The club based in Withington is under threat of losing it’s licence permanently after two serious stabbings took place
Theatre Impossible is celebrating NYE and the beginning of the 2020s with a throwback to the 1920s
As the legendary Warehouse Project reaches the end of its Store Street occupancy, Alex Coupe reflects on the past, present and future of Manchester’s most exciting musical extravaganza
The nightclub is replacing its plastic straws with vegetable straws
Despite multiple closings and re-openings in the past, it seems Sankeys Manchester is to close for the final time after the building was bought by property developers
Amber Bain brings The Japanese House’s lush dream pop to Club Academy
Floating Points hits the sweet spot with a rich wax arsenal at his disposal
The Mayfield Depot has its last hurrah
Party Like Gatsby is an immersive party coming to Manchester’s O2 Ritz for one night only
The latest addition to Manchester’s legendary collection of music venues can be seen in the soon-to-open The Brickworks, located beneath the Barton Arcade between Deansgate and St Ann’s Square. Lily Martin explores what it has to offer.
YES has the potential to be the music venue that does it all, but can it live up to the hype?
Music Editor Hannah Brierley discusses the radical changes that have been made to The Venue
Anti-abortion students at the University of Strathclyde feel their free speech has been violated by the Students’ Association’s decision not to fund their ‘anti-choice group’
Despite not having a rich history akin to that of Manchester’s other venues, Soup Kitchen has made a name as one of the most eclectic places in Manchester