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We chatted to Actor Mark Newsome
What A Shit Place To Die stars Mark Newsome and is written by Phil Pearson. We caught up with Mark to find out more.
Peter Tatchell: A life of protest and activism
Following his recent arrest in Russia, Dan Carter looks at Peter Tatchell and his history
WOMANchester - Female DJs are storming the scene
But while male DJs often have top billing in this great city, the women are often unknown, operating in smaller venues.Lydia Bernsmeier-rullow tells what's changing
Some great aerial footage by Andrzej Romaniszyn
See Canal St as you have never before
Out comes to 53 Two for GM Fringe
This story of how a confident, gay eighteen year old seems to be in a constant battle with his single-mum, Debbie.Read more..
Star studded Rip it Up at The Bridgewater Hall
Strictly Come Dancing champions Harry Judd and Louis Smith MBE and people’s champion Aston Merrygold have announced they are to tour together
Glenn Meads chats to Katy Lipson
Katy Lipson chats about Hope Mill Theatre, musicals and staging a Lloyd Webber show
This wide night at GM Fringe
As a FEMALE FOCUSSED company they are passionate in pursuing projects that take a stance against inequality
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Canal St and the Gay Village
Welcome to the World Famous Canal Street Manchester, home of the original 'Queer as Folk'.
It is recognised as the UK's LGBT centre, outside of London. The Gay Village is home to many annual events, such as Sparkle the Trans Festival, the Bears Bash and The Skins Weekend. The regions thriving Lesbian community is also centred in the Gay Village, with established venues like Vanilla serving the Women's scene.
Manchester Pride, the UK's most successful Annual Pride event, with tens of thousands attending the celebrations. Manchester's LGBT Sports and social groups are a major feature of daily life regularly attracting visitors from all over the World. Non LGBT are also welcome. Respect should be shown at all times.
Canal St looks forward to welcoming you all!
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Grill on New York St
2-4-1 on cocktails draught beer 20% off food (all the time)
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Your MCR Episode 14
In this edition we talk to one of the owners of Hope Mill Theatre and also two of the organizers of the Greater Manchester Fringe festival, plus a crazy segment of sports from Titters and meanwhile Sam Retford pops in.
Canal St Reviews
Summer Holiday at Bolton Octagon
One of the jewels in northern theatres crown, the Bolton Octagon, gave us their take on the 60s film classic
In tune writing produces this camp and very satisfying show.
Happy Days at Royal Exchange
We Apologise for the Inconvenience
A play about Douglas Adams writing 'So long and thanks for all the Fish' and his battle with writers block