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Tyler Collins Ensemble in Sunshine on Leith.-Photography by Manuel Harlan

REVIEW | Sunshine on Leith | UK Tour

Sunshine on Leith is a refreshing piece of musical theatre that strips all stereotypes of jukebox musicals. Music by The Proclaimers is intertwined into a beautiful Scottish story that showcases the rollercoaster of life. When ex-soldiers Ally and Davy back to their hometown in Edinburgh, it is a funny and moving story of their lives…

1 Million Reasons to Dance - Sean Goldthorpe

INSIDE | 11 Million Reasons to Dance

People Dancing are an organisation that celebrates all those who want to dance. By creating a new exhibition called 11 Million Reasons to Dance, the photography and short film program have been touring the UK and overseas. They feature Sean Goldthorpe’s 20 commissioned images of iconic dance moments from the film, all reimagined by Deaf, sight impaired…

The Lowry Week 53

INSIDE | Your Guide to The Lowry’s Theatrical Week 53 Festival (Week 2)

The Lowry turned 18 this year, and their annual theatre festival Week 53 returns to challenge convention and celebrate the ‘coming of age’. After a hugely successful first week of powerful performances, events and immersive screenings, The Lowry are kicking off week 2 of their festival. The festival includes 100 artists and 70 performances that span 12…

Karen Fishwick and Bally Gill in the RSC's Romeo and Juliet

REVIEW | Romeo and Juliet | RSC

The RSC has brought the classic love story of Romeo and Juliet into a modern age with a production that tackles identity, gender and consuming love. Erica Whyman has taken the story of these two star-crossed lovers and elevated it into a contemporary world, stripped it back and created a really raw and honest piece…

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