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Written by Jake Searle //   This week I had a listen to the second EP of The Strange Days – titled “Music For Pleasure”. A gritty indie-garage band, formed by frontmen Declan and Ash, self described “wart-covered stalwarts hailing from the bosom of Brexitland”. Patrick and Isabel joining them on drums and bass, the […]

   Written by Charlie O’Brien “Is it possible that this hugely disorientating and challenging upheaval we’re all now navigating, separating ourselves off from each other on a local and global scale, will actually bridge some of the distances between us in the long run? Theatre is brilliant at exploring this kind of big question. Contemplating […]

Written by Louis Goulding Since 2016, the United (for now) Kingdom has lived a soap opera existence. Arguing factions of Remain and Leave, both in parliament and the public, have divided the nation. We have seen the emergence of some incredible political characters and now, four years after the referendum, have reached a point where […]

Written by Ciara Ewing A big space. A small space. Your space. Safe. Mind the Gap immersed the audience into a world to escape to or escape from, this was the question.’A little space’ is directed by Helen Baggett. Mind the Gap’s Chalri Ward and Karen Bartholomew team up with Gecko devising performer Dan Watson […]

Written by Charlie O’Brien… In 1910 a ship set sail for New York. On board were Charlie Chaplin and Stan Laurel. They were travelling with Fred Karno’s famous comedy troupe, Stan as Charlie’s understudy. It was to be a fateful journey, setting them on their way to alter the course of cinematic history. The Strange […]

Written by Maisie Woodford // 2020 has had the most traumatic start of all years of my life so far, and it’s only April! We’ve seen devastating wildfires, floods, a global pandemic and I’ve lost my debit card 3 times already. It’s easy to focus on the negatives amidst a national lockdown, but these past […]

 Written by Rahul Chahul Insane Animals delivers something which can be best described as the bastard child of a TED Talk and a cruise ship cabaret, something one must- and should– see to believe. Roughly seven minutes into this musical I sipped some non-alcoholic tap water to quell my cough when it immediately dawned upon […]

Written by Manni Gill Having read Patrick Ness’s acclaimed novel of which the play is based on, watched the 2016 film adaptation and gushed on countless occasions to my peers of the sheer emotional overhaul both had put me through, I can’t say I was surprised that at the end of director Sally Cookson’s stage […]

This show has been inspired by the incredibly multicultural city we are living in (Manchester) which pretty much has the entire globe situated on our very doorstep. With around 200 languages estimated to be spoken in a city containing a population of around 500,000 people, Manchester is heralded as the most diverse city in Western […]