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‘A Clockwork Orange’ was written over 50 years ago but is still as relevant today as it was in the early Sixties. Anthony Burgess created an absolute masterpiece when he composed this creative and chilling tale of Alex and his three droogs causing chaos and wreaking havoc wherever they ventured. The language used in the novel is incredible; as it is a hybrid mix of Russian, English and modified Slavic words. Entitled ‘Nadsat’; Burgess later claimed that it embodied the voice of a ‘not too distant future’ and wholly emphasised the disillusionment and boredom brought on by lack of motivation and the promise of bleak times ahead. There was nothing for Alex and his comrades to aim for; as they lived in a society that had no ambition; no drive; no urge to progress. The story revolves around four disenchanted individuals who spend their days in the Korova Milkbar dreaming up adventures for the forthcoming evening. Due to the fact that most of these events include a healthy dose of ‘ultraviolence’ their actions could be construed as somewhat shocking and difficult to comprehend.
In actual fact; Stanley Kubrick’s harrowing take on this twisted tale was banned from cinemas across the nation when it was first released and you could only watch the film on a pirate VHS. It remains a true classic to this day and is lauded as one of the most influential movies of all time. And what is even buy diazepam for dogs more fantastic is that ‘A Clockwork Orange’ is being performed at the Lowry from Monday 21st to Saturday 26th October. Following five-star reviews from hard-to-please critics and a successful stint at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this all-male show is guaranteed to be spectacular. You may want to brace yourself for some graphic scenes as the play is not for the faint-hearted; but it is utterly compelling and spellbinding.
After an evening of thrills, spills and Drencrom, Velocet and Synthemesc you will no doubt be completely exhausted and will want to retire to your beautiful boutique guest room at The Mitre Hotel. We are one of the most unique and stunning hotels in Manchester City Centre and will welcome you with open arms when you arrive at our gorgeous guesthouse. Accommodation in Manchester City Centre has to be comfortable and relaxing and we will do everything in our power to make sure that your stay is a pleasant one. If you are looking for top of the range hotels in Manchester City Centre then you have most certainly come to the right place. Manchester City Centre accommodation should cater for all specific requirements and personal preferences as everyone has different needs and The Mitre Hotel is happy to take all requests on board. Just give us a quick call on 0161 834 4128 for more information about tariffs and availability.