The Overtones at Lowry, Salford|
We welcome them back to The Lowry following their sell-out show here in March 2011, Mark, Lachie, Mike, Darren and Timmy – otherwi... Happy as Larry at Lowry, Salford
What makes us happy? This playful and poignant show, created by award-winning Australian choreographer Shaun Parker, investigates ... Review: Penny Dreadful’s Etherdome – The...
Writer: Bernadette Russell
Director: Mick Barnfather
Reviewer: Cathy Crabb
The Public Reviews Rating: Four out of Five. Interview: Tony Hawks
by Tom Rodgers
Comic Tony Hawks - no, not the skateboarding man-child - is a stand-up and author with impeccable geek credentia... The Electrification of Salford (Part 2)
by Jon Coupe
THE ELECTRIFICATION OF SALFORD II continues on Saturday 22 October 2011 at the glorious Kings Arms in Salford (10 ... Craft Fair at Salford Museum and...
Craft Fair Bursting with handcrafted products and gifts, Salford Museum and Art Gallery's craft fair is back! The Story of the White Wedding...
The History Wardrobe presents a costume-in-context performance celebrating the traditional white wedding from Regency times to the... Free TV show tickets available
Free tickets to see such shows as University Challenge and Countdown are available to the general public by reading the following ... The Culture Gym at Salford Quays
The Culture Gym - Come and get physical in an outdoor 'bootcamp' that fuses The Quays' twin obsessions, culture and sport. Suitabl... MediaCityUK, Salford to become a...
MediaCityUK will be transformed into a stage next week (Monday, 17 October to Wednesday, 19 October) when the University of Salfor... Review: The Retreat – Studio Salford,...
Writer: Jenni Herzberg
Director: Lucy Allan
Reviewer: Jo Beggs
The Public Reviews Rating: Three out of Five. The Pop-up Photography Exhibition at ...
In the digital age, everyone's a photographer, but not everyone's a 'good' photographer. If you're looking to stretch your creativ... Cultural weekender at Salford Quays
Forty eight hours of the best of Manchester's art and culture, museums, galleries, festivals and events. Review: One Man, Two Guvnors –...
Writer: Richard Bean
Music and Songs: Grant Olding
Director: Nicholas Hytner
Reviewer: Dave Cunningham
The Public Reviews Rati... Hell and High Water in Salford...
Mikron Theatre Company presents Hell and High Water In 1761 the Bridgewater Canal was launched - an engineering marvel that was th...