Our latest Art in Mancunia artist, Jas Sykes, provides us with two brightly coloured paintings which explore the universal themes of ‘intimacy and isolation’
Olivia White and Georgina Davidson headed down to newly opened Fairfield Social Club on the nights of their launching as they showcase some of the industry’s most exciting new acts
Eleanor Roberts gives an insight into the line-up for this year’s 2000trees Festival near Cheltenham, as well as the thought put into it by its creators
Cage The Elephant return with their fifth studio album, an introspection on the downfalls of fame and the breakup of relationships writes contributor Jasmine Bennett
Not just Pot Noodles on the line, you can win cash too
Jay Darcy reviews The King and I on their touring visit to Manchester
In a world of fake news, where the boundary between ‘truth’ and ‘falsehood’ is sometimes indistinguishable, The Creative Writing Society are taking on the concept of ‘truth’ in their zine which will be launched on 3rd May.
Jack Greeney – Señor Serrano’s production finishes up a wonderful ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival at HOME.
Izzy sharp reviews ‘Brewski’, a North American ‘comfort food’ restaurant at the back of St. Peter’s square that certainly lives up to its moniker.
Alexi Pieretti reviews UMMTS’ last musical of the year, Spring Awakening; a show which brings hope for societal change whilst condemning censorship and adults who stifle the minds of the young, as well as the criminalisation of abortion
Olivia White offers an insight into the talent that this year’s LAL Festival showcased by the likes of recently evolved Sundara Karma and the resurgence of the punk scene
Stella Donnelly shows us exactly why the future of guitar music is female after a night of laughter and tears in Yes’ Pink Room writes contributor Jack Melvin
Contributor Henry Delamain takes a look at what Gottwood’s, the cult-festival in the Welsh countryside, 2019 lineup has to offer
Reports say there are currently large sections of Piccadilly Gardens cordoned off, with photos showing a rucksack shaped object leaning against a tree
Georgia Charlton-Briggs does not avoid tackling taboo subjects straight on; in her works she examines how women become entrapped in modern beauty standards which define attractiveness based on the state of being hairless.
Kizzy Bray reviews Home, I’m Darling at the Lowry Theatre
Harmless fascination or terrifyingly creepy of us all? Either way, our obsession with true crime is nothing new.