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The Manchester Project – Home, Manchester

Writers: Martha Kershaw, Rueben Johnson, Gareth George, Becky Prestwich, Andy Sheridan, Victoria Brazier, Rebekah Harrison, Furquan Akhtar, Francesca Waite, Chris Hoyle, Anna McDonald-Hughes, Samantha Siddall, Becky Garrod, James Quinn, Ian Kershaw, Lindsay Williams, Cathy Crabb, Curtis Cole, Sarah McDonald-Hughes, and Eve Steele Director: Martin Gibbons Reviewer: Sam Lowe The Manchester Project, a series of plays written by Northern and Mancunian ...

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This Is Where We Are (Not Where We Always Have To Be) – Home, Manchester

Writer: Rebekah Harrison Director: Esther Dix Reviewer: Sam Lowe This Is Where We Are (Not Where We Always Have To Be)was written in the timeframe, before the Manchester Arena Attack and the immediate aftermath. It is a hypothetical play, more like a presentation of facts by two actors: Nadia Emam and Darren Jeffries. The story takes place in Piccadilly Gardens. ...

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Be//Longing – Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester

Writer: Rebekah Harrison et al Director: Matt Hassall and Take Back Theatre Reviewer: Lizz Clark Headlines refer to "swarms" of immigrants and political campaigns focus on "taking back control" of Britain and its borders. Migration is a pressing issue of our time, but how often do we hear the real stories of migrants, refugees and asylum seekers? In partnership with ...

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In My Bed – 24:7 Theatre Festival, Manchester

Writer: Rebekah Harrison Director: Matt Hassall Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Sarah (Olivia Sweeney) develops a one-sided obsessive relationship with the emotionally remote Danny (Kurt Nekko) that begins to affect the formerly warm friendship between Sarah and roommate Rose (Amy Drake). The fractured structure of Rebakah Harrison’s script for In My Bed perfectly reflects the disjointed lives of the characters who constantly ...

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The C Project – The Lowry, Salford

Writers: Rebekah Harrison (Balls to It), Ian Townsend (Q and A), James Leach (Ash), Sarah McDonald Hughes and Becky Garrod (One Direction), Chris Hoyle (Leg It), Francesca Waite (Dynamite) and Jo Kirtley (The C Card) Directors: Caitlin Gleeson (Balls to It), Alxy Tole (Q and A and Leg It), Adam Quayle (Ash), Martin Gibbons (One Direction and Dynamite), and Martha ...

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PREVIEW: 24:7 launch in style at the Comedy Store, Manchester

Nowadays fringe theatre is a regular feature of the Manchester area. Venues such as The Royal Exchange and The Lowry have their own Studios to stage off-centre productions that might be out of place in their main house and there are pub venues as well as promenade shows that can pop up anywhere. But it wasn’t always the case. For ...

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