Thomas Turner takes a look at the race to win the French presidency with less than six months until polling day
The Wombats have managed to stand the test of time and tonight’s gig proves exactly why they are so popular.
Remember Hulme estate’s torrid to tepid past? Well if you don’t (or you do), read on. Because we couldn’t resist asking the resident lens-witness of those ebbs and flows a few questions on what he remembers from those years – Manchester’s loyal-est photographer Al Baker. October 2011 PC: Where and when did you live in […]
Break away from the comforts of Oxford Road and see what else is out there.
Prior to their Apollo show, we were lucky enough to catch up with Jamie and Suren to hear about their tour, new album, and potential solo plans.
On 31st October and 1st November Manchester will be playing host to the premier of Cofilmic, the Short Comedy Film Festival. From the mind of Manchester business woman, Janet Harrison, Cofilmic gives aspiring producers, actors, writers, comedians and directors the chance to have their work ogled by the masses and judged by a panel of comedy’s finest. The […]
This year’s Kerrang! Award winners for Best British Band release average 3rd studio album.
Is this worst possible collaboration album in the history of mankind?
Fahim Sachedina explains how the late Colonel Gaddafi wasted Libya’s oil riches – but looks forward to a brighter future for a neglected people
Second album from indie rock band Girls continues to channel the 60’s sunshine pop of Roy Orbison and the Beach Boys.
Date: Wednesday 19th October 2011
Venue: Armitage Sports Centre
Score: Liverpool 1st 50- 37 Manchester 3rd
In Britain it is accepted wisdom that female circumcision on minors (now widely referred to as female genital mutilation) is in effect child abuse. How else could you describe carrying out an unnecessary, risky, painful surgery to remove parts of a child’s genitalia? But why do our infant males’ genitals not receive the same protection […]
Circumcision is a practice which has been debated for thousands of years, but to forcibly prevent it from happening would be wrong.
Described by the Daily Telegraph as ‘Britain’s funniest women’, Lady Garden are five girls who have been working their bums off climbing the ladder to comedy genius status. Since graduating from our very own University of Manchester back in 2008, they began their journey Edinburgh Fringe and have this year set up their […]