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Comedy & Theatre Events
Ben Mellor hosts acts from the worlds of spoken word, live music, comedy, cabaret and performance.
The gloriously raucous alt-cabaret returns with a seasonal special of unique and unpredictable performance.
Contact Young Company and Common Wealth ask how we can be our best…
A celebration of the history of Manchester’s drag performance scene.
An energetic, hilarious solo show which looks at gender and masculinity from a butch lesbian’s point of view.
An evening of personal stories, comic and dramatic monologues from the original gender outlaw.
Some of the UK’s top comics – Tom Allen, Suzi Ruffell, David Morgan, Rosie Wilby, Bethany Black and Ruth E Cockburn – join MC Jonathan Mayor for a night of laughter.
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.
Come get salaciously satisfied! Mother’s raucous alt-queer cabaret is back with a special festival edition.
US singer-songwriter Our Lady J (Transparent) paints the church pink for Valentine’s weekend with a exhilarating musical celebration.
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.
Bryony Kimmings’ new work about clinical depression and men… from two people who know all about it!
There are things in life that you can’t rehearse for. Summer. looks at this very moment that we share together in a theatre.
Autumn. is a feast of memory – the audience invited in to share a moment of reflection.
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.
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.