Posts Tagged ‘light’

May Theatre

Two Bank Holidays, the start of summer and colour comes to Manchester’s green spaces.  And there’s great theatre on offer, as always. Spring Reign at the Lowry on 10 May looks like a fascinating insight into the reality of the Syrian conflict, ‘based on real-life accounts collected from Syrian refugees, aid workers, activists, and journalists’…. Continue Reading →

Light at the Lowry Studio

First an admission.  I love physical theatre.  It’s what I try to see each year at Edinburgh.  But I hadn’t heard of Theatre Ad Infinitum.  Clearly most of the audience in the packed Lowry studio had, and there was a real expectation before this production. Technically brilliant, with innovative and perfectly choreographed movement, ‘Light’ takes us… Continue Reading →