Julie Hesmondhalgh leads a stellar cast of North West actors in unique theatre event
Bridging The Gap - Thursday 24 September – Saturday 26 September 2015 Halle St Peter’s, Manchester
Eight award-winning North West writers come together with some of the most inspirational directing and acting talent in the region for a thrilling event. Bridging The Gap – Eight New Short Plays features World Premieres on that theme from leading writers.
A carefully-curated celebration of North West talent, World Premieres, and your chance to help shape the future all in the same great event, taking place from Thursday 24th September-Saturday 26th September in Halle St. Peter’s, where Kenneth Branagh’s Macbeth wowed the world as part of the Manchester International Festival.
Writers are Jim Cartwright, Chris Hoyle, Charlotte Keatley, Ian Kershaw, Sarah McDonald Hughes, Ian Puleston-Davies, Punam Ramchurn and Simon Stephens - whose world-famous hits include The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Nighttime, Two, and My Mother Said I Never Should.
Julie Hesmondhalgh leads a stellar cast of North West actors with acclaimed directors Joyce Branagh, David Fleeshman, Justine Potter, Martha Simon, Stefan Escreet, Liz Stephenson and Anthony Banks
- 1 The best place to view stormy skies in Derbyshire and the Peak District
- 2 How to spend a day out in magical St Albans
- 3 Win the Cobra MX3440V Cordless Lawnmower
- 4 Cheshire summer holiday outings: Making Tracks 2 model railway exhibition at Chester Cathedral
- 5 See photos of the last time Ladybower revealed its submerged village
- 6 Win a luxury 2-night Lake District getaway to the Skiddaw Hotel worth £500
- 7 Rob and Dave Nicholson - the TV farmers from Barnsley
- 8 Cheshire walk - Anderton Boat Lift and Nature Park
- 9 17 amazing experience days in Hampshire
- 10 Win a luxury break at the Raithwaite Sandsend Hotel
Thursday 24th September 7.30 pm
Friday 25th September 7.30 pm
Saturday 26th September 2.30 pm, Performance Five 7.30 pm
Venue: Halle St. Peters, Blossom Street, Manchester M4 6AW
Tickets on the door will cost £15 Full Price / £9 Concession
Advance tickets are £12 Full Price & £6 Concession (plus booking fee) - Available at SeeTickets