until 2 May:

The Royal Exchange Theatre – Anna Karenina.  The classic Leo Tolstoy piece, adapted by Jo Clifford, enters its final week at the Royal Exchange Theatre before moving to Leeds.  The story explores two very different couples grappling with their feelings of love, directed by Olivier nominated Ellen McDougall.  7.30pm


Tuesday 28 April – Saturday 2 May:

The Lowry Theatre – Sister Act.  One of the most successful musical comedies, Sister Act, returns to Manchester following extrovert night club singer Deloris Van Cartier who finds herself in witness protection with the Holy Order of the Little Sisters.  Presented by the award winning All Saints Musical Productions. 7.15pm


Tuesday 28 April – Saturday 2 May:

The Lowry Theatre – The Woman In Black.  The spine tingling tale which has been seen by more than 7 million people, spent 25 years in the West End and was made into a major movie starring Daniel Radcliffe, brings its suspense and terror filled story to the Lowry, preparing to scare the audience out of its wits, blending drama and bold stagecraft.  7.30pm.


Saturday 2 May:

Home – Routes: Dancing to New Orleans.  Alex Reuben’s debut road movie Routes shows at Home.  A journey through the dance and music of the Amerian Deep South, Routes offers an insight into lesser-known forms of American culture.  The screening is accompanied by Reuben’s short films Que Pasa, Line Dance and Real Time plus a Q&A with the director himself.  4.00pm.