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Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams role in Mary Stuart

      The Amleida Theatre’s accalaimed production of Robert Icke’s new adaptation of Mary Stuart. It will open in the West End before visiting three venues outside of London, with Juliet Stevenson and Lia Williams reprising their roles. Following a critically acclaimed, sold-out season at the Almeida in 2016-17, Robert ...

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Manchester raises the flag for Armed Forces Day

The Mayor of Manchester Councillor Eddy Newman, marked Manchester’s celebration for Armed Forces Day with the raising of the Armed Forces. The Lord Mayor was accompanied by Paul Griffiths, Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Greater Manchester, Councillor Tommy Judge Manchester City Council’s lead member for Armed Forces, and Major Brad Braddock RA ...

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MANCHESTER INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL 2017

Manchester International Festival today announces the programme for the 2017 Festival, which takes place 29 June – 16 July this year. Manchester International Festival is the world’s first festival of original, new work and special events, staged every two years. Presenting new works from across the spectrum of performing arts, ...

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Thoroughly Modern Millie Review

We sent Matthew Jameson to check out Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Leeds Grand Theatre ahead of the tour arriving in Manchester. Laugh your socks off as Thoroughly Modern Millie hits the Grand Theatre with style, class and outrageous fun proving forward thinking can get you everywhere! This Tony Award winning ...

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REVEALED: MANCHESTER’S LAST MINUTE SHOPPING HABITS

Shoppers in Manchester are using Amazon’s ultra-fast Prime Now delivery service to stock up on soft drinks, snacks and other household essentials, according to new data released today. Amazon has analysed orders in Manchester on its Prime Now mobile app and PrimeNow.co.uk website, delivered in same-day, one or two-hour delivery ...

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Shakespeare’s Finest Work Live In Manchester

Don’t miss Shakespeare’s two great romantic comedies, Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing (or Love’s Labour’s Won), as this widely acclaimed pairing arrives at Manchester’s Opera House prior to the West End. Originally staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company, these two sparklingly funny romances are brought together by ...

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A Timeline of Commercial Flight With Jet2

As Jet2 recently celebrated the first of 30 shiny new Boeing 737-800 aircraft joining the Jet2.com fleet, they thought they’d take a look at the soaring story of aviation. Here’s an at-a-glance timeline of take-offs that made the history books… Aircraft first took to the skies at the turn of ...

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A Step by Step Guide to Capturing the Night Sky

Night Sky

Paul Reiffer – Shooting the Night Sky Night/Astro/Star/Star-trail Photography – whatever you want to call it, this is a genre which has become increasingly popular over the past couple of years (partly connected with the increase in sensitivity of reasonably-priced camera sensors over the same period). The irony being, it’s ...

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About Us: Manchester Mag

ABOUT MANCHESTER MAG manchestermag.co.uk is an exciting way to reach potential customers and showcase what you have to offer. It’s the sister of www.leedscitymagazine.co.uk and City Dweller Magazine, which has been running since 2004 and has a huge following across Yorkshire and its surrounding areas with over 250k hits to ...

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