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GM Fringe 2014: Be My Baby

July 11, 2014


Amanda Whittington’s 1998 play, Be My Baby, is the first production from Manchester’s newest, and all-female theatre company, Asphalt Roses. Be My Baby tackles the problems of teenage pregnancy in 1960’s England. Four teenage girls find themselves in an institution for unmarried mothers. Illegitimate babies are born under the watchful eye of the matron, and […]

V for Vendetta – LIVE!

January 9, 2013


After the successful adaptation of The Ballad of Halo Jones back in 2012, attention turns to another of Alan Moore’s seminal works, V for Vendetta. A timeless tale of anarchy against the system, V for Vendetta has endured ever since its first appearance back in 1982 in Warrior magazine. Popularised by the use of the […]

Harvey – LIVE!

December 17, 2012


Elwood P. Dowd is an interesting fellow. He’s pleasant, friendly and has a wonderful time wherever he goes and whomever he meets. His main aim in life is to enjoy peoples company and help where and when he can. Thankfully he is aided in this task by his great friend Harvey, a giant white rabbit […]

Alan Moore’s The Ballad of Halo Jones

November 22, 2012


Alan Moore’s timeless story of the 51st century girl next door made a surprisingly smooth transition to stage back in January. The critical reception made it a logical choice to remount, and where better than the UK’s premier comic convention – Thought Bubble! But as we see, The Ballad of Halo Jones has undergone a […]