Alexi Pieretti reviews UMMTS’ last musical of the year, Spring Awakening; a show which brings hope for societal change whilst condemning censorship and adults who stifle the minds of the young, as well as the criminalisation of abortion
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Playing only a handful of gigs in the last six months, Lily Martin catches up with rising stars The Post Romantics to get the latest on their plans for the future.
Louise Avey reviews a revival of Hair the Musical at the Palace Theatre
A tonally confused musical lifted by some fantastic performances and moments of pathos and humour
It had a roller-coaster of emotions, famous stars and yet the play was still lacking something
Emotional, funny, and featuring a killer soundtrack, A Star is Born will surely go down as one of 2018’s greatest films.
Amy Hagan reviews West Side Story reimagined at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Mercy’s Cartel – the up and coming Bristol-based band blessed Night and Day Cafe with a pure show of talent writes Winona Newman
With four years’ experience and four critically-acclaimed EPs to her name, it seems about time Amber Bain released her debut album as The Japanese House
Olivia White catches up with rising stars The Howl & The Hum as they talk David Lynch, Great Whites and the prospects of their debut-album
Bella Fleming takes a look back in time at Kate Bush’s album The Whole Story, arguably one of music’s most influential and important releases to date
Sam Bronheim reviews Opera North’s ‘The Merry Widow’ at the Lowry
Jay Darcy reviews ‘Kinky Boots’ as it visits the Manchester Opera House on its national tour.
Amidst his hectic tour schedule, Tom Walker sits down for a chat with contributor Alex Stagg before putting on an electric performance at the O2 Ritz.
The once great music mag finally gives up pressing
Goth-pop heroes Pale Waves bring their 80s inspired heartbreak to Gorilla
Guillermo Del Toro strikes gold with a beautiful meditation on love, humanity and fantasy which has made quite the splash
Michael McQuaid reviews Emma Rice and Kneehigh Theatre’s adaptation of the 1938 film