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When Both Sides Surrender – 53two, Manchester

Writer: Scott Devon Director:  Lawrence Evans Reviewer:  Stephen M Hornby When Both Side Surrender is the first full-length piece staged at Manchester‘s newest theatre venue 53two.  Manchester’s Fringe scene is renowned nationally not only for its quality and variety, but also for its ambition.  And with typical swagger, this play is not about a fight, or even an affray, but ...

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Pirate Gran – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Geraldine Durrant and Rose Forshall Adaptor: Scamp Theatre Director: Pieter Lawman Reviewed by Clare Boswell Leading Children’s Theatre Company Scamp’s latest touring production, in association with Watford’s Palace Theatre, is Pirate Gran. Gran is the type of feisty grandparent every young child would love to have. She bakes, knits and most impressively of all she is a pirate! She ...

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Our Glass House, Theatre in the Mill, Bradford

Writer: Aisha Zia Music: Wojtek Rusin Set Designers: Tim Mileusnic and Coco Banks Director: Evie Manning and Rhiannon White Reviewer: Vicki Taylor [rating:5] Our Glass House by Common Wealth Theatre is sure to stay with you fora very long time. It’s resonant, sensitive and yet incredibly bold, an experience rather than just a performance. It takes place in a council ...

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