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Comedy Night Review: Paul Sinha at Pride in Trafford

Standup comedy night Laugh Riot made an appearance at the Waterside Arts Centre as part of the week-long Pride in Trafford festival which explores and...

Review: The Picture of Dorian Gray – Octagon Theatre

The Dorian Gray we see on social media is handsome, elegant and disturbing. He takes our breath away. The Dorian Gray we see at home...

New art book pays tribute to the 22 victims of the Manchester Arena terror attack

Elton Darlo is a true Mancunian and he is very proud of his roots. A self-taught artist, he uses this homegrown talent as a...

Review: A Christmas Carol from the Octagon, Bolton

Christmas isn’t Christmas without at least one consumption of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, whether it’s a modern retelling, something to do with the...
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Book review: Anne of Green Gables

Renewing a friendship with Anne Shirley One of the most touching scenes in all of the Anne Shirley books is when Matthew Cuthbert presents Anne...

A Midsummer Night’s Zoom

It’s Friday night and at last, we’re off the Octagon again. It’s time to get going. Except we’re not actually going to the theatre. The...

One man’s memory of watching Bowie make his Manchester debut

Bowie fan and Shropshire lad Graham Dyke shares his experiences of visiting Manchester for the first time to see David Bowie perform at the...

Greed: draws you in to a world of exploitation in its many guises

Release date: 21 February 2020 (United Kingdom) Director: Michael Winterbottom Distributed by: Sony Pictures Entertainment Motion Picture Group Screenplay: Michael Winterbottom Production companies: Sony Pictures, Film4 Productions, Revolution...

Blown away by performance of One Big Blow at Romiley Little Theatre’s new home

Romiley Little Theatre (RLT) has been a part of Stockport & Tameside's cultural landscape for over 70 years. Since 1947 they have performed across...

Sir Ian Mckellen’s one man show at 80 shows there no age limit on success

The legend that is Sir Ian McKellen is touring the UK at the age of 80 giving 80 one man shows at various venues across the...
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