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Link to Hamlet – Royal Exchange, Manchester

Hamlet – Royal Exchange, Manchester

9/17/14 •

The season of Shakespeare is upon us. But for those more conservative fans of the Bard, the content of these well known classics may surprise. Next week, Lass Productions give a football club twist to Othello, and for the remainder of the month, HOME Manchester presents Romeo and Juliet in the grandeur of Victoria Baths, [...]

Latest Theatre

1984 – Theatre Royal Plymouth
Link to 1984 – Theatre Royal Plymouth

9/15/14 •

Joint creators Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan offer a novel perspective on George Orwells renowned work 1984.  A co-production between Headlong, the Almeida Theatre and the Nottingham Playhouse, the play successfully achieves  the  aim of appealing to those, like myself, that have never read the book whilst equally engaging the literary scholar. 1984 portrays a [...]

Latest Interviews

The Good (Inte)review – Megan Marie Griffith
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9/14/14 •

Writer: Steven Ireland Contact Compacts returns to the Contact Theatre this September, showcasing short plays from up-and-coming North West writing talent. It is the brainchild of Pull Your Finger Out Production, a Manchester-based theatre company. TGR’s Steven Ireland sat down with Megan Marie Griffith, PYFO’s Executive Producer, to find out a little more about this [...]

Latest Other

Green Man – Festival Review
Link to Green Man – Festival Review

8/25/14 •

For those in the know, Green Man is one of the highlights in a very crowded UK music festival market. The sublime beauty of the Brecon Beacons location, combined with the limited capacity (which means nowhere gets too crowded) and the carefully curated and critically acclaimed line-up ensures a good time is had by all. [...]

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