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Daily Archives: 5th February 2013

Gluten-free menus are increasingly common; check out Home Sweet Home in the Northern Quarter. Photo: Jonny Breakwell

Coeliac in Manchester

Jonny Breakwell tells us about the rise of ‘coeliac friendly’ menus

Smoked salmon trimmings and tinned asparagus sound nowhere near as appealing as their proper counterparts but, once cooked, give the same flavour. Photo: Paul Goyette

Entertaining on a budget: French dinner party

Catering en masse isn’t as expensive as you’d think

A diverse audience at the Young Curators' event (© Paul Greenwood)

Four at Cornerhouse

Three young curators, four emerging artists, and a little help from Cornerhouse

'Subconscious Society' at Cornerhouse. © Rosa Barba

Rosa Barba at Cornerhouse

Rosa Barba’s work is a sensitive reflection on the end of the industrial age, where analogue technology is fading into the distant past and being superseded by digital technology

Photo: Zero Dark Thirty, Relativity Media

Awards season brings fresh controversies

Dylan Wiggan looks into a recurring theme of this years awards season

The Sunset Sleeps 3

Review: The Sunset Sleeps

Anthony Steel reviews University of Manchester graduate Alex Browning’s debut short film


Elevator Action

Jonathan Lee looks at 1983’s Elevator Action


Reasons to be cheerful in 2013

The Mancunion’s 5 reasons for gamers to be cheerful in 2013

Director Tom Hooper

Director Profile: Tom Hooper

Suraj Vara looks at successful British director Tom Hooper

John Simm and Shirley Henderson in 'Everyday'


Ally Mitchell previews Michael Winterbottom’s latest release, out at The Cornerhouse on Sunday 17th February

Movie Still from 'Pan's Labyrinth'

A Year In Film: 2006

Lloyd Hammett guides us through his favourite year in film

Movie Poster for 'A Good Day To Die Hard'

Preview: ‘A Good Day to Die Hard’

Jack Crutcher previews the latest instalment of the ‘Die Hard’ franchise