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REVIEW: An Italian in Madrid

RICHARD Alston dance company has arrived at the Lowry with the performance of ‘An Italian in Madrid’, coreographed by Alston himself.

As Alston is known for his unique and disciplined musicality we knew were in for a treat. 459 more words


Can the Raptors take the next step?

The clock struck midnight to end 2017 and this past year brought a lot of change in the world. Donald Trump is president, there’s a new crop of rookies that are looking like they’ll be hugely impactful for years to come, and Chris Paul has joined the Rockets, giving them a 1-2 punch that could push the Warriors to the limit in a 7 game series. 799 more words


DCDC17 conference videos now online

As an early Christmas present you can now watch some of the presentations from the ‘Discovering Collections Discovering Communities’ conference online- see the full selection here… 223 more words

Digital Heritage

Doctor Doolittle heads to The Lowry!

A brand new stage production of Leslie Bricusse’s family favourite Doctor Dolittle will be heading to The Lowry for Christmas 2018!

Produced by Music & Lyrics Limited who recently brought The Addams Family and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to the Salford venue, Doctor Dolittle will stay for the entirety of the festive season opening on Tue 11th December 2018 and running through to Sat 5th January 2019. 53 more words

Musical Theatre

A Season of Sparkle is coming to Lowry Outlet

Featuring a magical Elf Enchanted Christmas Market

Shoppers are invited to experience the magic of Christmas being brought to life as Lowry Outlet’s Season of Sparkle brings an Elf Enchanted Christmas Market plus magical family entertainment to the waterside shopping destination. 395 more words


Rubber Ring - The Lowry

This review was originally written for The Reviews Hub and published here.

Writer and performer: James McDermott
1st – 4th November 2017

If you like 1980s teen movies, you’ll probably enjoy  419 more words

Review: Messenger (The Giver # 3)

2 Stars:

This is going to be an extremely brief review haha.

Let me start by saying that the Giver is one of my favorite books, for nostalgia reasons as much as the fact that it’s actually just a great distopian novel as a stand alone. 237 more words