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RACHEL Returns to The Lowry in January 2018

Written by NewLiveTheatre on . Posted in Latest News

We are pleased to announce that RACHEL, by Stevie Helps, will be returning to The Lowry in Salford Quays on Saturday 13th January 2018. Tickets are now on sale via The Lowry Website.


Produced by New Live Theatre Company and Stevie Helps Theatre Productions

RACHEL is an extraordinary piece of stagecraft from Award Winning Theatre Practitioner/Director and Manchester Hub Drama Acting Coach Stevie Helps. Based on some of the author’s personal experiences of psychiatric hospitals. This evolved production features touching live music with dark and emotional content. From melodrama to physical theatre, this show has it all and is guaranteed to leave audiences talking. The unconventional play with a personality disorder of its very own.


Everything in Rachel’s life is crumbling. She has suffered a whirlwind of abuse in her life, but now is the abused becoming the abuser? With a villainous Father and a new lovable love interest, c an she break free from her prison of torment, or will she forever remain a pawn in a squiggly wiggly game of oopsies? 

Come and experience Rachel, and 13 other exciting characters, in this winding tale of drama, which plunges deep into melodrama, surrealism… and realism, in a unique piece of Theatre.
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Suitable for ages 16+

Mind’s A Labyrinth at THE LOWRY

Written by NewLiveTheatre on . Posted in Latest News, Press, Shows

mind's a labyrinth at The Lowry Studio Theatre Salford Quays

We are so pleased to announce that Mind’s A Labyrinth by Stevie Helps will be performing at the presitigious LOWRY STUDIO THEATRE this November!

This special performance will also feature some exciting NEW CHARACTERS and not one, not two, but THREE RACHELS will be portraying the troubled lead role!!

Tickets are on sale now via The Lowry website at Quay Tickets.




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Fun Facts

Composer Irving Berlin, despite living to the age of 101, never learned to play the piano in more than one key. Instead, he had a specially commissioned piano that could change key at the flick of a switch.



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