Arts & Culture
Bipolar actor Scott Ransome will take the lead role Jez Butterworth’s ‘Jerusalem’, the modern classic which opens at Altrincham Garrick on Monday.
A Bowdon author has published a poignant account of her father’s experiences in the Auschwitz concentration camp.
A riotous political farce from the pen of the man who wrote classic Seventies sitcoms Rising Damp and Only When I Laugh is up next at the Altrincham Garrick.
One of Agatha Christie’s lesser known murder mystery plays opens at the Altrincham Garrick on Monday 29th January.
Everyman is planning to open a cinema in the former JJB Sports unit in Altrincham town centre.
The Garrick’s famous traditional family pantomime returns this Friday – but you’ll have to hurry to get the last remaining tickets.
An Altrincham company has played in a starring role in the BBC’s acclaimed Christmas advert.
A Christmas pop-up shop selling work from local designers and makers has opened in Altrincham town centre.
To mark the launch edition of the Altrincham Today magazine, we commissioned an original front cover illustration from Nick Thompson, owner of Chester design studio Lemondrop Creative.
The pre-pantomime show at the Garrick is one of Alan Ayckbourn’s very best comedies, Season’s Greetings.
You may have read the Booker Prize-winning novel. You probably watched the multi-award winning BBC TV series.
If you’ve ever fancied yourself as a Miss Marple or Inspector Morse, the latest show at the Garrick Theatre is a must.
Hilarious comedy It Runs in the Family, from the master of farce Ray Cooney, is to open at Altrincham Garrick next week.
The Cinnamon Club is back with a brand new season of singing, dancing and live music.
New season gets underway at Altrincham Garrick with adaptation of award-winning film Ladies in Lavender
The new season at the Altrincham Garrick will launch later this month with a stage adaptation of Ladies in Lavender.
Artists, venues and events have been announced for Hidden Altrincham, the town’s art summer art festival, which returns next month.
Following the success of Russell Kane’s sold-out two-night run last month, Altrincham Garrick has secured two more top comedians for the Barrington Road venue.
Two 1930s-style railway posters promoting Altrincham and Hale have been produced as part of a new exhibition to be held next month at a museum in Northwich.
Local MP Graham Brady has backed calls for Channel 4 to move North to MediaCityUK at Salford Quays.
He’s worked with everyone from Paul McCartney to the Pet Shop Boys, and now legendary saxophonist Snake Davis is making a much-anticipated return to the Cinnamon Club in Altrincham.