Monthly Archives: October 2014

1956 Theatre – Manchester Rep at Salford Arts Centre

‘Rep’ seems to be the forgotten art of theatre, but for four weeks, Manchester’s 1956 Theatre Company brings four plays to the Salford Arts Centre.  It’s a mix of new writing and adaptations by the company’s writers.  First up was ‘Little Women’, adapted by Amy-Jane Ollies and Nicole Garvin. Salford Arts Theatre describe themselves as: ‘a… Continue Reading →

JB Shorts 12

This is the second set of JB Shorts that I have seen and one thing is for certain, this is a great evening out.  Six short plays are staged in the underground cellar stage of Joshua Brooks at the university end of Princess Street.  It’s a small stage in a quirky venue but the atmosphere… Continue Reading →