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Breakout – Brazennose House, Manchester

Reviewer: Craig Hepworth Breakout is a new game/experience now running in Manchester. With versions already playing in Europe and in London to great success this perfect night out now arrives in the city and hopefully will enjoy the same success here. The concept is relatively simple, think the games in films like saw (minus the decapitations of course). A group ...

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FEATURE: My Neck of the Woods plays out at the Royal Exchange

Feature by Tracey Lowe The Royal Exchange’s ‘Truth About Youth’ programme is doing some fantastic work. It is inspiring young people to engage with their community, and challenge negative perceptions that people may have about the younger generation. Funded by the Co-operative Foundation, the Royal Exchange facilitates a number of events that gives young people the tools they need to ...

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DUBLIN FRINGE FESTIVAL: Labyrinth – Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin.

Presented by: Conor Lonergan Reviewed by: Ciarán Leinster [Rating:4.0] It is difficult to critique Labyrinth as a piece of theatre, as it bears almost no resemblance to what is conventionally considered theatre. There is no stage, no actors, and not even an audience. What there is, however, is an intense sensory experience that pushes the sole audience member further than ...

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