Mother brings you six exciting and innovative queer artists presenting fresh ideas in the cosy settings of The King’s Arms Theatre.
Bringing the fringe to the theatre, showcasing six brand new short 15min plays by some of North West’s finest existing playwrights and emerging local talent.
A high-powered, supermodern 21st century play of love and lust.
A captivating new play about love, family and ever-shifting identities.
A heart wrenching and magical dance theatre production bringing Bram Stoker’s haunting, erotic tale to life.
A verbal battle of heart and mind from Manchester’s finest young poets.
Action Hero find out what it means to be a winner.
Rehearsed readings of two plays by one of South Africa’s most incisive playwrights.
Mamela (‘Listen’) follows a group of remarkable young women from the Eastern Cape of South Africa.
A poignant and provocative exploration of identity and family, and what makes us who we are.
This award-winning play revisits the horror of a racially-motivated shooting spree that devastated the remote settlement of Skierlik in 2008.
Four different abridged Shakespeare plays each night from local schools.
Based on interviews with Muslim female boxers, a new site-specific play staged in a boxing gym in Moss Side.
Performed at The Lowry. A stunning adaptation of one of the greatest love stories of the 20th century.
Scottee encounters past flames, ex-friends, and people who no longer like him, in an attempt to find out where he went wrong.
Taylor and her aunty Bryony have made a kids show!
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).
Combining Spymonkey’s raucous comedy with Aqueous Humour’s grotesque frivolity and the youthful exuberance of CYAC.