Tag: Library Theatre


Miss Nightingale in rehearsal at Doncaster
By Ron Simpson · 24 Mar 2014 · Northeast

At Cast in Doncaster, rehearsals for Matthew Bugg's WWII-set burlesque musical, Miss Nightingale, are in full swing

The Seagull (Salford)
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 25 Feb 2014 · Northwest

Kristy Stott enjoys Chris Honer's farewell production for the Library Theatre, as the production company becomes HOME

Brief Encounter with...The Seagull's Graeme Hawley
By Glenn Meads · 17 Feb 2014 · Northwest

Former Coronation Street star Graeme Hawley is in the last Library Theatre production The Seagull before it becomes HOME. Here he talks Chekhov, life after soap and why he likes working with Manchester's popular theatre company.

Lunch (Re:Play - Salford)
By Julia Taylor · 24 Jan 2014 · Northwest

Berkoff's Lunch is slightly too pretentious for Julia Taylor at the Lowry.

Cast: Library Theatre's The Seagull at Lowry, 21 Feb
By Glenn Meads · 21 Jan 2014 · Northwest

The Library Theatre casts its final production under its current name - before re-branding as Home

Rise and Fall of a Northern Star (Re:Play - Salford)
By Joanna Ing · 21 Jan 2014 · Northwest

Joanna Ing is mesmerised by Rise and Fall of a Northern Star, part of the Library Theatre's Re:Play Festival at the Lowry

Wanted! Robin Hood
By WhatsOnStage Reviewer · 4 Dec 2013 · Northwest

Wanted! Robin Hood gives a new spin on the man in tights and delivers - as a Festive treat at the Lowry, says Helen Jones.

Brief Encounter with ... Wanted! Robin Hood's Ciaran Kellgren
By Glenn Meads · 26 Nov 2013 · Northwest

As the country prepares to go panto-crazy, the Library Theatre are staging an alternative; their take on the man in green tights, which is coming to the Lowry

Library Theatre's re:play set for Salford in 2014
By Glenn Meads · 21 Nov 2013 · Northwest

The Lowry rounds up the best new theatre on Manchester and Salford's fringe theatre scene

Library Theatre Company invites young people to take part
By Glenn Meads · 24 Oct 2013 · Northwest

The Library Theatre's Young Company is offering performers aged 14-18 a chance to develop their skills

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