Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Citylife /Theatre

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

Citylife /Theatre

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theatreNOTES Festival / Orbit Festival HOME Manchester's inaugural Orbit Festival - cherry-picking the finest shows from the Edinburgh Fringe - continues with a host of top productions this week. Make space in your diaries for Jamie Wood's bonkers tribute to Yoko Ono, O No! (October 3 to 5); Walrus Theatre's award-winning debut show Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons imagines a world where humans are only allowed to speak a limited number of words each day (October 4 to 8); while Gary McNair tackles mortality in his acclaimed monologue A Gambler's Guide To Dying (October 6 to 8).- HOME Manchester / homemcr.org / 0161 200 1500 / until Wednesday, October 19 / Pounds 12/Pounds 10 individual shows, Pounds 72 festival pass Touring / What I Learned From Johnny Bevan Essex spoken word artist Luke Wright writes and stars in this evocative monologue about political awakening and platonic male relationships in the late 90s. …

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