Debs Gatenby’s laugh-out-loud-funny yet wistful look at how mental illness affected her. And her mum.
This all-male performance revisits the landscapes and characters of Emily Brontë’s classic novel.
No director, no set and a different performer each show (to be announced).
Radio’s newest star Harry is a young man, comfortable with his life that offers little risk. That is until he is fired and dumped.
Join us at Contact in celebration of Future Fires achievements throughout 2014.
A two-day festival of contemporary and experimental performance and live art.
Inspired by Geisha culture, Celladour is a highly visual and distinctly physical tale of the grotesque process of beautification.
A live scrap book. An unfinished love affair. A made up true story.
Combining Aqueous Humour’s grotesque frivolity and the youthful exuberance of CYAC.
A powerful and joyous performance exploring feminism and choice. Note: Contains full nudity.
A show with lipstick on its teeth and Wotsits on its face, exploring friendship, kindness, and belonging against a backdrop of a big night out.
An exciting day of short films, performances and in-conversation events showcasing LGBT story-telling worldwide.
Work-in-progress double-bill examining the pressures of an aging population.
Using humour, music, and high kicks, Big Girl’s Blouse tells the story of a girl who was born a boy and became a woman.
Three ambitious, site-specific original dramas celebrating LGBT History Month in Manchester.