The lab where science and art are fused: bonkers, but brilliant.
Just how long does a trend take to burn out? A fly-by look at the rise and rise of pop-ups, a trend which seems in no danger of fading away. Plus a Q&A with pop-up enthusiasts NOISE charity.
From the 2nd – 5th February 2012 for only £135
Eleven hours of performance, on the eleventh day of the eleventh month.
Hayley Flynn’s Skyliner blog captures the Manchester that we miss in the street-level crush
Sara Jaspans asks when film and art intersect – what happens to the facts? – in this artist-made documentary.
Enkhbold Togmidshiirev, Mongolian performance artist, spoke to us about his conception of place. But where is his place in the art world?
Dani Middleton is taken by the Jon Richardson factor
Do not panic, you are in the Arts section not Music you haven’t lost the plot. We in the Arts section thought Le Chic deserved…
On 31st October and 1st November 2011, Manchester’s very own Comedy Store hosted the very first Short Film Comedy Festival, Cofilmic. The Mancunion was kindly…
The current retrospective of the forgotten Impressionist rights past wrongs
Manchester’s comedy store has been open since 2000 and, like its sister stage in London, is one of the most established venues in comedy. Best…