Welcome to Word of Warning!

In June 2011, after some 25 years of showing the best in cutting edge performance in Manchester, greenroom, closed its doors for the final time.  Long-time collaborator, hÅb - co-producer of emergency, Hazard, Turn, Method Lab, 'poolside emergency and now emergency accommodation is attempting to keep the legacy alive.

Word of Warning is an experiment to collect and collate what's going on in Manchester, in the North West and basically anywhere within an evening's travelling distance of Manchester to make sure those of us who are passionate about live art, contemporary performance, contemporary theatre, dance, sited work and all the things between, can have something to go and see!

In time to come there will, hopefully, be a more formal site, mailing list and even some direct programming - but for now, we are 'making-do' and hoping people will join us in keeping on top of what there is to see and do!

To join the mailing list, mail wordofwarning@habarts.org

To add suggestions of things to see and do - either add a comment below or wordofwarning@habarts.org

To keep in touch via Twitter: Follow HazardMcr on Twitter

In a couple of weeks we'll publish a calendar of what we've come up with for the Autumn season and start mailing the existing mailing list with (reasonably) regular news.


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i went to bright club manchester the other night at nexus cafe
it was a lovely relaxing and stimulating friday night
could see a number of greenroom devotee's enjoying it
describes itself as
The thinking person's variety club!
Bright Club blends comedy, science, music and anything else that can happen on stage.
Our experts dissect one of the important things in life from eight different directions, and all in Bright Club's unique style.
The first rule of Bright Club is: you tell your friends about Bright Club!
The Bright Club concept comes to Manchester from London, where it was developed to engage researchers there with the public.


Magical Animals at Sandbar run by the rainbow headed Jackie Hagan
is the perfect subsitute for greenroom's poetry audience
next one is mon 12th of sept
details on http://www.sandbaronline.net/
there a new night at contact theatre called comedy playground starting on the 03rd October, the idea is to produce a night of comedy that doesn't fit into traditional stand up comedy nights. I performed at the pilot night for and it was a really nice gig, I can imagine quite a few acts from Vaudeville performing as part of it.