Back by popular demand, CYC examine young people’s attitudes to sex, questioning myths and breaking down taboos.
13 to 19? Interested in drama? Drop in!
PME-ART have one hundred and twenty records in their collection, and stories about each one…
Young Identity, Manchester’s brightest young orators, present their own take on the curriculums of education and knowledge.
Directed by Tim Etchells, the return of theatre innovators Forced Entertainment.
A day of talks, debates, performances, participatory events and workshops examining the rights of young people today.
Join a girl doodled in the pages of an algebra book as she springs to life. For children over 6.
Part-cabaret, part-gig, Lady GoGo Goch takes an affectionate look at stereotypes and icons from Cymru/Wales.
Local schools celebrate Shakespeare with different abridged plays each night.
Award-winning UK aerial theatre company Ockham’s Razor create original and ground breaking physical theatre.
Develop your monologue skills with a special masterclass with Darren R L Gordon.
Meaningful, absurd, incredibly clever and witty – the return of Stacy Makishi.
Stacy Makishi leads a two-hour workshop for performers.
Olivier-Award winning performance provocateur Ursula Martinez is back on her dirty soapbox.
The industry showcase for actors returns.
A visual spectacle that begins where Shakespeare left off.
A new multi-media production based on Ovid’s classic tale of lovers willing to sacrifice everything to be together forever.
Ben Mellor hosts acts from the worlds of spoken word, live music, comedy, cabaret and performance.
Contact Young Company and Common Wealth ask how we can be our best…
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.