For an exhibition born out of long waits in departure lounges, Under That Cloud is refreshingly packed with diverse ideas and a spectrum of emotional reactions. The jewellery featured in the collection is the work of 18 international artists who were stranded together in Mexico City, under the dark cloud of volcanic ash that closed […]
The exhibition does as it says on the tin, transforming the ephemeral and the previously discarded objects found in everyday life into profound feature sculptures illuminating through the objects themselves and what each artist has created. The exhibit presents the work of nine artists, based in the North of England, and is comprised of sculptures, […]
Two of University of Manchester‘s ex-students and ex-Fuse FM presenters, Dom Moss and Christopher Redman, have popped their love of punk and hardcore, and their vegan lifestyles into one nice bundle to share with the population of our fine city of Manchester in the form of their vegan record shop, V-Revolution on Oldham Street. Having […]
His style is unique and requires a huge amount of coordination in order to mix and sing at the same time.
The 1st of January 2012 must seem like a long time ago now. You’ve since left the womb-like comfort of home, returned to your damp student digs and endured a stressful exam period. Regrettably, but understandably, you’ve given up on your New Years Resolution, haven’t you? Well there’s no better time to get back on track, […]
University of Manchester 1st XI – 4
Newcastle University 1st XI – 0
This is more than just glorified lift music. Air are dancing down an avenue of great promise.
Last week saw the stock market debut of Facebook, whose initial public offering (IPO) has been surrounded by much hype. Investors purchasing Facebook’s shares will be seeking big returns for what are expected to be fairly long term investments, as is evident with Facebook’s earliest investors such as Accel Partners (who, having invested $12.7m in […]
A balance between the raw passion of punk and the delicate beauty of traditional folk make this an album of undiminished importance.
Oliver! is a breath-taking feat in choreography and set design making the already spectacular score by Lionel Bart all the more powerful. The chillingly creepy element that is vivid in Charles Dickens’ depiction of Victorian life but can struggle to come across in productions of the classic tale, is portrayed successfully through the simple use […]
British artist Samantha Donnelly presents her exhibition of representations of the human form in media. The strong shapes and colours manipulated out of everyday objects: buttons, lace, acrylic nails and false eyelashes add another dimension to the sculptures portraying the objectification of women in the mass produced sexualised and generic forms of mannequins. So the […]
Even if it was justified by religion, and you are a practising religious person, so what? Slavery is justified by the Bible
Parklife returns to Platt Fields once more this summer with an exciting array of renowned acts and DJs.
The end is nigh for studenteye
Reactions to tonight’s performance illustrate just how much TDWP will be more than welcomed back to English shores.
Store Street strained under the weight of so many great acts that at times it looked liked it could get no better.
Based on tonight’s performance, it’s impossible to recommend The Maccabees’ March tour highly enough.