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Edinburgh – The Northern Stage: What I Heard About the World – LIVE!

August 19, 2012


Continuing the streaming from the Northern Stage at Edinburgh was a very unique experience coming from Sheffield-based Third Angel. As the world seems to get bigger, our understanding of it gets less reliable. How on earth can you know all the places you’ve been, let alone those you haven’t? Taking a long time in the […]

The Secret Diaries of a Teenage Queer – LIVE!

August 19, 2012


Manchester’s Pride Festival kicked off on 17 August, bringing a programme of drama, dance, art and of course the Pride parade itself to Manchester in the coming days. In keeping wih the developing Fringe scene in Manchester, this year there seems to be even more events to engage and amuse over the course of the […]

Have a Very Nice Day – LIVE!

August 1, 2012


An office. A small, yet functional office. Striving to succeed. A desperate office. Even the office plant is dying to get out. But can the staff? The Kings Arms saw an impressively packed opening night for the debut play by Barry Evans (perhaps better known for his work behind the One Play, One Day series – […]

Storm Mine: The Stage Play – LIVE!

July 30, 2012


Storm Mine picks up eighteen months after last week’s Robots of Death. Blayes and Iago find themselves stranded on a nearly deserted Storm Mine. Assigned a Voc robot to ensure her welfare, Blayes quickly finds that a number of changes are affecting the human and robot crew. With Kaldor City quarantined, will Iago and Blayes […]

Forever 27 – LIVE!

July 26, 2012


Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin, Kurt Cobain, Amy Winehouse – all forever 27. An exclusive club for the brightest stars who burnt out before their time. But even if you’re not rich and famous, everyone wants to be remembered for something.. Forever 27, A one man, dark comedy with life, love and lust of an extraordinary […]

Staffroom – LIVE!

July 17, 2012


Staffroom is Time2Shine Production’s latest play and set in the Behaviour Support Unit of Parkview school where you can spend a year with the staff through the highs and lows of OFSTED inspections, romance and arson in this darkly comic play. Set in the titular staff room, we get an insight into a teacher’s lot as unruly […]

The Year of the Sex Olympics – LIVE!

July 14, 2012


Nigel Kneale’s 1968 play, The Year of the Sex Olympics, has been re-staged as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe. Set in a world where there are the hi-drives, the media elite who control the lo-drives, with a diet of lowest common denominator and pornographic programmes. The whole idea being – you see it, you […]