Free and discounted tickets are available for Salford families though the Our Lowry scheme
Listings for The Lowry in June 2017.
A brave initiative from The Lowry will see patrons decide how much they should pay for a selection of theatre productions.
A new housing development and primary school could be built on farm and woodland adjacent to the A580 East Lancashire Road in Worsley.
The acclaimed National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time will bring a touch of nocturnal mystery to Salford’s Lowry art centre between Saturday, 21 January and Saturday, 4 January.
The winner of seven Olivier Awards, the play follows the story of 15-year-old Christopher Boone, who find himself under suspicion of killing a dog named Wellington. Read on for ticket details.
A real shame this, which is why I’m choosing to report this sad news.
Despite being the home of the BBC in the North and MediaCityUK, it seems Salford cannot sustain the independent social enterprise SalfordOnline.com CIC, which is to close its doors this month.