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Archive for October, 2018

Live Review: Puma Blue

Puma Blue returns to Manchester to deliver a spell-binding performance in anticipation of his upcoming EP release, ‘Blood Loss’ writes Calvin Vantsis.

Photo: celebrityabc @flickr

Review: Night School

Night School is a dissapointing watch with Kevin Hart’s distinct brand of humour.

Photo: Juliette Flach

Journeys Live: World Music

Juliette Flach reviews the ‘Journeys Live’ World Music event which took place in Manchester’s Cathedral Gardens, reflecting on the positive messages of displayed in the face of hatred and division.

Photo: Wikimedia Commons @Daniel Benavides.

Review: Two For Joy

Izzy Sharp finds aspects of Tom Beard’s Two For Joy compelling and heartfelt, yet ultimately unable to strike home with its depiction of the tensions within a modern British family

Photo: Alex Stagg

Rising talent Maisie Peters spares a moment to talk to Alex Stagg before her supporting slot at the O2 Ritz, on Tom Walker’s UK tour

Photo: Luca Mariani @ The Mancunion

Live Review: Bakar

Latest pop sensation Bakar sends Jimmy’s Bar in to an electrified frenzy, writes contributor Luca Mariani

Photo: Juliette Flach

Look up at art: Kate Daudy

Juliette Flach examines how artist, Kate Daudy, spreads human experiences across the seas through the power of art in her latest project, ‘Look up’.

Photo: Gurnaik Johal

Review: Faber New Poets

Gurnaik Johal reviews the Faber New Poets reading at The International Anthony Burgess Foundation as part of the 2018 Manchester Literature Festival

Philip Hammond. Photo: Chatham House @Flickr.

The Chancellor’s ‘end to austerity’ fell short of the mark in some people’s eyes, but other students remain unconvinced that the UK deficit has been tackled