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Cabaret | The Lowry, Manchester

Cabaret, directed by Rufus Norris, is the revival of the classic stage musical that is now over fifty years old. Set in 1930s Berlin, during the rise of the Nazi party, Cabaret charts the relationship between cabaret singer Sally Bowles and young American writer Cliff Bradshaw. 790 more words


Jason Manford - A Different Stage 13/11/2017

We’re a funny breed us Mancunians. We show affection by insulting each other, we’re fiercely territorial and we like to put gravy on everything. Above all else, we’re loyal; especially when it’s one of our own. 852 more words

Review: Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci and Mascagni’s Cavalleria rusticana at The Lowry

A scene from Pagliacci and L’Enfant et Les Sortileges by Opera North @ Grand Theatre, Leeds (Opening 16-09-17) ©Tristram Kenton 07-17 (3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550 Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com… 962 more words


Sobriety-Induced Karmic Fuckery

A few years ago – quite a lot of years ago in fact – I carried out a spate of petrol station robberies.

Picture the scene: It’s night-time, lashing with rain, and a twenty-something lad sits in his car on a petrol station forecourt. 1,877 more words

Hedda Gabler

Following on from a much celebrated sold-out run at the National Theatre earlier this year this new version of Ibsen’s iconic Hedda Gabler arrives at the… 441 more words

The Lowry


27 October 2017.

The Lowry, Salford.

In ‘Superposition’ Chanje Kunda embarks on a voyage of self-discovery through scientific theory, lap dancing and personal reflection. 768 more words

Salford Diary. (04/10/2017)

I had the loveliest, most heart-warming evening not too long ago. The Head of Performing Arts at my college, the Head of Drama, one of my bestfriends (Niall), an ex-college-pupil, and I all booked a spontaneous visit to watch Frantic Assembly’s “Things I Know To Be True” at The Lowry in Manchester. 632 more words