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Monthly Archives: April 2018

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How UniDosh will help you make some easy money

Joseph Black, co-founder of UniDosh, details how this easy-to-use app will ease those money blues

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Take Action! plans protest for strike compensation

It will be taking place under the Whitworth Arch tomorrow at 2:30pm

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Preview: 2000 Trees Festival 2018

2000 Trees always brings a stacked line up from some of the best Rock, Metal and Punk, and this year is no different

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Review: Ghost Stories

Jeremy Dyson and Andy Nyman’s adaptation of their acclaimed stage play is a superbly haunting and unnerving collection of menacing tales

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Interview: Mabel

Backstage at Band On The Wall, Mabel chats 90s influences, empowering women and getting pied by Harry Styles…

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Review: Mixtape

Sophie Graci enjoys a night out with the Royal Exchange Young Company

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Live Review: Little Comets

Little Comets are one of the hardest grafting and underrated bands of the current music industry

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Interview: Shame

“Shame, Shame, Shame, that’s the name” snarled the pompous, yet undeniably meritorious Charlie Steen

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Review: Of Mice and Men

Jessica Wiehler enjoyed Selladoor’s production of the classic play, but found the experience challenged by differences from the much-studied novel

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Exclusive student night at The Crystal Maze LIVE Experience

The most fun you’ll have since freshers (minus the hangover)

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New BioShock game is reportedly in the works

The project code-named “Parkside” is rumoured to be a new BioShock

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Live Review: The Orielles

Missed out on Arctic Monkeys tickets? Don’t worry, there’s a new Yorkshire band who’ll have your hips moving in no time