As we say goodbye to one Editor-in-Chief and welcome another, we chat with the man who started it all 53 years ago
Monthly Archives: July 2017
Spoiler alert: Where else could we begin than with that final battle?
Summer funds running low? Then we’ve found the perfect night out for you! Get yourself down to the Restaurant Bar & Grill, Manchester on Wednesday 26th July for aperitivo hour with an Aperol and Italian tapas
The best of the unique and magical style of Burton’s directing
Branagh’s Cinderella is a retelling that’s enchanting, mesmerising, and spellbindingly beautiful
A variety of classics are coming back on to the big screen
This film is proof that the Rom-Com genre is not out of ideas just yet
Renowned author and Professor of Arab Cultures at Duke University spoke about the importance of art in a revolution
After DC’s recently released Wonder Woman, and ahead of Marvel Studio’s upcoming Spiderman: Homecoming, Jamie McEvoy addresses the gargantuan on-screen elephant in the room which is the shared universe
Did I mention you can bring your own alcohol into the arena?!
Audiences in Manchester gain an insight into the making of The Big Sick
Eloise Wright shares her thoughts on the French stop motion