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Daily Archives: 2nd March 2017

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Lunya Review

Excellent tapas can be hard to find outside of Spain (and occasionally in it too). Lunya delivers. This Liverpool based restaurant and deli has a sister in Manchester’s Barton Arcade

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One Mic Stand

Roma Havers’ previews the University of Manchester’s closest Slam poetry night at the Contact Theatre, at 7pm on the 3rd March 2017

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Album: The Orwells — Terrible Human Beings

Their consistency is remarkable, but on album number three The Orwells’ determinedness to stick to their guns sees them shoot themselves in the foot, writes Callum Oliver

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Tracks of the Week: 6th March

You’re not the only one longing for summer in the midst of this winter-spring slump, let Tara Bharadia’s picks from the past week help

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Jose Mourinho XI

Who makes the Special One’s All-time XI?

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Claudio Ranieri Sacked: Right or Wrong, a Sad Day

Jack Greeney explores the unexpected sacking that divided opinion across the country, and the shock result that followed

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Album: Xiu Xiu — Forget

The experimental outfit’s latest album benefits from its accessible approach to complex electronica, writes Jacob Hopkins

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Zlatan’s United defeat the Saints

The EFL Cup final between Manchester United and Southampton, saw the red devils emerge victorious winning 3-2

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Interview: Frank Iero

Frank Iero talks to Katie Shepherd about his latest album, the power of unconditional love and digging deeper than he ever has

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Top 5: Songs from Disney Movies

Whilst ‘Let It Go’ saw Disney’s Frozen soar into the charts, Katie Shepherd lists five other Disney classics that deserve just as much recognition

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Review: Killing Curtis Drake

Part of the MIFTAS season by the University of Manchester Drama Society, this play doesn’t quiet live up to expectations

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Great British matriarchs

Colm Lock looks at how many of Britannia’s greatest rulers were, and continue to be, women