13 to 19? Interested in drama skills?
Inspired by Black LGBT experiences, this autobiographical solo looks at pride and self-loathing, and finding a place you shouldn’t be afraid to celebrate your individuality.
A funny and dark solo show aiming to cruise, confide and query the complexities of love, sex and the internet age.
A comedic and uplifting new solo show from the creator of Hi, Anxiety.
A new show exploring religion and sexuality through dance, drag, live music and spoken word.
A unique show combining theatre with storytelling, as a transgender Jesus reimagines familiar stories, in the beautiful setting of a Manchester church.
Spend an evening with the Collective; a raw, gritty, funny and moving gig that explores the hardships faced by young people in the UK today.
A love story. A slapstick comedy. Slasher, action, melodrama…and not a single word is spoken…
Bryony Kimmings’ new work about clinical depression and men… from two people who know all about it!
You’re Not Alone is provocative, moving and darkly comic, chronicling one man’s attempts at connection, friendship and employment at B&Q.
A concert of contemporary music created by up-and- coming composers from Manchester.
Schiller’s classic drama about intrigue and love.
Be the guests at a Chinese wedding.
Sartre’s existentialist masterpiece is presented in all its chilling power.
Inspired by ‘Waiting for Godot’, this modern play raises philosophical questions about the Cultural Revolution.
There are things in life that you can’t rehearse for. Summer. looks at this very moment that we share together in a theatre.
A delicate filmed portrait of an individual at the end of a life, Winter. is made with someone who knows that they’re dying.
Spring. is performed by a group of pregnant women – asking hundreds of questions about the future.
An extraordinary quartet of work about our relationship with time.
'Sticking’ is a solo spoken word theatre show about moving away from home and comfort.
A lo-fi, DIY, off-beat, sci-fi, storytelling experience; a surreal, soulful comedy about a decomposing world and a cosmic visitor.
A show about hope, endurance and survival.
The true story of Louise and her first two meetings with her birth mother, three decades after being put up for adoption.
A hugely powerful and timely insight into the UK’s current nuclear debate.
Award-winning poet and performer Ben Mellor’s new solo show is a potent concoction of performance lecture, stand-up poetry and personal storytelling.
Kate O’Donnell makes a song and dance about her life, using humour, music and costume to tell the story of her path to becoming a woman.
Walking the tightrope between his public and private personas, Le Gateau Chocolat explores our relationships with our icons.
The Spinning Wheel is an international collaboration between New York Hip Hop theatre artist Baba Israel and Artistic Director of Unfinished Business, Leo Kay.
Aged 15 to 25? Audition to be a part of Contact Young Company.