Sadé Omeje reviews Tessa Hadley’s latest novel ‘Late In The Day’ .
“The swearing excuse is pathetic” says Lizzy Haughton as her climate change group see their chalk graffiti washed off
Bombastic, sarcastic, critical and self-aware, José Luis Cuerda’s latest film is a criticism of Spain, and our world, through absurdism and wit
Good Evening, and welcome to The Mancunion’s live blog of the University of Manchester Students’ Union Senate meeting for March 2019
The amendment could be considered unconstitutional
Mercy’s Cartel – the up and coming Bristol-based band blessed Night and Day Cafe with a pure show of talent writes Winona Newman
Manchester’s Northern Quarter became the set for Morbius, a new Marvel blockbuster
Psychedelic Indie Gods Tame Impala have finally returned with a breezy hit single Patience but will they be here to stay?
Contributor Jasmine Bennett reviews the nostalgia-laden, ethereal performance of folk-singer Sharon van Etten
Ella Marsden reviews UMMTS’ production of Seussical the Musical
Nimo Omer writes about the recent media coverage of the BDS movement’s week of action on Israel-Palestine conflict
Grimmfest’s double-bill of Japanese horror films Ringu and Battle Royale at The Plaza in Stockport
The week will attempt to spread awareness of the University’s investment in companies that arm Israel
Reslife, which is responsible for providing support and guidance to students in halls, could soon see part-time staff shed and 9 new full-time roles put in place as part of an internal restructure
Over a decade after its release, Eleanor Roberts reassesses Panic! At The Disco’s often-criticised sophomore album Pretty. Odd.
Georgina discusses style and creating a unique sound with Kashmere frontman, Joey Newey in the wake of their latest single release ‘Gravity’
LANY take Manchester’s Albert Hall by storm, proving hard breakups make for beautiful synth-pop records, as contributor Pascale Chalmers-Arnold found out