Levy Fringe: Arts and Theatre in Manchester
The Levy Fringe summer festival of culture 2019 is now over, but find out what went on on our LevyFringe page.
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Buy tickets for quality drama and comedy acts at Levenshulme’s 3rd annual Levy Fringe Arts and Culture Festival from as little as £4.50 thanks to support from Arts Council England on TicketSource, or Like the Levy Fringe Facebook Page for updates about all of these plus more free community events, which will be happening throughout Levenshulme, Manchester from June 22nd until July 14th 2019. If you’re a fan of theatre or would like to see what it’s like; this festival is perfect for you! Download a pdf of the festival for all the for all the great events of Arts and Theatre in Manchester [1MB].
Based just a few miles south of Manchester City Centre and connected by frequent transport links, Levy Fringe has comedy, cabaret, storytelling, drama and circus theatre, and visual arts – something for everyone looking for a bit of local fun this summer.
This year’s Levy Fringe Arts and Culture Festival will be delivered with support from Arts Council England. Keep up to date on our Fringe page.
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Just some of the theatre and comedy acts at this year’s Levy Fringe…
Kapow at Levenshulme Market June 29th 2019 (FREE) – Grow is a lively, energetic and vibrant dance theatre duo by Kapow. A comment on humanity and a comedic gardening show combined. It’s a playful and touching celebration of the power of nature to rejuvenate, take over spaces and grow through the cracks. Kapow – Dance Circus Theatre are based here in Levenshulme, Manchester and are excited to connect with our local community and those from further afield through performance at the Levenshulme Fringe Festival.
Brawn, Friday July 5th 2019, 19:30, Levenshulme Old Library, £4.50
A raw, emotional and illuminating piece of theatre, BRAWN explores the powerful desire for physical perfection, and the silent, anxious struggles of the men who experience it today. Once a smart kid in the classroom, Ryan is trapped in a life he doesn’t want to lead. He feels increasingly suffocated in a world obsessed by self-image and measures his self-worth in muscle mass.
“Brawn offers us an arresting portrait of physical perfectionism sparked by unrealistic representations of the male body in advertising and popular culture, and demonstrates the damage this can do.” -BROADWAY BABY
Sarah Kendall & Daliso Chaponda, Thursday July 11th 2019, 19:30, Levenshulme Old Library, £4.50
More bang for your buck as As Sarah Kendall, two-time Edinburgh Best Show, Perrier and Time Out Comedy Awards nominee previews her brand new show ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe.
AND Britain’s Got Talent 2017 finalist, Radio 4 alum and Youtube start Daliso Chaponda brings his new show Blah Blah Blacklist, a satirical look at disgraced and blacklisted celebrities and historical figures we’re ashamed we once admired. Both acts are included in the ticket fee!
HollyZone History, Saturday July 13th 2019, 19:30, Levenshulme Inspire, £4.50
Holly’s hilarious take on historical facts, will have you in stitches, and you might just learns a thing or two! Think of it as Mary Beard meets Fleabag! “From adventurers on British ships, to former sex workers turned scourge of the Chinese empire, and the Irish pirate queen who met Elizabeth I, meet some of the most resourceful, intriguing and salty women in history in this funny, factual, fearsome show about famous, fabulous, female pirates”. Ages 14+