Sarah Weston’s The Salford Docker explored the the Salford Docks in the 1950s to 1970s with an excellent performance from Salford Community Theatre.
Award winning writer Laura Harper will bring her newest comedy/drama to Salford as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival in July.
Little Miss Sunshine- The Musical has been at The Lowry this week and it’s warmth, vibrancy and energy did not disappoint.
Tits Up, a gritty new theatre show, was created by two women who were diagnosed with breast cancer and who want to help others in the same situation.
Reclaim, a local youth leadership and social change organisation, is hosting a community event this Saturday, May 11th.
The Lowry is now offering free and discounted theatre tickets for families who live in Salford with children under the age of 5.
Salford Carers Centre and The Lowry Theatre are teaming together for national tour, ‘Who Cares’ to highlight the lives of young carers.
Chrsitne Mackie has written a new play, that will be featured at Hope Aria Theatre,as part of Greater Manchester Fringe 2019.
A play documenting the hidden lives of young carers from Salford is set for a summer tour, starting at Kent on June 4.
Having been nominated for five Olivier awards and winning one- Home, I’m Darling was in good stead and certainly did not disappoint.