warnmcr: fallback position...

As the clocks fall back and the days tick away to the gothiest night of the year, my preferred position would be prone, as I'm still recovering from our own monstously monumental evening with Ron Athey!

This weekend you can still catch Scottee's Class (until 26 Oct) and Javaad Alipoor's Rich Kids: A History of Shopping Malls in Tehran (until 2 Nov) at HOME; or HushHush at The Lowry, tonight, Fri 25 Oct.
Further afield, Luke McDonnell's Birdhouse is at Theatre Deli, Sheffield (until 26 Oct); and in Leeds, tonight, Fri 25 Oct, Leo Burtin's with bread is at Stage@Leeds while Ema Boswood's Ghost Sexxx is at CLAY. Tomorrow, Sat 26 Oct, Eggs Collective's Material is a one-off in Accrington Market Hall.

Next week (w/c 28 Oct) Salford University's New Adelphi Theatre plays host to Levantes Dance Theatre's The Band (Tue 29 Oct) and Michael Pinchbeck's Concerto (Fri 1 Nov); while the Royal Exchange Theatre has Burtin + Matthews's The Witching Way on Thu 31 Oct + Fri 1 Nov; and The Edge, Chorlton has The People Show's The Last Straw. Elsewhere, Smith + Sveen's Commonism is at the Media Factory, Preston on Fri 1 Nov and at The Holbeck, Leeds on Sun 3 Nov.

The following week (w/c 4 Nov) Word of Warning is back in action again for Tom Cassani's I Promise You That Tonight at The Lowry. Quarantine invite you to Meet The Neighbours; and there are 24 Hours of Peace at The Royal Exchange. Beyond that there's a lot of dance about: Dicskon MbiKalakuta Republic and Emmanuel Gat are at The Lowry; Watch Us Dance is at New Adelphi; Liz Agiss is in Ormskirk; and Gary Clarke is in Blackpool.

Enjoy the extra hour in bed on Sunday as long as not too many things go bump in the night..!


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Performance Programme
Autumn/Winter 2019

Wed 6 Nov, 8pm. PWYD | The Lowry
Tom Cassani

(PWYD indicates you Pay What You Decide)

Word of Warning Autumn/Winter 2019 is brought to you by hÅb — with NIAMOS, STUN, Z-arts + The Lowry. Supported using public funding by Arts Council England.