Salford's Islington Mill hosts Recore Records...|
A full on spectacle, showcasing the undoubted talents of the newly formed Recore Records.
MCR Art Crawl 2011 Launch at...
Manchester Art Crawl is a festival of contemporary art and ideas as part of the Not Part Of Festival offering a DIY, artist led, e... Video Preview: The Myth of Escape
Salford's HappyStorm theatre company have announced their latest show, an absurdist, dark comedy. Ordsall Hall's big fat garden party
Salford's Tudor gem Ordsall Hall is celebrating its reopening with a great big garden party this Sunday (3 July 12 - 4pm). Visit Salford e-news
Welcome to the monthly round-up of what’s on in the city this July. Whether music and drama, family fun, walks and cruises, shopp... Carlos Acosta back at Salford Lowry
The Heart of Carlos
Sun 24 & Mon 25 July 2011
The Lowry welcomes First National Dance...
From 7th-10th July, The Lowry plays host to the National Dance CATs (Centre for Advanced Training;) bringing together the UK’s mos... Food art at Smiths, Eccles
Eccles-born artist Colin T. Johnson returns to his home town in July for another one-man exhibition of his paintings. Hold your noses: Mr Stink comes...
David Walliam's hilarious children's novel comes to life as world premiere UK tour wafts into the Lowry. Review: The Big Smoke – The...
Creators: Theatre Ad Infintum
Director: Nir Paldi
Reviewer: Clare Boswell
The Public Reviews Rating: Four out of Five. Special Salford pupils to perform at...
Springwood Primary School in Salford will star in a special summer festival at the Lowry this Wednesday. Video Preview: Tinned Up in Salford
by: Tony Flynn.
Opening this Thursday at The Lowry Theatre, Salford is a play about ordinary Salford people whose lives are aff... Great big garden party at Salford's...
Come along and help celebrate the re-opening of Ordsall Hall in Salford at the Great Big Garden Party on Sunday 3rd July from 12 –... Review: Cabaret Whore – The Lowry,...
Writer: Sarah-Louise Young
Music: Michael Roulston
Reviewer: Jo Beggs
The Public Reviews Rating: Four out of Five. Anti-war trilogy returns to Salford Lowry
From Thursday 14th - Sunday 17th July, the Lowry presents the world premiere of God Wept and the Devil Laughed - the sequel to The...