This new play about immigration explores some interesting ideas, but that's also it's weakness as it feels like a discussion, says Kristy Stott
David O'Doherty is a natural and light comedian, but short of belly laughs, says Geoff Hodge
Following success with Translunar Paradise, Theatre Ad Infinitum bring their new show to the Lowry
Kristy Stott reviews Birmingham Royal Ballet's latest piece at the Lowry and finds that it's flawless
Sara Cocker finds David Baddiel on form and very funny at the Lowry
Geoff Hodge loves the thrills of Cirque Beserk at the Lowry.
Berkoff's Lunch is slightly too pretentious for Julia Taylor at the Lowry.
The Library Theatre casts its final production under its current name - before re-branding as Home
Joanna Ing is mesmerised by Rise and Fall of a Northern Star, part of the Library Theatre's Re:Play Festival at the Lowry
One Clapping Hand at the Lowry is enjoyable yet bitter-sweet, says Sarah Bloomer