Wish You Weren't Here (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By Dave Cunningham · 23 Jul 2014

A new play at The King's Arms chronicles the lives of those who fought in World War One

Pass (24:7 Festival, Manchester)
By Julia Taylor · 22 Jul 2014

A young couple are at the centre of Naomi Sumner's intriguing new play Pass

New Salford theatre space in Kings Arms welcomes Pinter's Dumb Waiter, 26 July
By Glenn Meads · 21 Jul 2014

Kings Arms opens a new space the Lucy Davis Vaults with Harold Pinter's The Dumb Waiter by Ransack Theatre.

Sheila Hancock, Grounded & 3 Little Pigs in Royal Exchange Studio Season
By Glenn Meads · 15 Jul 2014

Celebrated stage and screen actress is in conversation, new plays and a new spin on a celebrated fairy tale all feature in the Royal Exchange Studio new season.

David Degiorgio chats about Watching Goldfish Suffocate
By Glenn Meads · 12 Jul 2014

Writer and Actor David Degiorgio has penned new play Watching Goldfish Suffocate - based on his own battles with depression. We find out more.

Stones in His Pockets returns for UK tour
By Editorial Staff · 10 Jul 2014

The comedy centres on the impact of a Hollywood film crew on a small Irish town

Stage Experience's Footloose cast
By Glenn Meads · 10 Jul 2014

Young people get the chance to tread the boards in the hit musical adaptation, inspired by the film starring Kevin Bacon.

Blooming Buzzing Confusion and Pointless Anger, Righteous Ire - Michael Legge (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)
By David Cunningham · 7 Jul 2014

At the moment, over long but with a trim these two pieces could be funny at the Fringe.

LIoyd Eyre-Morgan's Beyond the Park set for Three Minute Theatre, 17 July
By Glenn Meads · 2 Jul 2014

Following Celluloid and Dream On, the young writer brings a new LGBT story to the stage.

Shakespeare spends Summer in Spinningifields
By Glenn Meads · 10 Jun 2014

Spend a Summer night or afternoon outside listening to the words of the Bard in Manchester.