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Lowry's Anthropocene Unconscious: or, Loving Lowry, part 2

Part one.

It has always been there, always been part of my love of Lowry, but only now has it become clear. Our context summons it, gives it voice. 239 more words


Loving Lowry, part one

So yesterday we ended up in Salford’s Media City, which should really be pronounced as a single word, mediacity – somewhere between mediocrity and mendacity. 425 more words


The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time at the Lowry

I was lucky to get a ticket for this performance at The Lowry in Salford last week. The play  has been a huge success for the National Theatre company in London and is currently on tour. 693 more words


Review: Mark Thomas- The Red Shed @ The Lowry

Last night i headed down to The Lowry Theatre in Salford to watch Mark Thomas`s The red shed which has won The Scotsman Fringe First winner – 2016… 252 more words


The Time to Win is Now

No need to mince words here; the Raptors’ performance over the last two weeks is of major concern, not only for the fans, but the franchise itself. 1,547 more words


Dark Hearts of Space - The Lowry

Dark Hearts of Space, realised and perform by Dasha Rush & Stanislav Glazov explores offered visuals and sounds which filled the stage as the cinematic images were visualised through a double screen. 185 more words