Sarah Weston’s The Salford Docker explored the the Salford Docks in the 1950s to 1970s with an excellent performance from Salford Community Theatre.
Taking on the 1987 film version would seem impossible, yet Out of Joint tackled the story with both comedy and poignancy in a successful way.
Ladybones, a play exploring OCD and identity, had a sold out audience captivated last Thursday at The King’s Arms.
Now that winter has drifted in and settled into the city, the festive spirit is amongst us and to warm our souls, Katie Melua brought her winter tour to Salford.
Mike Leigh’s epic historic tribute ticks all the boxes in his latest drama peterloo.
Salford Music Festival starred some of the Salford’s best accoustic acts on a thrilling first night, including a truibute to Mark. E Smith
Sounds From The Other City returns to Islington Mill for its 14th year running as music artists are welcomed to the stage by crowds of up to 3000.
CLASSICIST Mary Beard has managed to produce one of the most thought-provoking books of a generation. Although the book is […]
IN partnership with Halcyon Gallery, the football museum in Manchester is currently holding the exhibition as a tribute to the […]
After attending eight incredible Warehouse Projects in the last few months, it was time for my final stop at Store […]