Sophia Macpherson describes her experiences during the recent earthquake in Mexico
Yearly Archives: 2017
Dealing with the seemingly banal problems of theatre will keep it alive – so why are theatre critics being so dismissive of them? Theatre Editor Sophie Graci explores
Pizza and Prosecco under one roof? The simple but effective combination
Andy Burnham and Alex Ganotis tell The Mancunion that Manchester’s student population have “a major contribution to play” in lead-up to landmark Green Summit, which aims to move up Labour’s 2050 carbon neutrality goal by up to 20 years
What are they, and why should you care?
Ubisoft has changed its logo, but will it change its stripes?
Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera
Burberry’s show at LFW was bold and beautiful, and even brought back a controversial part of the family…
After funding outrages and bogus figures, Britain’s international students deserve to have their potential acknowledged and encouraged
Activitist protest the use of fur in fashion – despite none appearing in the show protested
As we near Foxglove’s first birthday, Elizabeth Gibson calls on young writers to persue their dreams
This collection of quick reads provides an interesting commentary on the struggles of finding time for leisure reading