21 July 2019
Reporter: David Upton
Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap, the longest running show in the history of theatre, comes to the Grand in Blackpool.
Kandinsky’s latest devised piece There Is A Light That Never Goes Out: Scenes From The Luddite Rebellion explores the ramifications of valuing machines over human life. It opens at the Royal Exchange in Manchester next Thursday and runs until August 10.
Our Kid, a play about working class troubles, toxic masculinity and male mental health, is at the Kings Arms in Salford as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival.
Talk to Yourself is a cross-artform exploration of womanhood, performed as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe Festival next Wednesday at the Kings Arms, Salford.