Review: Hairspray at Lowry, Salford|
By Jennifer Dutton
SalfordOnline rating: 5 out of 5
Tracy Turnblad follows her dream of dancing no matter what stands in her w... Eccles Community Art Gallery exhibition news
By Karen Illingworth
Eccles Community Art Gallery has another treat lined up for you this month with a whole new selection of a... £10k prize for playwrights in Salford...
By Tom Rodgers
The Lowry in Salford is supporting new producers to bring their stage ideas to life after securing a £10,000 gra... Review: Katherine Ryan: Nature’s Candy –...
Reviewer: Clare Boswell
The Public Reviews Rating: 4 out of 5 Guinness World Records: Officially Amazing Science...
For the first time ever, direct from its London HQ, Guinness World Records arrives on stage with its officially amazing, record-br... Free half term fun at Salford...
During February half term, Salford Shopping Centre will be hosting a variety of fun filled activities and events to celebrate the ... Review: Jethro at The Lowry, Salford
By Paul Downham
The Public Reviews Rating: 2.5 out of 5
At 64 years old Jethro has been on the comedy circuit for 40 years and... Artistic families wanted for free half...
IWM North, Half Term 9–24 February 2013
Ever wanted to be the creator of the next Hollywood animation blockbuster or Wallace ... The Good Life comes to Salford
Studio Salford presents The Good Life, the popular sitcom (and now Stage Play) which returns to the stage this February, 11th - 14... An Unquiet Mind at The Kings...
An Unquiet Mind is a two act, two handed drama written by David Pattison and produced by Wotlarx Enterprises for a North West tour... Hairspray at Lowry, Saford
Hairspray tells the story of Tracy Turnblad, a big girl with big hair and an even bigger heart as she sets out to follow her extra... Review: Daniel Simonsen – The Lowry,...
By Dave Cunningham
The Public Reviews Rating: 2 out of 5
The entertainment industry has benefited from importing Norwegian thr... A grand old time as Eccles...
By Tony Flynn
Martin O'Neill's photographic exhibition: Salford Down The Line has attracted a record breaking 1,141 visitors in... Tomorrow Iʼll Be Happy
MORPHIC formerly CRIS (Creative Industries In Salford) present a production of a new play written by Jonathan Harvey, Tomorrow I... Tea Dance on Thursday 14th March...
Beesley Green Community Centre, Greenleach Lane, Worsley, M28 2QW