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Glenn Meads is leaving the building on 19 December. Here, the writers reflect on their favourite moment covering theatre in the North West.
Porno Chic is fascinating and unmissable, at the Kings Arms in Salford until Saturday.
The performances and the actual production lift the piece, says Craig Hepworth.
Craig Hepworth takes a look at what's coming up on the fringe scene.
Vertigo Theatre Productions bring original play to the King's Arms and an earlier hit returns.
Watching Goldfish Suffocate needs to be seen, says Helen Jones.
Writer and Actor David Degiorgio has penned new play Watching Goldfish Suffocate - based on his own battles with depression. We find out more.
Vertigo Theatre Productions are set to stage David Degiorgio's play about Manic Depression which has already attracted support from Ian Puleston Davis (Owen in Coronation Street).
Helen Jones admires and enjoys this timely exploration of the effect of a High School shooting.
Craig Hepworth looks at how updating the works of Shakespeare is beneficial for the audience.
Jerry Mitchell's revival of his 2005 Broadway musical opens in Manchester ahead of its West End transfer
Priscilla is still funny and remains camp, but something is missing, says Craig Hepworth.