Zara Larsson live in Manchester: Bringing ‘VENUS’ to Manchester’s Academy
Swedish pop sensation Zara Larsson returns to Manchester to headline the Academy after the release of her newest LP, ‘Venus’
The Last Dinner Party – Prelude to Ecstasy: A stellar debut from the UK’s most exciting new act
The Last Dinner Party cement their place as one of the most innovative up-and-coming bands in the UK, showcasing operatic vocals and evocative lyrics on their debut LP
Laufey live in Manchester: A Valentine’s night ‘bewitched’ by musical charm
Following her recent Grammy victory, Laufey takes the stage for a very special sold-out Valentine’s Day show at Manchester’s Albert Hall
A ‘quarter-life crisis’?: Finding your feet after a break-up
Do you feel like you are experiencing a ‘quarter-life crisis’ in your final year? Have you experienced a break-up? Read on to find out how you can find your feet in these (perhaps not so) difficult times
Killer obsession: Ranking the Dead by Daylight killers by dateability
Spending Valentine’s Day alone? Why not let yourself be wooed by Behaviour Interactive’s most eligible bachelors and bachelorettes, splattered affectingly in the blood of their victims?
Valentine’s day 2024 lookbook
Don’t know what to wear for Valentine’s Day? No matter the occasion, The Mancunion have got you covered with outfit inspo ranging from ‘cool with a twist’ to ‘all dressed up’
Overconsumption of second hand fashion: The rise of Vinted and Depop
Where does sustainability end and overconsumption begin? Is there a guilt free way to enjoy fashion? With apps like Vinted and Depop more popular then ever, these questions are important
All of Us Strangers review: A triumph of grief, love and the queer experience
A nuanced and delicate film not suited for the emotionally fragile, full of outstanding performances that will leave you asking: Where is Andrew Scott’s BAFTA nomination?
American Fiction review: Satirical comedy at its finest
While perhaps not quite as subtle in its approach as British satire, American fiction is a case of American satirical comedy at its finest
The Holdovers, surrogate families and a cinematic trip to Leeds
As The Holdovers gains in the awards conversation, writer Will Ardley recalls a cinematic voyage to Leeds for Alexander Payne’s latest
From Our Correspondent: The Beijing club on the fringes of Chinese football
In our first edition of ‘From Our Correspondent’, we explore the relationship Beijingers have with the city’s biggest football team Beijing Guoan.
Flying Green: The first transatlantic flight using 100% sustainable fuel jets off
The first transatlantic flight run on 100% sustainable fuel ran at the end of last year – it could be the start of more environmentally friendly travel
The University of Manchester announces bicentenary festival plans
The University of Manchester’s bicentenary is to be marked by the “Universally Manchester Festival,” showcasing student creativity and highlighting the past, present, and future of the University
“They decided they didn’t want a Nightline any longer”: Why did Manchester SU close Nightline?
The University’s branch of the nationwide listening service closed in September to the surprise of the student community