Posts Tagged ‘24:7’

That was July

When I previewed July’s theatre in Manchester, I was looking forward to a busy month.  How did it turn out in practice? The Manchester International Festival was, I think, a huge success.  Festival Square was a wonderful place with DJ sets, acoustic music and great food, although I wonder how far into Manchester’s population the Festival… Continue Reading →

Why 24:7 is important

24:7 has been at the heart of Manchester’s new writing theatre for the past ten years.  Over that time I’ve seen performances in New Century House, Printworks and the Midland Hotel.  I’ve seen ‘best of’ shows at the Octagon, and as part of Re:play.  With 24:7 you know what you’re going to get. This year… Continue Reading →