ON SALE NOW: NEW AUTUMN SEASON IN THE THEATRE click here
LATEST NEWS FROM THE EDGE
PLAYING NEXT IN THE THEATRE: Manchester Road Players present THE HOLIDAY SNAP. Click here for more info and to book.
We have places on the Autumn Term of Theatre Club (for 5 – 8 years) and Edge Youth Theatre (for 9 – 12 years). Email email@example.com and come and join us…
ON SALE NOW: NEW AUTUMN SEASON OF COURSES FOR ADULTS click here
Ukulele Club has moved to Wednesday. Click here to learn the Uke or join our orchestra
We’re planning this term’s JUMP Free Courses for unemployed people and people on low incomes. We’d like to know what courses you would like us to consider putting on. Email your ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
Based in a former Sunday school in Chorlton South Manchester, The Edge is a little theatre with big aspirations. Launched in 2011 with award winning actors Julie Hesmondhalgh and Mark Rylance as its Patrons, the 70 seat venue is both a receiving and a producing house, with a particular interest in theatre for children, musical theatre and new writing.
At the Edge we are committed to developing new audiences and we run a comprehensive participatory programme alongside our professional theatre provision. The Edge also houses an established amateur theatre company and a range of ways for our local community to get involved in theatre and the arts.
In 2012 we became a lead partner in Big Imaginations, an Arts Council funded strategic touring consortium; bringing the best in theatre for children and families to the North West.
As theatre makers ourselves we have enjoyed critical success with our most recent productions. Spinach, an entirely sung romantic comedy thriller and Dreaming Under a Different Moon, a musical adventure for families.
The Edge, which also houses rehearsal rooms, workshop spaces and plans to open a cafe later in the year, is fast becoming a unique space to see high quality, small-scale, great theatre from around the country.
If you’re interested in Community Theatre, ACT can help Visit www.actuk.org