March sees Motherlogues, a verbatim performance about ‘motherhood’ at Theatre Deli and the launch of Every Third Minute at West Yorkshire Playhouse, a festival of theatre and dementia – check out Theatre Re’s The Nature of Forgetting.
Here’s our pick of the best drama, opera and dance events happening in the region.
Here are our picks
Grammy-nominated punk cabaret trio The Tiger Lillies perform their original music to tell this tale of a Corrido singer and his band, who return from the dead to haunt their killer.
Enter a building that was designed to confuse. Slip on a pair of headphones. Peer through a hospital window. And prepare to question how you know what to believe about Syria.
A continually evolving durational interview and live performance project capturing the diverse identity and opinions of Manchester’s women, their relationship to the city, and their hopes for the future. #WomenRuleMcr.
A provocative piece of contemporary theatre which looks back at one of the key landmarks in British democracy. Directed by Louise Mothersole and Rebecca Biscuit of Sh!T Theatre.
A one-woman-performance at the Working Class Movement Library that captures the lesser known life of Sylvia Pankhurst the artist, through a rare collection of over 250 slides.