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DaDaFest collaboration

In the run up to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, DaDaFest 2012 announces their collaboration with the London 2012 Festival.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

Grand night of comedy

The Grand Theatre in Blackpool is to host the final of the BBC Radio 2 New Comedy Awards.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

Rob's Losers a winner

Rob Johnston's play Fencing for Losers has been selected for Theatre Games, an Olympics-inspired theatre event that will be staged in Soho.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

One Hound in Two Guv'nors for Lowry

Rufus Hound will lead the cast, playing the role of Francis Henshall, in One Man, Two Guvnors, when it arrives at The Lowry in Salford in the New Year.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

City's knowledge in Quarantine

Salford-based Quarantine is making an innovative knowledge-sharing project with the Royal Exchange Theatre in Manchester.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

Curtain up on new Library Theatre site

Proposals for a new arts and leisure cultural destination at the 20-acre First Street site have been approved by Manchester City Council.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

Tringe needs you!

Preston's fringe theatre festival, The Preston Tringe, is after volunteers.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

NW Productions

Performances around the region from week beginning Sunday July 1.

David Upton, 01 July 2012

Shakespeare Sonnets app from Faber and Touch

Touch Press and Faber have followed up their app of Eliot's The Waste Land with another offering form iPad users featuring the sonnets of William Shakespeare.

David Chadderton, 01 July 2012

What's on in the North East

Theatre productions in the North East for the week beginning Monday 2nd July, 2012

Peter Lathan, 01 July 2012