Tag: Review

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REVIEW: Kantos Chamber Choir ace their performance of ‘The Passion’

Kantos aren’t what many would consider to be a traditional vocal ensemble. They set out to perform music that is […]

REVIEW: Julian Gray: ‘Stories For Us’ exhibition at The Lowry

REVIEW: Julian Gray: ‘Stories For Us’ exhibition at The Lowry

Throughout April, The Lowry is celebrating Julian Gray in his ‘Stories For Us’ exhibition. Julian Gray has taken a modern […]

Ellesmere Lake. Image by Annie Brewer

“Charming and delightful”- Review of the RHS Garden Bridgewater’s ‘Glow’

Christmas in Greater Manchester usually evokes memories of busy market streets, crowds round stalls and being squashed up against other […]

Credit - Photographer/Videographer Harry Green

REVIEW: Salford alumni welcomes a sell-out show with ‘Sour Milk’

Sour Milk is a heart-breaking story following the lives of two queer friends navigating themselves through the 1980’s Aids epidemic. […]

Trolley Productions, (credit: Jamie McGregor)

Review: A night of live music with Trolley Productions at the Old Pint Pot

A diverse cast of musicians came together last Thursday for a celebration of independent talent hosted by Salford-based label Trolley Productions […]

Elizabeth Charnley first qualified as a Green Badge Tourist Guide in April 2019. Image Credit: Elizabeth Charnley.

An insight into Salford’s rich history – all from the comfort of your home

Before the turbulent year that was 2020, nobody could have imagined that an online tour of Bridgewater Canal would be […]

Fflur Wyn as Susanna, Heather Lowe as Cherubino, Jeremy Peaker as Antonio, Alexandra Oomens as Barbarina, Quirijn de Lang as Count Almaviva, Joseph Shovelton as Don Basilio, Máire Flavin as Countess Almaviva, Warren Gillespie as Don Curzio, Jonathan Best as Doctor Bartolo, Gaynor Keeble as Marcellina and Phillip Rhodes as FigaroPhoto Credit: Robert Workman

REVIEW: Opera North’s The Marriage of Figaro at The Lowry

Opera North’s rendition of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro came to The Lowry earlier this month. Directed by […]