The Mancunion

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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Photo: Manchester Palestine Action

BDS campaign drop banner from Student Union roof

BDS activists unfurl banner following recent massacre in response to protests at the opening of new embassy

Photo: Mark Russell

Review: Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train

Elysium Theatre Company delivers a punchy, poignant, and darkly funny portrayal of Steven Adly Guirgis’ thought-provoking dark comedy in this performance at HOME

Photo: Tim Morozzo

Review: Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Charlie Diver reviews a play that offers some worthwhile moments but fails to live up to its potential

photo: BagoGames @ Flickr

Games, guerrilla marketing, and E3

Do the abundance of recent retail leaks signal a new age of clandestine advertising?

Photo: APB PR

Live Review: Blossoms

Blossoms rock a new-found 80s flare, in more ways than one

Photo: UCU

UK University faces legal challenge over strike action

London-based firm Leigh Day will challenge Lancaster over Consumer Rights Act

Photo: Kirstie O'Mahony @The Mancunion

Review: The Pen and Pencil – vegetarian special

To celebrate National Vegetarian Week 2018, Kirstie O’Mahony tried The Pen and Pencil’s new veggie and vegan offerings, and was left reeling

Photo: Jazamin Sinclair

Festival Review: Liverpool Sound City 2018

Here’s what went down at the Baltic Triangle this year

Photo: Mark Sepple

Review: Kindertransport

Katie Marriott reviews the touring production of Diane Samuels’ classic play on its 25th anniversary

Photo:Wiki Commons, Scott Hutchison

Obituary: Scott Hutchinson

On Friday it was confirmed that, Frightened Rabbit singer, Scott Hutchinson was found dead after a presumed suicide.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons

Walmart leaks E3

More retail rumours sees Walmart guilty of the biggest leak yet

Photo: Josh Hardman @ The Mancunion

Live Review: Peace

A magnificent display of raw emotion as Peace prove they’ve ‘got the power’