Alt-queer performance platform Mother’s Ruin returns to Contact on Fri 17th Feb as part of Queer Contact 17 with an anarchic night of queer comedy mayhem.
If you want a laugh and an evening of hilarity, sex puns and sitcom stars trying to out-reference each other, go see Aladdin at Manchester Opera House.
Adam Wollerton checks out the 20th anniversary run of RENT in the West End.
Maisie Barker delights in the sumptuous flavours of Le Gateau Chocolat’s Icons.
There’s nothing like seeing a 13 year old dance his heart out and get a standing ovation to make you feel like you’re useless and have achieved nothing with your life.
The Royal Shakespeare Company have blessed Manchester once again, this time with two hilarious and witty plays, Love’s Labour’s Lost about Much Ado About Nothing.
Not content with ripping apart the holiday season, Jinkx Monsoon and Major Scales take on everything from LGBT rights to Caitlyn Jenner, global warming, Judaism and of course Donald Trump.
Scott Balfour heads to Manchester Opera House to review the theatrical performance of Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine.
Adam Wollerton rates Side Show four stars. Find out why.
If you love nuns on stage and swinging 60s girl groups, then Sister Act is your saving grace. Scott Balf reports from the front row.