Review | Stags and Hens | The Altrincham Garrick Playhouse

⭐️⭐️⭐️ From the writer of Educating Rita, Willy Russell produces this incredibly funny and crude play, set in the toilets of a 70s nightclub in Liverpool. While on her hen night, Linda (the bride) pumps…

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Review | Liza Sings Streisand | Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Live in an incredible and one of the most beautiful concert halls I’ve sat in, the vivacious Liza Pulman produces an entertaining, comical and reminiscent concert featuring the songs of Barbra Streisand. Striding onto the stage to…

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Review | The Cherry Orchard | Royal Exchange, Manchester

⭐⭐⭐⭐ A classic story that has had a revamp by playwright Rory Mullarkey, creating an honest, truthful and comical new translation of Anton Chekhov’s final masterpiece of a play. Being tailor made for the Bristol Old Vic’s Year…

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Review | Relatively Speaking | Oldham Coliseum Theatre

Alan Ayckbourn’s praised play Relatively Speaking is witty and packed with intricate structure and content. The style is “classic Ayckbourn” with well spoken English people and lots of overlapping story lines. The story summaries the substantial changes…

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Restaurant Review | Asha’s Manchester | Pre-Theatre Dining Menu

The British people love a good curry. It’s actually said that chicken tikka masala is the nation’s favourite dish. Over the years, we have become more adventurous with our taste, donning a vindaloo or even…

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