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24:7: The Lives and Loves of Vera Dymond

July 21, 2014


It’s a busy month in Manchester – not only do have The Greater Manchester Fringe popping up at various venues, but we also have the tenth batch of plays from 24:7 Theatre Festival. Always championing new and existing talent, the 24:7 festival’s offerings have always been diverse tackling a variety of topics and methods of […]

Preview: 24:7 – The Perfect Ten

July 16, 2014


24:7 has come a long way from its beginnings back in 2004. Ten years on, the festival goes from strength to strength attracting audiences from far and wide with it’s programme of talent. 24:7’s latest season is about to get underway, and enthusiasm and creatively were certainly at an all time high at the preview […]

Do Me a Favour/Fly by Night – LIVE!

February 19, 2013


Manchester-based theatre company New Attitude are well known on the fringe scene in Manchester. Their first production for 2013 is a comedy double bill on this week at The Kings Arms. It kicks off with prison-based comedy Do Me a Favour. In Do Me a Favour, banged up gangster boss Ben recruits his henchman Bill […]

Life in a Bubble – LIVE!

December 11, 2012


Steve and his wife’s sisters move into a quaint house on Christmas Eve, completely oblivious to the fact that they have moved into the most dangerous place in the planet. Festive turns into Frantic as they desperately try to avoid their fate in a new comedy from the writer of Three’s a Crowd, Four’s a […]

Onions Cry Too – LIVE!

September 28, 2012


Four elderly gentlemen are trapped in a care home, doors and windows locked with the tea trolley provisions diminishing by the day. What is the point of existing outside these four walls? Under the sporadic and semi-conscious gaze of the mysterious Donald, God-fearing Alfred is stuck in the past, Bertie laments a lost love, and Charles […]