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Rob Lees
Artistic Director of MaD Theatre Company
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Dr Julie Wray Aug 23
‘As a local councillor I love a photo opportunity at the tenth food bank in my constituency.... at last a job in government TY latest play 30th Sept & 1st Oct; Bury Met 30th Oct Book your tickets
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MaD Theatre Company Aug 19
Get your tickets for MaD Theatre Company's fabulous new play, 'Food Bank Boulevard' on the 30th Sept and 1st October and on the 30th Oct
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shay rowan Aug 12
Delighted to see my photos of used in relation to this research feature 'Scenes From A Play' by St Hilda's College, Oxford Many thanks to all involved. ❤️
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St Hilda's College Aug 12
One of our Spotlights from 2018/19 was 'Scenes from a Play: 'It’s the Wrong Way to Tickle Mary'. The play was part of a project looking at , and Women’s in Britain c.1945 - present. Photos Shay Rowan. Find out more:
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shay rowan Aug 10
The latest production from the always brilliant plays at
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The Met Aug 10
Food Bank Boulevard () is an irreverent satire commenting on today’s inner city Britain and is from the producers of Me, You and George Clooney. Miss it and your life will be that bit emptier than it should be.
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Selina Todd Aug 9
Everything at is great, so I'm honoured to have been invited to take part in this event there on 18 September with the wonderful !
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Salford Now Aug 7
Tickets are still available for the launch of Selina Todd's new book, 'Tastes of honey'. The book is the first official biography of Salford born play write and working class hero Shelagh Delaney
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MaD Theatre Company Aug 6
Please check out this link previewing the Tastes Of Honey Discussion event on the 18th Sept. We will be part of the discussion
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Dr Julie Wray Jul 29
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MaD Theatre Company Jul 30
Tickets for our New comedy, "Food Bank Boulevard" to be performed on the 30th Sept and the 1st Oct and on the 30th October are now on sale. Please click the link for more details
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Greater Manchester Fringe Jul 27
Singalong after Me, You & George Clooney ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ just shows is for all generations - watch out for Food Bank Boulevard ⁦⁩ Salford Bury coming soon
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Dr Julie Wray Jul 27
Good job Nellie is over 66 & can have her pension - enjoy retirement ‘rNellie 🙌
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shay rowan Jul 27
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MaD Theatre Company Jul 27
What a fantastic audience yesterday at the kings arms. Lovely to see folks that had seen it before bring their mum's to watch it. Catch it tonight before nellie goes into retirement
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MaD Theatre Company Jul 27
Thanks for the fantastic response from the audience yesterday.
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Greater Manchester Fringe Jul 27
Last chance to see...Me, You & George Clooney Sat 27 July 7pm Nellie has not been out since she was mugged, spending all day internet shopping & watching daytime TV with her care worker Nigel 📸
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Ian McMillan Jul 26
In the post: ⁦this wonderful slice of cultural history and a blueprint for a possible cultural future by ⁦⁩ .
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Greater Manchester Fringe Jul 25
Me, You & George Clooney 4pm Fri 26 July & 7pm Sat 27 July Nellie has not been out since she was mugged, spending all day internet shopping & watching daytime tele with her care worker Nigel 📸
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Greater Manchester Fringe Jul 24
You, Me and George Clooney Fri 26 July 4pm and Sat 27 July at 7pm Poor old Nellie has not been out since she was mugged. She spends all day internet shopping & watching daytime tele. Care worker Nigel's visits is concerned...
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