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Monthly Archives: April 2018

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Why you should be going to SZIGET Festival 2018

SZIGET festival has all bases covered this year, if there’s only one festival you go to to in 2018, make sure it’s this one.

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“Corbyn’s Hate Factory”

Accusations of anti-Semitism against the Labour Party’s have been misleading and hyperbolic

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Introducing: GIRLI

Savage pop punk star GIRLI tears up Manchester’s Deaf Institute with a show not for the faint hearted

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ScienceX at the Trafford Centre

The free event, organised by the University of Manchester’s Faculty of Science and Engineering, comes to the intu Trafford Centre on the 14th and15th April

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Album Review: The Vaccines – Combat Sports

The Vaccines manage to rise from the rubble with a fourth album that harks back to the good old days, and may be their strongest release to date

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Israel’s radical re-style

Israel’s shift to the right and far-right come with alarming consequences for the Palestinian-Israeli peace process

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Interview: The Slow Readers Club

Vocalist Aaron chats festivals, influences and Manchester

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New app Drinki offers a free drink every night!

Who wants a free drink? No catches, I promise!

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Divinity: Original Sin 2 coming to consoles

The popular RPG is making its way from PC this year

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Live review: 30 Seconds to Mars

A typical cold and rainy night in MCR and there were high hopes to un-dampen spirits, which they managed but only for about 30% of the show

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Review: A Fantastic Woman

Sebastian Lelio’s Oscar-winning drama is captivating and poignant, writes Gina Agnew

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Replayability and the illusion of choice: the Telltale paradox

A look at the complications of branching narratives