Shows you should be seeing in Manchester this autumn


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As the warm weather draws to a close, Manchester’s autumn season of theatre starts to pick up with an incredible line up of innovative work. Minsk based Belarus Free Theatre presents the world premiere of Burning Doorsacross the UK, including refugee focused festival, Journeys Festival in Leicester. Built on incredible resilience, this refugee led company is committed to globally campaigning for human rights and artistic freedom, through their bold and honest theatre making. 

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A Pacifist’s Guide to the War on Cancer is the eagerly awaited musical from Complicite (The Encounter) and Bryony Kimmings premiering at HOME this autumn. Complicite’s ability to immerse the audience into worlds far beyond the confines of their everyday lives is a perfect marriage with Bryony Kimming’s sharp and devastatingly honest writing, a relationship that will hopefully shine through on stage in the autumn season at HOME. An important look on the harsh reality…

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