Whether you are planning on introducing young family members to age appropriate shows or spending a night at an arena or the theatre as a couple, Manchester has an array of performances on offer.
Book one of Travelodge’s Manchester hotels to ensure the children get a good night’s sleep after an evening production. A stay in one of Travelodge’s Manchester hotels also means adults can treat themselves to their own little after party, with a few drinks after the curtains close.
Showing at Manchester Opera House from 18 to 30 June 2012, Blood Brothers is back for another sensational run. Fans of Willy Russell’s Liverpool based masterpiece will return to watch as the tragic story of Mickey and Edward unfolds in front of their eyes once again.
Those with GCSE level English and Drama students may find that this is the perfect ending to this educational milestone.
One for the children (and their parents), Disney Live! is back and promises to be bigger and better than ever. Catch it quick between 1 and 5 August 2012.
This year Mickey, Minnie and other Disney classics and Pixar greats take to the stage at The Lowry Theatre for a spectacular production of Mickey’s Magic Show.
The Voice Live
You’ve followed them loyally on the small screen and now it’s time to join them at the biggest venue in the city – Manchester Arena – on 26 September 2012.
The winner of BBC’s The Voice UK and seven finalists will entertain the masses following their coaching from Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones, Danny Donoghue and will.i.am.
A full programme of other events is available on the Manchester Theatres website including details of dates for Lady Gaga, Jesus Christ Superstar, Madam Butterfly and Susan Boyle’s I Dreamed A Dream.