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An Interview with Tony Hinchcliffe

"If I get arrested in London for telling jokes that are over the line, I’ll be a legend"

Best UK Opera Houses

There’s nothing quite like the power of opera singing – so we’ve chosen you some belters!

This Week 14 – 20 January

Stuck for something to do this week? We've got you covered...

Kieran Hodgson, Before Brexit

The Edinburgh Comedy Award-nominee takes us back to 1975, when things were... simple?

Burns Night 2019

Feel the Burns! Your January is about to perk up, with this welcome excuse to read poetry, eat haggis and drink whisky (or whichever your New Year's resolutions allow)

This week 07 – 13 January

From fright nights to folk singing, check out our top picks for the week ahead

January Round-Up for Manchester

The 2019 culture scene is kicking off big time in the glorious North!

The Best of New Year in Brighton!

Tonight we’re gonna party like it’s ’19…

This week: 17 – 23 December

From 'whodunnit' to 'well, Andy Warhol definitely did it' – there's plenty to do across the UK this week!

XMAS - Panto season is upon us!

(Oh yes it is!) And these spectacular productions are all goodies...

XMAS – Wishing you a Merry Mancunian Christmas!

Check out our top 5 picks for festive fun in Manchester this December

This week: 10 – 16 December

It’s the final countdown, and we’re looking beyond the shopping frenzy for some wholesome fun

“O heavenly mingle!”

Antony & Cleopatra has scooped awards and wowed critics – now this love story of historic proportions is hitting cinemas as part of NT Live on 6th December

"When Brexit's over? Oh I’ll be dead."

We caught up with political satirist Matt Forde to talk about his (daily updating...) new tour

This week: 26 - 02 December

Our top picks this week include Christmas craft, witch craft, fairy tales and Love Actually with a live orchestra.

XMAS – The Best of Christmas in Brighton

Skate in front of the pavilion, get yourself to the panto and even take a freezing dip on Christmas Day

There's Method to his Madness

Mark Gatiss dons crown – and straitjacket – for the infamous title role in 'The Madness of George III' at Nottingham Playhouse, which audiences can catch nationwide as part of NT Live on Tuesday 20th November

This week: 19 - 25 November

It’s beginning to look a bit like Christmas… (but not too much - we promise)

Harry & Chris Save the World: an interview with Harry Baker

“Poetry and maths are both about trying to figure stuff out, and using what you know to make sense of what you don’t”

Where Are We Now? Camille O’Sullivan interview

We caught up with the Irish-French performer ahead of her tour.

Billionaire Boy: interview with Luke Sheppard

We speak to the director of the new musical adaptation of David Walliams’ best-selling book.

Once more for the Road: Catherine Dyson interview

The writer/performer talks about her new show

This week: 12 - 18 November

Here comes your weekly round-up, and it's packing a punch!

Armistice Day 100 years

Find events to commemorate and learn about the end of World War One.

Ballet Black UK tour

Catch the pioneering dance company at venues across England throughout November

This week: 05 - 11 November

This week’s culture scene is full of food for thought, inspired by science, nature and history

“It was a fascinating journey of discovery…”

We caught up with Alexander Whitley to find out about his latest work “8 minutes”, a choreographic space odyssey inspired by solar imagery and created in collaboration with IF Oxford and STFC RAL Space.

A Literature Lover’s Guide to Yorkshire

Famous for more than just Dales, tea and terriers - discover some of the county's literary legends in our handy guide!

“I can guarantee that no part of this show is true"

We chatted to provocative performer and writer Pariah Khan, about his debut one-man show “An Indian Abroad” which hits the Wardrobe Theatre in Bristol later this month.

“Art and life imitating each other”

We chatted to Director Richard Twyman, about English Touring Theatre’s latest production of Othello, which re-analyses the classic play through the lens of religion and spirituality.

“Even in war, blessed are the piss takers”

We took a look at Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s play “The Wipers Times”, a quick witted, comical exploration of the satirical newspaper that took the trenches by storm, and encouraged all to laugh in the face of adversity.

Sometimes you’ve got to be a little bit naughty…

After spending 6 years in the West End, multi-award winning Matilda the Musical is returning to its regional roots by doing a UK and Ireland Tour through 2018 and 2019.

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