Arts & Culture
Altrincham’s Vue Cinema will have three special showings for families to enjoy this Christmas and only one of them is a film.
Boutique cinema chain Everyman is to open its new Altrincham cinema on Friday November 9th.
Considered by many to be one of the greatest plays of the 20th century, Arthur Miller’s ‘A View from the Bridge’, will be on show at the Garrick next week.
Local author David Nolan has released his first novel, inspired by the “life-changing” experience he had while covering the Strangeways riot as a young radio reporter in 1990.
The tale of Phileas Fogg’s 80-day journey around the world will open at the Altrincham Garrick on Monday.
The annual Harfest music festival will return to Altrincham this month and the full line-up has just been announced.
Agatha Christie’s compelling drama Verdict will open at the Altrincham Garrick on Monday September 10th.
Two diverse but equally outstanding productions from National Theatre are coming live to Vue Altrincham and will form part of…
Last weekend, the fourth annual Goose Green Festival was yet again a massive hit with a record-breaking attendance on Saturday.
The Altrincham Garrick season begins tomorrow in the Lauriston Studio with a vulgar but deeply moving play named Playhouse Creatures by April De Angelis.
Fans of legendary crooners Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin and Sammy Davis Junior will be able to relive their glory days when Rat Pack tribute show Swingin’ At The Sands comes to Altrincham this December.
From the Stone Roses to half of The Smiths, we all know Altrincham has spawned more than its fair share of music legends. But which tunes were actually created here?
Tickets for the new season at the Altrincham Garrick go on sale tomorrow online – with the theatre box office on Barrington Road open from 11am on Monday.
They won’t be building a walk of fame any time soon, but Altrincham has acted as location for more than its fair share of casts and crew.
A giant colony of super-sized Bee sculptures is winging its way to Manchester this summer for one of the biggest public art events the city has ever seen.
A former Royal Shakespeare Company actor has kicked off pre-season training at the Altrincham Garrick.
Altrincham resident discovers “worthless” vase while moving house – and it sells at auction for £110,000
A “truly special” Chinese vase has been sold at auction for over £110,000 – having been discovered while an Altrincham resident was moving house.
EXCLUSIVE: Johnny Marr on living in Altrincham during The Smiths, the influences behind his “dramatic” new album – and his jam with Macca
Thirty-six years ago, an 18-year-old Johnny Marr knocked on the door of 384 Kings Road in Stretford and introduced himself to an awkward Mancunian by the name of Stephen Patrick Morrissey. The pair gelled instantly, and within weeks The Smiths were born.
Legendary jazz funk band Shakatak return to the Cinnamon Club next week for their first gig at the venue in two years.
Priscilla Queen of the Desert, the wildly popular musical about two drag queens, a transgender woman and their race to get from Sydney to Alice Springs in time to perform their act at Lasseter’s Hotel Casino Resort, comes to the Altrincham Garrick next week.