Review: Massive Owl’s Castle Rock @ The Lowry

Massive Owl’s abstraction of Stand by Me, an adaptation of Stephen King’s novella The Body was a beautiful view of the microscopic. Starting with a landscape description of Castle Rock as the audience stare at the words on a projected screen, the story unfolds of an unknowing and sensitive relationship between the images of three voiceless characters in … Continue reading Review: Massive Owl’s Castle Rock @ The Lowry

Review: A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer @ HOME

Writer and Director Bryony Kimmings has never shied away from talking about difficult topics in her work. Fake it till you Make It was a revealing and sensitive show about coping with mental illnesses, sharing the stage with husband Tim who revealed he’d been taking anti-depressants six months into dating. Now back with her new show A … Continue reading Review: A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer @ HOME

Shows you should be seeing in Manchester this autumn

As the warm weather draws to a close, Manchester’s autumn season of theatre starts to pick up with an incredible line up of innovative work. Minsk based Belarus Free Theatre presents the world premiere of Burning Doors across the UK, including refugee focused festival, Journeys Festival in Leicester. Built on incredible resilience, this refugee led … Continue reading Shows you should be seeing in Manchester this autumn