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The Lowry - Aldridge Studio
20-21 Sep 8pm 45m
Certain Curtain Theatre
Lady In Red
'The Palace of Earthly
It is Christmas Eve and 'Rose,' a woman in a red
dress, awakes to ﬁnd that she has no memory of
who or where she is. As she gradually weaves
the threads of memory together, a dark & violent
picture begins to emerge. Compelled to leave
for fear of her life Rose begins to pack... but
it's dark outside & the house is full of strange
noises. Will she escape, before her attacker
returns? Or is he still in the House?
Kings Arms R Quigley Room
21-22 Sep 7:30pm 60m
£5 (£4 concs)
Following an onstage scandal, James retires
from stand-up comedy, only to be offered a
surprise comeback gig at a secret London
location. Accepting, he ﬁnds himself plunged into
a wild and sordid gathering of the British political
class. It's the toughest gig of his career and one
he may not escape from with his life.
Absurd political storytelling from Max Turner
Prize ﬁnalist James Harris ('assured stage
presence', TNT Comedy), perfect for those
who like their comedy satirical, outrageous and
just plain bizarre. An andidote to our ongoing
'Growing in stature with every performance' Yellow Comedy
Northern Rep Theatre
Eryn Tett Finds Her
A new play written by Laura Genders | directed
by Holden Oak
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR VERY
IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH*
It's 1977 and for the ﬁrst time in Fire Brigade
history, a national strike threatens to bring the
country to a stand still.
Salford Arts Theatre
In a quiet corner of Cheshire, the lads of Blue
The Peer Hat
their hopes blaze to union glory or smoulder to
ashes and what will this mean for the Brigade,
their loved ones and the lads themselves?
22-24 Sep 7:30pm 135m Watch, Macclesﬁeld are waiting with bated
breath to see what this means for them. Will
£10 (£8.50 concs)
22, 30 Sep 8pm 60m
With a style that toes the line between straight
stand up and absurdism; misﬁt and newly
proactive Eryn Tett (Cherry Comedy Breakout
Act of the Year Winner '20/Funny Women Stage
Award Runner-up '20) is collecting important
data in the search of her perfect audience.
*data may be collected for research purposes.
Set against the true life backdrop of the strike
action as autumn gives way to the Winter of
Discontent. Genders' new play explores this
rarely examined period of history and the impact
that is still felt today.
Stephen G. Titley in association with
Prole Art Threat Productions
The Formidable Lizzie
The Church Of The Fall
23, 28 Sep 7:30pm 60m
£7 (£3 concs)
A musical AND a ﬁlm about Queen and not
ONE show about The Fall? That's bobbins! The
Church of The Fall is my attempt to do justice to
the late genius Mark E. Smith and his group The
Fall. Expect music, love and laughs. It's about
the need to believe in something 'greater'; that
thing is The Fall. You don't have to love The Fall
to enjoy my show, you just need to love music.
Come one, come all, to the Church Of The Fall
(ex-Fall members FREE ENTRY!)
What do you get when you combine a wedding
ring, burlesque and Pacman? Well, if you're
Lizzie Boone, you might get therapy...
International Anthony Burgess
24-25 Sep 7pm, 7:30pm,
£7 (£5 concs)
Lizzie will pull you into her world for a night of
drama, healing and dark humour.
Centred around a therapists ofﬁce, this
one-woman show explores the intricacies of
humanity through a woman who loves vodka
with lemonade and a bit of burlesque.
With lively voice-overs bringing to life an array of
characters from soothing therapist Marie to wild
child Debz, amongst others, this play is bursting
with soul and humanity.