The Greater Manchester Fringe is back bigger and better than ever. This week saw the launch of the programme for this year at Canal Street’s Taurus Bar. We were there to get you the lowdown on what’s sizzling this summer.
This year, venues across and beyond the city will join forces to bring you an exciting programme of cabaret, comedy, music and drama – and some famous faces will be joining in. The Greater Manchester Fringe has arisen out of the community spirit evident amongst Manchester’s cultural scene and an effort to create the kind of festival they want to see – and you’ll want to go to.
Fresh from leaving Coronation Street, Fringe patron Shobna Gulati was on hand to launch proceedings and fellow co-stars were even in attendance. Our appetites were whetted with Norris & Parker and JB Barrington and the chance to catch up with much…
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