Tag: Theatre

Thomas Lever MBE, Lesley Lever and Sean Massey.

“It’s good for us, it’s good for the group ” – Lower Kersal Community Group’s ‘five-star’ stage production set to be adapted into a radio drama

The Lower Kersal Young People and Community Group has performed and developed their “Keep Calm and Carry On” stage show […]

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“I felt so empowered through so much rejection and sexism” – Katie Arnstein on performing at The Lowry Theatre

The Lowry Theatre is set to host the multi-award-winning feminist show ‘Sexy Lamp’ this weekend. The semi-autobiographical play follows the […]

New Harvest Christian Fellowship, 2021. Photo Credits: Krysta Daniels

” If you tear them down, you strip away at the personality of Salford” – Iconic New Harvest Church Salford Cinema building posted on Rightmove

The iconic New Harvest Church Salford building has been put up for sale, and Salfordians are worried about its future.  […]

The Lost Happy Endings coming to The Lowry Theatre.
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Prime Minister Pinocchio: The Lost Happy Endings ballet comes to The Lowry

A new ballet theatre production is opening at The Lowry theatre which will see some of the most memorable fairytale […]

“The writing is inspired by people who are from local communities” – ‘Hold Me Close’ heads to Salford Arts Theatre

“The writing is inspired by people who are from local communities” – ‘Hold Me Close’ heads to Salford Arts Theatre

Salford audiences can enjoy the premiere of a new play ‘Hold Me Close’ at Salford Arts Theatre on October 15. The […]

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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. […]

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Just what the Doctor ordered: Ten years after ‘The Crash of the Elysium’, Salford theatregoers would love to see the return of immersive, audience-driven productions

A decade after Doctor Who landed in Salford with The Crash of the Elysium, local Sci-Fi lovers and theatre fanatics alike […]

Credit - Photographer/Videographer Harry Green

“It’s not glamourised, it’s not pretty, it’s just real of how people lived back then” – The Greater Manchester Fringe play exploring the AIDS epidemic through friendship

Delving into the lives of two queer friends, Sour Milk highlights how a turbulent world can affect those who are […]