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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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Lamp Oil – The Eagle Inn, Salford

Writer: Adam Chapter /Lucia Cox Director: Adam Chapter Reviewer: Brian Gorman [Rating:4] House Of Orphans &Working Progress delivered a fiendishly clever interactive experience at the newly refurbished Eagle Inn on a suitably chilly Autumn evening in Salford. I cannot think of a better venue for this thrill-a-minute extravaganza than an old fashioned traditional Salford pub, hidden away down a pretty ...

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Loaded: 24:7 Festival – New Century House, Manchester

Writer: Jo Kirtley Pritchard Director: Martin Jameson Reviewer: Jo Beggs [rating:3]   We’re in traditional fringe theatre territory here. Loaded is the story of the chaotic life of teen tearaway Chantelle, her abusive step-father, alcoholic mother and gangster boyfriend. Loaded is full of sex, violence, and swearing. It’s even set close to home, in West Gorton, as if to give ...

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