The legendary Billy Ocean performs a plethora of hits like ‘Love Really Hurts Without You’ and ‘When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going’ for a Manchester audience.
Four fantastic and contrasting student bands delivered an evening of ‘cosmic vibrations (and other sounds)’ to Manchester’s most important venue, Night and Day Café
The ex-Kasabian frontman’s headline set at Be Reyt Festival is telling of the way the music industry treats abusers
Dot to Dot Festival returns to Bristol and Nottingham for a jam-packed day of local and international talent, with the likes of Yard Act, Alvvays, The Murder Capital, and more!
‘The Wedding Present’ return to Manchester, to perform their brand new project ’24 songs’.
Olly Murs returned to Manchester on 5th May showcasing a range of songs from his newest album Marry Me, as well as his classic noughties hits and a sprinkling of some of his favourite artists.
The Mancunion visits Hew Locke’s stunning new exhibition, ‘The Ambassadors’, at The Lowry
The Government alert system test, whilst a goldmine for conspiracy theorists, has ultimately proven to be no more than an anticlimax
Dominic Raab’s exit as Deputy PM proves that Parliament has a bullying problem. But can this case serve to ensure MPs face more accountability in future?
In comparing the prejudice faced by Jews and others to redheads, Diane Abbott has destroyed her anti-racist credentials and brought a miserable end to a remarkable legacy
Akram Khan’s reimagining of The Jungle Book offers a charming yet bleak moral perspective on the ecological crisis we could be facing in years to come
Eurovision 2023 saw Sweden make history on multiple fronts whilst the UK, the host country, found itself back at the bottom
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!
Bury Market is thriving in the age of online retailing. It boasts an eclectic mix of traditional marketplace staples along with a wave of temporary stalls celebrating the Hong Kong Food Festival.
Against the odds UoM pulled off a stunning derby win against rivals MMU. We give a match break down to see just how they did it.
A. V. Rockwell shows the importance of supporting Black women in Sundance Prize winning feature debut: A Thousand and One
The Mancunion visits the thought-provoking exhibition at The Whitworth, exploring gender in war, race and belonging.
Oracle Sisters kick off their UK tour at YES Basement, with support from Ryder the Eagle.
New Zealand’s Aldous Harding brings her latest album tour to Manchester’s Albert Hall, with support from H. Hawkline
Róisín Murphy delivered an electric, two hour-long gig to celebrate Albert Hall’s 10th anniversary