Jack Greeney reviews the recent exhibition of student photography, ‘This is the Female Gaze’ at Manchester Goodstock
Life drawing at Studio Bee provides a warm welcome and a positive atmosphere to all, whether you’re an experienced artist, or someone seeking a new, creative pastime.
A cohesive and well-paced ‘Nazi zombies’ movie, Overlord is a solid genre-mash up with impressive action sequences, and gruesome body-horror, writes Alfie Clark
Contributor Lucy Clutton-Brock gives us a rundown of The Coral’s energetic sold-out Albert Hall gig
Encouraged to re-evaluate the proximity we all have with the struggles of refugees, Be//Longing breaks down the sense of detachment we feel from the refugee crisis through powerful performance
Tara Bharadia reflects on an evening of comedy at Gorilla, reviewing Jamali Maddix: Vape Lord
Electro-pop wonders Kero Kero Bonito drop another multifaceted album, and still manage to surprise us, writes contributor Jack Burnett
Alana Cook enjoys the Royal Shakespeare Company’s song-filled touring production of ‘Matilda’
Attempting to trace the career of Spike Lee and his cultural impact would prove somewhat tricky to say the least. His latest film – The BlacKkKlansman – proves no easier. Lee is most accomplished for his confrontational dramas based on various societal issues. From Jungle Fever discussing interracial relationships, to 25th Hour’s evaluation of post-9/11 […]
Earl Sweatshirt takes a turn for the lo-fi on his abstract new release, complete with all the introspection and intimacy you could expect, writes Luke McGavin
Madeleine Peden reviews Wildlife, set in a small town in 1960s Montana, Paul Dano’s film adaptation of Richard Ford’s novel depicts the breakdown of the Brinson family
Goosebumps 2 has been released following the success of the first, but doesn’t seem worth the wait.
Alex Cresswell and Bella Jewell reflect back on the debate ‘All Schools Should Be Art Schools’, a panel discussion hosted by Manchester School of Art as part of the Design Manchester festival
Eva Gerretsen considers the importance of the Asia Triennial Festival 2018 in a Society increasingly dominated with questions of identity: she reviews the opening night at HOME
Evie Appleson reviews the ‘Leading Ladies’ Cabaret as part of Hope Mill Theatre’s 3rd birthday celebrations.
Theo Bennett reviews the action-packed, but deeply nostalgic closing event of Manchester Museum’s Egypt Gallery, which shall be off-limits until reopening in 2021
One of the simplest ways to realise what you think about a film is to ask how it made you feel. In the case of this sluggish, ugly, and disassembled product known as the Slender Man movie, I just feel unequivocally angry. At one point during the film, I found myself demanding that it make […]