Saturday 16th November 2019


We are thrilled that our first show is a charity fund-raiser for Cancer Research UK @cr_uk.

Imagine this: 6 writers, 6 directors, 6 casts of actors and 1 day in which to produce something wonderful!  Sound amazing?  Well, it is : A Play-In-A-Day!


With this brilliant format, Fight Like A Girl has already raised several thousand pounds for Cancer Research UK,  so this will be another opportunity for us all to support a charity that is close to all our hearts.



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Sunday 17th November 2019

WACKY HORO SHOW  and Viaduct Theatre present a musical evening of Balkanalia and Klezmerica featuring Levenshulme's finest brass and reed big band, LEVVY METAL, supported by GOOD HABITS, performing Nu-Folk and Yiddish Theatre songs.


If Klezmer is new to you, just think of a big Jewish wedding with music that celebrates and gets you on your feet with its Eastern European rhythms and lots of clarinets and brass.  



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Thursday 21st November 2019

The Lipstick Thespians present Up The Bunting, written by Stephen Donald and directed by Alexis Tuttle.

Colin loves the local village fete, but this year

things are different! Where has hook-a duck gone? 

Beneath the bunting things are…CHANGING!  Colin is about to have an encounter with Lisa, a Reiki healer.

This is a deeply moving piece of theatre, with great pathos, and many moments of laugh out loud comedy.

'Don't miss your chance to see this play..’North West End ****4star

‘Excellent….Powerful…..Intelligent…’Manchester Salon 



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Sunday 24th November 2019

Hot on the heels of last month’s fab sell-out show at the Hat Works as part of Mercury Climbing, your favourite venue-fluid Stockport comedy club is back once again – this time popping up at Viaduct Theatre’s new pop-up venue!

Join us down at their new space in Merseyway on Sunday 24th November for a huge night of laughs with:

Allyson June Smith
“Simply one of the funniest comedians I’ve ever worked with” – Jason Manford

Sully O’Sullivan
“a blast of hilarity” – Manchester Evening News

Danny Sutcliffe (MC)
“One liners Jimmy Carr would be proud of” – Chortle

And there’s at least one more act to be confirmed!

Our last show sold out in record time, and this show is in a slightly smaller venue, so be quick in buying your tickets if you want to come.

Tickets: £9


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Thursday 28th November 2019

Come and see the LEGENDARY FAT ROLAND MC our first Scratch Night with 6-8 performers trying out new material.  It might be a comedy routine or a scene from a play or even some new songs. Whatever's on the bill, it'll be a great night out hosted, and you get to give the artists some feedback which will help them to develop their ideas further.  All this for just £6.  GET IN!



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Saturday 30th November 2019

Fresh from 4-star success at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019, Time Will Tell theatre company bring their honest portrayal of the effects of dementia on one family. Writing from her own experience as a personal carer, Gill McVey presents a play which never fails to entertain although it deals with such a serious topic. Some of the story is based on the writer’s own life experience and some is based on conversations she had and overheard while working with other carers and service users.



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Saturday 14th December 2019 @ 7.30pm

Actress/writer Caroline Burns Cooke – creator of And the Rope Still Tugging Her Feet (Argus Angel for Outstanding Theatre and Outstanding Individual Performer at Prague Fringe) and Proxy (Infallibles Award nominee for Outstanding Theatre and Ike Award winner for Best Solo Show) – returns with her third show to examine the life of glamorous 70's  sitcom legend Yootha Joyce.

Adored by friends and fans alike, hiding acute alcoholism from those closest to her, lighting up the screen as Mildred Roper in Man about the House and George and Mildred, she died at the height of her fame at only 53.

Could have been worse. Could have been a wet Wednesday at Rhyl Rep.


‘Burns Cooke is a superb actress…a play that transcends its subject’.  The Wee Review****

‘A warm and interactive performance that tugs at the heart strings’.  Edinburgh Evening News ****

‘A consummate performer and a fitting tribute to an icon’.  One4Review****

Best Play Morecambe Fringe 2019.  Top Five Best Shows Edinburgh Evening News 2019.  Recommended Theatre show Yorkshire Fringe 2019

Tickets: £9/£8