The Mancunion

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Monthly Archives: May 2014

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Summer Dresses for Every Shape

Natalie Proctor advises which summer dresses are best for your body shape

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Nine inch nails

Fashion editor Susie Coen tries out Withington salon Hair Lounge

Photo: Darren Bell

Preview: Avenue Q

Stephanie Scott previews Avenue Q, which arrives on the Palace Theatre’s stage 27th May

Photo: Alistair Muir

Review: Annie Get Your Gun

Annabel Cartwright reviews the revived Annie Get Your Gun at The Palace Theatre

The National Football Museum in the Urbis Building, Cathedral Gardens. Photo: Joe Sandler Clarke

Review: National Football Museum

Sports Editor Andrew Georgeson reviews Manchester’s famous National Football Museum

If it's live music you're after, Manchester is chock full of top quality venues like the Soup Kitchen in the Northern Quarter.  Photo: The Mancunion

The best live music venues in Manchester

As one of the world’s great music cities, Manchester is packed with great venues. Here’s some of our favourites…

The Northern Quarter has some of the best spots in town. Photo: Lisa Murgatroyd

The top night spots in Manchester

Fancy a good night out in Manchester? Olly Mitchell is here to help

Passengers board a Metrolink tram  at St. Peter's Square. Photo: Joe Sandler Clarke

Getting around

Tips for getting around Manchester from The Mancunion

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Parklife 2014 Announce More Acts

Friendly Fires and Mistajam join the line-up.

Photo: Fine Comb Theatre

Review: Small Talk

Dominika Noworolska reviews Fine Comb Theatre’s debut play, Small Talk, at Three Minute Theatre

Sudanese woman Mariam Ibrahim faces death by hanging and 100 lashes for apostasy and adultery. Photo - Amnesty International

Manchester student petitions for pregnant Sudanese woman on death row

The petition has managed to attract over 240,000 signatures in the space of a few weeks

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Competition: Parklife giveaway!

Win two pairs of weekend tickets to Parklife 2014.