Brighton produces yet another phenomenal musical talent, The Magic Gang encompass early guitar rock with a modern twist
The Mancunion will be giving you live updates of motions debated and passed in Senate
After the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico, the Treasurer of the Mexican Society tells The Mancunion that, whilst sad, it’s time to take action
The referee was back in the North West for the unveiling of a new 3G pitch
Daniel Sloss’s dark humour takes centre stage in his new tour, posing the question – am I a sociopath?
The mental health support course is initiated as Andy Burnham tells The Mancunion “support often isn’t there for people in crisis moments”
Dealing with the seemingly banal problems of theatre will keep it alive – so why are theatre critics being so dismissive of them? Theatre Editor Sophie Graci explores
Ubisoft has changed its logo, but will it change its stripes?
Does the beautiful game belong on a field or in the theatre? Jade Fox reviews We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera
The season has started and Manchester is ready, so what’s in Store for WHP17?
Students and Exec team criticise the FSE for failing ‘to do their job’ in relation to the review and likely merger
Whilst handing out business cards is no new entrepreneurial trick, attaching small amounts of product to them is taking some students aback
Despite fairly slim pickings, music reporter Callum Pinder has rounded up the cream of the crop of music events to show your face at this week
It was a routine win over the West Indies.
Pizza and Prosecco under one roof? The simple but effective combination