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Relatively Speaking

Alan Ayckbourn delivers a rip roaring comedy of errors in one of his early plays, Relatively Speaking. Currently on tour around the UK, the King of Farces work is a genius piece of writing that doesn’t fail to amuse almost 50 years after it first took to the stage. 558 more words


Review: Al Murray "Let`s go backwards together" at The Lowry

Publican. Politician. Other thing beginning with P. Philosopher, yeah, that. The nation’s critically acclaimed bar-based-braveheart, Al Murray – The Pub Landlord has embarked on a common sense crusade to re-Great Britain in his brand new show and our Bloggers had the chance to be at The Lowry last night to witness it. 275 more words

Interview with Kill the Beast's Natasha Hodgson

Ahead of Multi-award winning Kill The Beast’s (no doubt) triumphant return to the Lowry with the deliciously dark and brilliantly balmy Don’t Wake The Damp… 1,190 more words

Pride and Prejudice: Regent's Park Theatre

Regent’s Park Theatre marks the 200th anniversary of Jane Austen’s death with a tour of its 2013 production of Pride and Prejudice.

Necessity dictates that some parts of Austen’s work have to be cut down or omitted altogether, and Simon Reade’s adaptation makes some interesting choices. 535 more words


Pride and Prejudice

First published back in 1813, Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice marks the return of Regent’s Park Theatre to The Lowry for a third time following their hugely popular visiting productions of To Kill a Mockingbird and Lord of the Flies. 563 more words

Witness preview: Company Chameleon

This is just a quick post to share my first feature for the British Theatre Guide – it’s about Company Chameleon’s new work Witness, due to be performed in full at The Lowry at the end of November. 44 more words

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Carlos Acosta Review

I was really excited to be able to review Carlos Acosta: A Classical Farewell for The Manchester Review in May

Carlos Acosta: A Classical Farewell…

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