Noel Gallagher: “Cosmetically, Manchester changes… but it forever stays the same”
The Mancunion sit down with Noel Gallagher to talk about Manchester, his new album Council Skies, and his headline gig at Wythenshawe Park.
“When I say I’m a virgin, no one believes me”: The Sisterhood of Mustang
Mustang stunningly captures a notion of female unity, it is distinctive in its relevancy to contemporary feminist movements
Malena and the male gaze
As part of The Mancunion’s Reclaim the Night coverage, we take a look at Giuseppe Tornatore’s Malena through the lense of female solidarity
Live Review: Hans Zimmer at AO arena
Just a few days before winning an Oscar for his work on Denis Villeneuve’s Dune, Hans Zimmer played a three-hour sold-out show at the AO Arena
Caroline Polachek stuns a sold-out Albert in her rescheduled show, touring her second solo album Desire, I Want To Turn Into You.
Blues hero Eric Bibb returns to Manchester, performing a career spanning set at The Stoller Hall.
Canadian indie-pop icons Alvvays play a massive headline date at New Century Hall, cementing themselves as titans of the scene.
Disney 100: The Concert, hosted by Janette Manrara, is a touching tribute to an institution that has defined multiple generations
Dirty Hit’s Wallice brings her grungy and dynamic indie-pop to YES Basement, Manchester.
Dot To Dot festival returns to Nottingham city centre, boasting the likes of Lip Filler, Yard Act, and Alvvays.
Elvis in Concert is back, with the King live on screen with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and special guest Jerry Schilling
Shubbak Festival, the UK’s largest celebration of contemporary Arab arts and cultures, expands beyond London with two touring shows visiting The Lowry
Kelis is coming back to Manchester – over three years after the pandemic forced her to cancel her last gig in the city
The Commitments, a jukebox musical based on the novel of the same name, is heading to Opera House Manchester – starring local legend Nigel Pivaro
Moving back home from university for the summer can be hard, which is why we’re giving you six tips for combating the summer blues.
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.
Looking to spice up your usual meals? From Vegan to meaty recipes, we’ve compiled the best Food-Tok accounts for you to feast your eyes on!
Comptoir Libanais’ spring menu revamp has enticingly colourful dishes, refreshing cocktails, and to die for desserts. It’s everything you need this summer and more.
Red Bull have re-emerged as the dominant force in F1. But, what does this mean for their competitors, and F1’s media coverage?
Lancashire Lightning start their T20 Blast campaign strongly, knocking out British cricket rivals Lancashire Lightning start their T20 Blast campaign strongly, knocking out British cricket rivals left right and centre. But will the winning streak continue into the summer?
Animal rights activist Peter Singer sits down with the Mancunion to discuss a need for greater student activism and non-violent protests despite their controversy
The Bridge Theatre’s Guys & Dolls is an immersive, in-the-round, roaring revival of a Broadway classic
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)
The Mancunion attended La Clique’s exclusive launch party to celebrate its Northern premiere – and we were absolutely blown away