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Manchester’s Award Winning Theatre For Participation.

The Edge runs a comprehensive participatory programme alongside a professional theatre provision (both a receiving and producing house), working with people who are homeless, vulnerable adults and young people using high-quality theatre and arts to transform lives.

Based in a 19th Century former Red Cross Hospital in Chorlton, South Manchester, The Edge is fast becoming a unique space to take part in great theatre and see high-quality, small-scale theatre from around the country. It was launched in 2011 with award winning actors Julie Hesmondhalgh and Sir Mark Rylance as its patrons.

The Edge also houses rehearsal rooms and workshop spaces available for hire and is home to a fabulous cafe The Dressing Room  (Observer Food Monthly Award Winners 2018) which hosts a training programme in hospitality for adults with learning disabilities.

As a registered charity, you can support this work by becoming an Edge Mate here

…alongside the excellent work on stage, there’s good stuff happening throughout the organisation, with a participation programme as inclusive as it is ambitious.
Rob Martin, Time Out
Edge Theatre Chorlton Manchester

We are passionate about what we do. But we need your help. There are many ways that you can support The Edge and everything that we do here from becoming a regular donor to simply choosing to have your brew in our café The Dressing Room, which trains adults with learning disabilities in hospitality.

COMING UP NEXT IN THE THEATRE

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Mum’s The Word Comedy Club

Friday 24th May 2019

Featuring the rather wonderful Rob Rouse for May’s instalment. See the best stand ups on the circuit without having to leave your baby at home!

Edge Theatre Chorlton Manchester

Mum’s The Word Comedy Club

Friday 21st June 2019

See the best stand ups on the circuit without having to leave your baby at home.

Graeme Clark

Graeme Clark live

Saturday 29th June 2019

A fantastic opportunity to catch a very special acoustic performance from a legendary name. Graeme will be joined by renowned violinist Fiona Cuthill, his accompanying fiddle player.

CLASSES & COURSES

ADULTS

Adult Classes Chorlton

YOUNG PEOPLE

Children's Classes Chorlton Manchester

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Edge Theatre Chorlton Manchester

OUR COMPANIES & PROJECTS

A great space to relax with a coffee while you wait for a class, grab a pre-theatre meal, or simply relax with a piece of cake while enjoying the surroundings. Based at The Edge, our cafe is in the heart of Chorlton and on sunny days you can enjoying your coffee or cake in our secret garden. We also have a large selection on options including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free. All of our meals are made fresh in the cafe by our Chef Jim. Our cafe also provides catering for your conference, event or meeting.

The Dressing Room Cafe is our cafe and arts space and a dedicated training facility in hospitality for adults with learning disabilities. Trainees have the opportunity to learn skills which can be applied in a real working environment and also transferred and applied to other areas of life.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Manchester’s Award Winning Theatre For Participation

The Edge runs a comprehensive participatory programme alongside a professional theatre provision (both a receiving and producing house), working with people who are homeless, vulnerable adults and young people using high-quality theatre and arts to transform lives.

Based in a 19th Century former Red Cross Hospital in Chorlton, South Manchester, The Edge is fast becoming a unique space to take part in great theatre and see high-quality, small-scale, theatre from around the country. It was launched in 2011 with award winning actors Julie Hesmondhalgh and Sir Mark Rylance as its patrons.

The Edge also houses rehearsal rooms and workshop spaces available for hire and is home to a fabulous cafe The Dressing Room which hosts a training programme in hospitality for adults with learning disabilities.

As a registered charity, you can support this work by becoming an Edge Mate here

 

SUPPORT OUR WORK

We are passionate about what we do. But we need your help.

We work with people who are homeless, vulnerable adults and young people using high-quality theatre and arts to transform lives. As a registered charity we rely on donations from our incredible supporters to keep this work going.You can read more about how your donation will make an impact below.

You can give us a one-off donation or become one of our Edge Mates (regular donors)