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13th February 2024

Falling in love with the screen: 7 things to watch this Valentine’s

Spend this cold and unforgiving Valentine’s season snuggled up to a film or show, expertly judged and recommended by our globally cultural and renowned experts

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9th February 2024

The allure of Jeremy Allen White

Jeremy Allen White is paving the way for a new kind of star but what makes him stand out from the crowd?
4th February 2024

A sudden shift in TV obsession: The Traitors surge, Love Island fades

What’s behind drop in Love Island viewership and soaring ascent of The Traitors?

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Everything Now review: A coming-of-age TV show set on not conforming
27th October 2023

Everything Now review: A coming-of-age TV show set on not conforming

Everything Now has a little bit of everything: sensitively exploring body image, teen romance, friendship, and the feeling of falling behind
How HBO’s The Idol crashed and burned
13th October 2023

How HBO’s The Idol crashed and burned

Sam Levinson’s car crash of a TV show could attract audiences but convolution failed to keep them watching
Everybody’s Talking About John Partridge: drag, musicals, and Butter Tarts
28th July 2023

Everybody’s Talking About John Partridge: drag, musicals, and Butter Tarts

We sat down with John Patridge, ahead of the brand-new UK tour of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie
Joanne Clifton on Shrek, Strictly and Lego
4th July 2023

Joanne Clifton on Shrek, Strictly and Lego

The Mancunion chats to Joanne Clifton ahead of the UK tour of Shrek the Musical. We discuss how it felt to land the role, coming from a family of performers and the realities of working in the theatre industry.
Co-stars or boarding school bunk mates? Britain’s privately educated ‘nepo babies’
16th June 2023

Co-stars or boarding school bunk mates? Britain’s privately educated ‘nepo babies’

The Mancunion analyses the dominance of privately educated actors in the British acting industry. 
Wagatha Christie: In conversation with Nathan McMullen
24th May 2023

Wagatha Christie: In conversation with Nathan McMullen

The Mancunion sits down with Nathan McMullen, ahead of the UK tour of Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial
Eurovision 2023: Sweden makes history whilst the UK repeats it
14th May 2023

Eurovision 2023: Sweden makes history whilst the UK repeats it

Eurovision 2023 saw Sweden make history on multiple fronts whilst the UK, the host country, found itself back at the bottom
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final
13th May 2023

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from the grand final

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of the grand final – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2
11th May 2023

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 2

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 2 – here’s what to expect!
Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1
9th May 2023

Eurovision 2023: What to expect from semi-final 1

Eurovision is back in the UK after 25 years, and we got to attend an exclusive press preview of semi-final 1 – here’s what to expect!
Daisy Jones and The Six: Drugs and desire
5th May 2023

Daisy Jones and The Six: Drugs and desire

‘Daisy Jones and the Six’ both romanticises and tears down the 70s lust for the ‘Rock & Roll’ scene. Straying from the original plot of the book, is the show’s portrayal of destruction empowering or disheartening?
Katie McGlynn on Corrie, conspiracies, and cold-blooded killers
3rd May 2023

Katie McGlynn on Corrie, conspiracies, and cold-blooded killers

The Mancunion sits down with Katie McGlynn ahead of her joining the UK tour of Peter James’ Wish You Were Dead
School Spirits review: Paramount’s paranormal murder mystery is to die for
1st May 2023

School Spirits review: Paramount’s paranormal murder mystery is to die for

School Spirits is a teen show that has its finger on the pulse of the zeitgeist
Look no further, Beef is your new favourite show
29th April 2023

Look no further, Beef is your new favourite show

Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers
Outer Banks Season 3: Treasure or tragic?
19th April 2023

Outer Banks Season 3: Treasure or tragic?

Outer Banks is back for its third season of treasure-digging, jungle-frenzied, teenage romance debut. Despite its highly anticipated return, can the show continue its legacy of success?