Billie Marten plays her largest ever show in Manchester at the O2 Ritz as she tours the country after the release of her fourth studio album Drop Cherries
Vacations bring their sunny Australian sound to Band on the Wall following the release of new single ‘Next Exit’
The Mancunion spoke with Luke Davies head of Polari, a queer production company based in Manchester about Queer representation, the art of filmmaking, and untold stories.
The Way Old Friends Do, which follows the establishment of the first drag ABBA tribute band, is a celebration of friendship, queerness and, yes, ABBA
Out of the four adaptations of Peter James’ books that I have seen, Wish You Were Dead, starring George Rainsford and Katie McGlynn, translated the worse onto the stage
The Mancunion takes a trip through rock history at Jill Furmanovsky’s ’50 years of Rock Photography’ exhibition at Manchester Central Library
The Mancunion sat down with one of the Judges of the International Booker Prize, Frederick Studemann, to discuss the importance of translated fiction and the diversity of this prize
Parklife 2023 is back and soon on its way. Here is all the information you require before the weekend!
Arlo Parks returns with her second album, My Soft Machine, packing in stunning emotional detail and featuring Phoebe Bridgers.
Remembering the brilliant Andy Rourke, bassist of Manchester legends The Smiths after his passing on 19th May 2023
Dirty Dancing returns to the Palace Theatre as part of its UK tour, after a smash-hit residency in the West End
Samantha Barks will perform a solo concert at Theatre Royal Drury Lane – where she stars in the cast of Frozen
The Way Old Friends Do, a play about the first ABBA tribute band in drag, visits The Lowry as part of its UK tour
Carrie Hope Fletcher is ‘pulled’ back to The Lowry as part of her first ever UK tour, An Open Book
Pride in Trafford was kicked off with a two pieces of theatre, one exploring the intersection of sexuality and religion, the other sexuality and masculinity
No Pay? No Way!, a contemporary retelling of Dario Fo’s Can’t Pay? Won’t Pay!, is a raw reflection of reality that has you laughing through the pain
Greatest Days, which is based on the music of Take That and stars Kym Marsh, is perhaps the greatest jukebox musical out there
Shazam! Fury of the Gods is a feel-good film which falls short of its forerunner
The SpongeBob Musical, starring Tom Read Wilson, Divina de Campo, and Hannah Lowther, is better than anyone could possibly predict!