- Box office 0161 282 9776
- Opening times Mon–Thu 10am–9.30pm; Fri & Sat 10am–6pm.
- Website www.edgetheatre.co.uk
The Edge provides Chorlton, South Manchester, with a high quality theatre space and studio spaces, where they produce and present professional theatre, with a particular emphasis on musical theatre and theatre for families.
The Edge also hosts lots of regular courses, classes and workshops for adults and young people, including tap dancing, Theatre Club, Ukulele Club, Introduction to Acting, Young Musicians and many more.
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Cautionary Tales For Daughters – Songs Your Mother Never Taught You
Following its hugely acclaimed premiere at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2015, *Cautionary Tales for Daughters *brings its “razor-sharp satirical song writing” (The Stage) and “gut- punching” (The Times) lyricism to the Edge Theatre and Arts Centre. Musical tales of the hapless feckless and foolish stand as stark…
Sat 6 May
£10–£12 / 0161 282 9776
Edge Contemporary Dance For 12-16Yrs
Saturdays 12.30-1.45pm 4 week course - £20: 4th & 11th March, 1st & 8th April In this course led by Genevieve Estevez-Baker, we will use exciting and dynamic approaches to produce a piece of Physical Theatre and Contemporary Dance. We will push the boundaries of what our bodies are capable of, develop…
Every Brilliant Thing
- Written by: Duncan Macmillan
A new play exploring depression from the perspective of a six year old whose mum has been hospitalised. Each performance involves members of the audience so every show is unique.
Luke Wright Presents: The Toll
After the Fringe First winning success of What I Learned From Johnny Bevan, Luke Wright is back to subject the English language to a series of degrading new tricks, all for your amusement. Featuring a selection of poems from The Toll (Penned in the Margins, 2017) this show tours the flat-roofed pubs and half-bought…
Mum's The Word Comedy Club
Parent and baby afternoon comedy club. See the best stand ups on the circuit without having to leave your baby at home! Mums the word is a comedy gig designed for parents* with babies hosted by comedian and new Mum, Katie Mulgrew. Feel free and relaxed to feed, change and nurse your baby. Our acts are used to rowdy…
Luke Wright is this month's guest at Twisted Words, Rugby's open-mic poetry night. Join him as he reads from his latest collection, The Toll, which deals in doubt, duty, and a hundred lonely evenings spent shouting at Question Time. It's visceral, inventive verse that sweats, bleeds and sings - and it's from a word artist…
Wow! Said the Owl
Tim Hopgood's children's book is brought to life through a blend of storytelling, puppetry and music. Explore a world of colour with this curious little owl who is determined to stay awake to see what daylight brings.