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Depths of My Mind – The Lowry, Salford.

Writer: Scarabeus Aerial Theatre Directors: Daniela Essart and Peter Glanville Reviewer: Sam Lowe The Quays Theatre has thrillingly been transformed like never before tonight for Depths of My Mind. It is part of Manchester Science Festival 2018 and has been created in conversation with young people between the ages of 12 and 25. This immersive performance gives the audience an ...

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Jon Ronson’s Psychopath Afternoon- The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Adapting a complex non-fiction book to the stage is not easy; inevitably much of the detail will be lost and the best one can hope to achieve is a show that summarises the source material or gives an indication of the themes. Journalist Jon Ronson takes the latter approach in Jon Ronson’s Psychopath Afternoon; explaining how he ...

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Henning When: Get On With It! – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Abbie Rippon Taking the mic out of both German and English stereotypes and complaining about Britain’s constant need to refer to the war, Henning Wehn is back touring with a show that takes an ‘unbiased view on Brexit’. After a short warm-up where Henning tells a few war anecdotes, takes the mic out of Londoners with their bad grammar ...

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Hawkwind: In Search Of Utopia Infinity And Beyond – The Lowry, Salford

Music: Dave Brock, Mike Batt Conductor: Mike Batt Reviewer: Jo Beggs The first and only other time this reviewer has experienced Hawkwind live was in a packed tent at the Bluedot Festival at Jodrell Bank last summer, the perfect backdrop for their particular brand of space rock. The Lowry’s Lyric Theatre has quite the opposite vibe, although the bar is doing ...

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Robert Cray: In concert- The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Dave Cunningham The Blues has been the starting point for many superstar musicians. The Rolling Stones and Eric Clapton started out as hardcore Blues enthusiasts only to move on to the more lucrative Rock genre. However, Robert Cray, although a guitarist of the Clapton standard, has chosen to remain loyal to the Blues throughout his career. In tonight’s concert, ...

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Joanna Lumley: It’s All About Me – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Jo Beggs From Ken Barlow’s girlfriend to Purdey, Bond Girl to Patsy Stone, Joanna Lumley has been carving out her role as National Treasure for nearly fifty years. Most recently she’s been getting all emotional under the Northern Lights and following the Silk Road, remaking herself as a go-to celebrity to front travel documentaries. It’s no wonder she’s in ...

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Russell Watson: Canzoni d’Amore – The Lowry, Salford

Reviewer: Sam Lowe Canzoni d’Amore, a beautiful title for a ravishing concert on the Lyric Theatre stage. It translates to “songs of love”, the overall theme for this evening’s musical repertoire. Russell Watson has sold more than seven million albums worldwide, establishing himself as the UK’s best-selling classical crossover artist of all time. “The People’s Tenor”, has performed for many ...

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Rob Kemp: The Elvis Dead – The Lowry, Salford

Writer: Rob Kemp Reviewer: Dave Cunningham Bruce Campbell, who starred in the Evil Dead movie franchise, also played Elvis Presley in a film where The King faked his own death and lived in a retirement home fighting the undead. Now, in The Elvis Dead,  Rob Kemp re-tells the second instalment of the movie franchise using songs made famous by Elvis Presley; ...

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