There are no theatre productions on today but check our Theatre Guide to see what’s on our stage soon.
We can’t promise you romance this February, but we can promise you’ll fall in love with something on our stages, screens or gallery walls!
The month kicks off with 1927’s visual feast The Animals and Children Took to the Streets on our Theatre 1 stage, synchronising live music, performance and storytelling with stunning films and animation. Later in the month, Emma Rice’s Wise Children arrives with a big bawdy tangle of theatrical joy and heartbreak and a whole bunch of ★★★★★ reviews.
On our Theatre 2 stage is SparkPlug, an autobiographical tale of family, race and identity by Manchester’s own David Judge, set in 1980s Wythenshawe and with a nostalgia-packed soundtrack.
Highlights in our cinemas this month include the returns of LGBT History Month and the Japan Touring Programme, as well as a retrospective of work by Ngozi Onwurah as part of Celebrating Women in Global Cinema – full line-up for each season announced soon.