates its third year of performances this July and the organisers need you.