Ella Robinson

Ella Robinson

Editor-in-Chief | SPANC Best Reporter (Highly Commended) 2022 and SPARC Best Journalist in the North 2022

Mamma Mia! Review

Mamma Mia! Review

Mamma Mia has been the soundtrack of my life for years, but the Opera House musical exceeded all expectations
Review: Edith

Review: Edith

100 years on from the execution of Edith Thompson, Crowded Room explores if a modern day jury would come to the same conclusion
“If there’s no legacy to this … what are we doing?”: A love letter to Women’s Football

“If there’s no legacy to this … what are we doing?”: A love letter to Women’s Football

I’ve always loved football but it hasn’t always been easy … will the 2022 Euros change that for girls nationwide?
Live Review: Olivia Rodrigo

Live Review: Olivia Rodrigo

Ella Robinson captures the enigmatic stage presence of pop-punk superstar Olivia Rodrigo.
Parklife 2022 Review: A celebration of Manchester plagued by poor sound

Parklife 2022 Review: A celebration of Manchester plagued by poor sound

The Mancunion reviews Manchester’s Parklife festival – a varied line-up in Heaton Park on the weekend
TV Nostalgia: Our childhood favourites

TV Nostalgia: Our childhood favourites

From Tracy Beaker to the Clone Wars, we explore some of our favourite childhood shows and ask just why did we love them so much?
Student loan interest rates soar to 12%: Will current students be affected?

Student loan interest rates soar to 12%: Will current students be affected?

Should students be worried about the 12% inflation rate beginning in September?
Bin strikes could leave 220,000 Manchester homes overflowing with rubbish

Bin strikes could leave 220,000 Manchester homes overflowing with rubbish

“Insulting” pay offer could stop bin collections in April
In conversation: Johannes Radebe

In conversation: Johannes Radebe

Johannes Radebe speaks to the Mancunion about the importance of visibility, the challenges of the first same-sex partnership, and his upcoming tour, Freedom
“45 years and what’s changed?”: Manchester students unite for Reclaim the Night’s 45th anniversary march

“45 years and what’s changed?”: Manchester students unite for Reclaim the Night’s 45th anniversary march

“45 years and what’s changed? Are women safe to walk in the dark? No!”
Mancunion Exclusive: Report into UoM’s historical links to slavery released

Mancunion Exclusive: Report into UoM’s historical links to slavery released

The University of Manchester reveals historical links to enslavement in their latest report
Review: Footloose

Review: Footloose

Kick off your Sunday shoes and head to Manchester Opera House for a night to remember
Lights, Camera, Election: Casting our vote on the best political films and TV

Lights, Camera, Election: Casting our vote on the best political films and TV

Our writers consider their favourite political films, in light of the student elections
Review: Kevin Clifton – Burn The Floor

Review: Kevin Clifton – Burn The Floor

Strictly fans unite! The all-singing, all-dancing company is back, and we’re feeling the heat
It’s not a regular cinema, it’s a cool cinema: Valentine’s at Victoria Baths

It’s not a regular cinema, it’s a cool cinema: Valentine’s at Victoria Baths

Karen’s boobs say there’s a 95% chance you’ll be cold
Kevin Clifton is burning up the Bridgewater Hall this Valentine’s Day

Kevin Clifton is burning up the Bridgewater Hall this Valentine’s Day

Burn The Floor is coming to The Bridgewater Hall, lead by Strictly’s Kevin Clifton once again
“I’m 21, I shouldn’t be feeling like this.”: UoM students speak out about their experiences with Long Covid

“I’m 21, I shouldn’t be feeling like this.”: UoM students speak out about their experiences with Long Covid

UoM students tell us about how their lives and university experiences have been impacted by Long Covid
Review: The Book of Mormon

Review: The Book of Mormon

Managing Editors Ella Robinson reviews The Book of Mormon at the Palace Theatre
KINOFILM 2021: Women in Film Selection – Short Films Fall Short

KINOFILM 2021: Women in Film Selection – Short Films Fall Short

Ella Robinson reviews the ‘Women in Film’ collection shown as part of Kinofilm festival at Chapeltown picture house
Hello! The Mormons return to Palace Theatre Manchester

Hello! The Mormons return to Palace Theatre Manchester

The Mormon’s are returning to Manchester! Everything you need to know ahead of their arrival at the Palace Theatre

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