Deathtrap, a comedy-thriller by Ira Levin is a play within a play with many twists and turns. Susanne Pendlebury visited the Garrick Theatre and spoke to director Ian M. Butterfield, actors Martin Pritchard and Jan King trying to find out who is killing who.
Vada is a theatre company for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans community.
Their latest production will be in Manchester next week, as part of the Manchester Pride Fringe.
Under the Rainbow has been speaking to Vada’s Artistic Director, Stephen Hornby.
Woodford Players are performing the powerful drama Agnes Of God where a court psychiatrist tries to determine the sanity of a nun who is accused of murdering her own baby. Susanne Pendlebury finds out more from director Ian Butterfield, Emma Toms as Agnes, Carol Sutcliff as Mother Superior and Catherine Young-Southward as psychiatrist Dr. Martha Livingston.
The Library Theatre’s dynamic production bringing together Manchester’s 1989 rave scene and the Peterloo massacre. Susanne Pendlebury went to find out more from actors Rachel Austin and Leah Hackett.
From tonight until Sunday, the Lowry theatre will be hosting That Is All You Need To Know.
It’s a play about some of the people that helped us win the Second World War.
One of those was mathematician Alan Turing, whose contribution was invaluable.
Sadly, he took his own life in Wilmslow at the age of 41, after being persecuted for his homosexuality.
Under the Rainbow spoke to Chris Bone, who takes the role of Alan in this production.