Lightroom invites you to step inside David Hockney’s artwork
David Hockney: Bigger & Closer (not smaller & further away) is a tantalising immersive experience which brings the esteemed artist’s works to life
Live review: Arctic Monkeys @ Emirates Old Trafford 03/06/23
Arctic Monkeys cement their legendary status with back-to-back bangers on their stadium tour
Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms – genius or pretentious?
Ahead of Yayoi Kusama’s upcoming exhibition at Manchester International Festival, we were invited to view her iconic Infinity Mirror Rooms at TATE Modern – but was it worth the visit?
Live Review: Caroline Polachek at Albert Hall
Caroline Polachek stuns a sold-out Albert in her rescheduled show, touring her second solo album Desire, I Want To Turn Into You.
Eric Bibb at The Stoller Hall: funky, groovy, hopeful.
Blues hero Eric Bibb returns to Manchester, performing a career spanning set at The Stoller Hall.
Live Review: Alvvays @ New Century Hall, Manchester, 30/05/23
Canadian indie-pop icons Alvvays play a massive headline date at New Century Hall, cementing themselves as titans of the scene.
Review: Disney 100 – The Concert
Disney 100: The Concert, hosted by Janette Manrara, is a touching tribute to an institution that has defined multiple generations
Live Review: Wallice Live @ YES, Manchester, 01/06/23
Dirty Hit’s Wallice brings her grungy and dynamic indie-pop to YES Basement, Manchester.
Festival Review: Dot to Dot 2023, Nottingham, 27/05/23
Dot To Dot festival returns to Nottingham city centre, boasting the likes of Lip Filler, Yard Act, and Alvvays.
Elvis posthumously achieves his dreams at AO Arena
Elvis in Concert is back, with the King live on screen with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and special guest Jerry Schilling
Shubbak Festival comes to The Lowry for two Arabian Nights
Shubbak Festival, the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary Arab arts and cultures, expands beyond London with two touring shows visiting The Lowry
Kelis brings all the boys to Albert Hall
Kelis is coming back to Manchester – over three years after the pandemic forced her to cancel her last gig in the city
Opera House Manchester brings it on home
The Commitments, a jukebox musical based on the novel of the same name, is heading to Opera House Manchester – starring local legend Nigel Pivaro
Richard Kelly’s ‘A Time and Place’ exhibition invites you into music’s past
The Mancunion visits the Arctic Monkeys’ personal photographer, Richard Kelly, latest exhibition ‘A Time and Place’. It’s fair to say its a must visit exhibition for this summer.
Review: Guys & Dolls
The Bridge Theatre’s Guys & Dolls is an immersive, in-the-round, roaring revival of a Broadway classic
Review: Once on This Island
Once on This Island is an interesting and intelligent racial reimagining of The Little Mermaid – with gorgeous costumes and majestic lighting but a disappointing set (or lack thereof)
Review: La Clique
The Mancunion attended La Clique’s exclusive launch party to celebrate its Northern premiere – and we were absolutely blown away
Review: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma!
Daniel Fish’s radical reimagining of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma! is ambitious, intelligent, and (intentionally) unenjoyable