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As Nigel Barrett and Louise Mari's piece Party Skills for the End of the World opens in London, they've put together this personality quiz to find out how you might deal with the apocalypse
The actress and singer will star in a new stage adaptation of Derek Jarman's film Jubilee
As the Manchester International Festival closes, our critic reflects on John McGrath's first year as artistic director
Jane Horrocks stars in this clumsily put together but engrossing story of Manchester's industrial past
Made In China's new show Double Double Act proves how different our sensibilities are from our own children
Schaubühne's Thomas Ostermeier adapts Didier Eribon's bestselling memoir for this world premiere at MIF
Theatre Rites present this immersive children's piece in a warehouse at the Museum of Science and Industry
Yael Bartana's discussion-cum-performance, directed by Vicky Featherstone raises some interesting questions about the state of the world
This new verbatim piece by Simon Stephens, Scott Graham and Karl Hyde looks at fatherhood in all its complexities and contradictions
The playwright on his upcoming Manchester International Festival piece Fatherland, what it's like having someone play him and why he's finally working in verbatim theatre
Jeremy Deller's What Is the City But the People? opened the festival in the centre of the city last night
We talk to the director about What is the City but the People?