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Daily Archives: 1st March 2018

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After Twilight: A Youth take over of the Whitworth

Putting young South Asian talent on the agenda, the Whitworth Young Contemporaries launched an evening full to the brim with conceptual art and emerging musicians to bring diversity back into galleries

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Review: Klimowski Poster Book

“He leads the field by a very long furlong, out on his own, making his own weather. He is Klimowski, unafraid” – Harold Pinter

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Review: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds: An Art Book

The second collaboration between the award-winning graphic artist and the music icon

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Manchester’s women in STEM: past and present

For International Women’s Day, we profile inspirational Manchester female scientists, from past and present

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£4.7m collaborative Zika vaccine project launches

The University of Manchester launches a collaborative project to find viable vaccines against Zika virus to protect pregnant mothers and their unborn children


Animated Shorts Oscar Nominees

Eloise Wright and James Gill assess the nominations for the Best Animated Short Oscar


Tony Hawk puts final nail in Pro Skater’s coffin

Iconic Skater delivers final blow


Stardew Valley developer confirms another game is in the works

Eric Barone drops hint at upcoming project

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Review: Fatboy Slim

Fatboy Slim returns for a special performance at the Albert Hall, which blows Music Editor, Hannah Brierley, out of this world

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Live review: Wiley

The Godfather of Grime took to Manchester Academy on the night of the Brits to deliver a fast-paced performance that saw him reinstate his position as king

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Live review: King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard

And God Said ‘Let there be 7 Australian musical virtuosos’, and there was King Gizzard

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Live Review: Rex Orange County

The 19-year-old rising star put on a smooth, charming show at Gorilla