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Tagged Lass O’Gowrie


Time for Storm Mine!

Kicking off at Manchester’s Lass O’Gowrie this Saturday afternoon is Storm Mine, the stage adaptation of the Kaldor City audio that acts as a sequel to the recently-performed Robots of Death! With performances starting at 2pm, this is your chance to catch a rare piece of work performed by a bunch of talented actors who…

Masks of Death

Terry Cooper, the man behind the madcap story Kangazang, has been an awfully busy man recently. Not only has he lent a hand in rebuilding the iconic igloo from Luke Skywalker’s home world (from a little known movie series called Star Wars) but the man of many talents can now add robot rebuilding to his…


Robots of Death/Storm Mine Update

Those of you interested in the previously-mentioned performances of Robots of Death and Storm Mine at the Fab Cafe and Lass O’Gowrie in Manchester take heed: some dates have changed! While Paul Darrow (Blake’s 7‘s Kerr Avon) will still be appearing on July 1st, the subsequent Darrow-less run of both shows has now been rescheduled…

Paul Darrow guests in Robots of Death: Live

Gareth Kavanagh on Robots of Death: Live

In advance of the arrival of Robots of Death and Storm Mine to live audiences in Manchester’s Fab Cafe and Lass O’Gowrie, writer Matthew Badham has spent some time with Greater Manchester Fringe Chair and Lass O’Gowrie co-owner Gareth Kavanagh to find out more about the background for these productions, which form part of the Greater…

How Do You Watch Yours?

We’ve still got over two weeks to go before the return of Doctor Who, but already people are making plans about how they will be watching The Impossible Astronaut! While the time is still to be confirmed, we’re all working on the fact that the episode should air on BBC One on Easter Saturday (the…

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