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Ruth Barker, Circle Work, 2015. Performance. Photography by Christopher MacInnes. Courtesy of the Agency

Review: Ruth Barker and Hannah Leighton-Boyce

Castlefield Gallery holds a major two person exhibit exploring an encounter between the quotidian, ancient world, and contemporary Britain

Photo: Imogen Doyle

Live Review: Jessarae

Yes, he can bring it in the recording studio, but can he perform live? Imogen Doyle reviews Jessarae at the Deaf Institute

Photo: UMSU

Review: The Vagina Monologues 2018

Anuli Changa finds empowerment and diversity in the University of Manchester’s production of the 1996 play

Wyndham Lewis - A Battery Shelled. Image: Imperial War Museums

Imperial War Museum North invites student artists to join scratch event

Student artists are being called to perform scratch acts at the Wyndham Lewis exhibition in November

Photo: Martin Harris Centre

Review: Gypsy Queen

Though moving and at times hysterical, Rob Ward’s Gypsy Queen didn’t quite meet its potential

Paintbrushes: John Morgan @Flickr

Turner Prize 2014 Artists: Ciara Phillips

In the run up to the Turner Prize winner being announced on December 1st, Mancunion Arts & Culture brings you introductions to the four 2014 nominees

Photo: Contact Theatre

Chanje Kunda – the Renaissance Woman

Nicole Tamer interviews the talented poet, dancer and performer, Chanje Kunda.

"Resilience" has been shown to contribute towards good grades in women, but the trend in men has been quite different. Photo: jjpacres @Flickr

Female students more ‘psychologically resilient’

In comparison to men, women with ‘resilience’ are much more likely to get a first or 2:1 in their first year than those without