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.