Jessica Hamilton reviews The Bread We Break at Contact Theatre
Seeing The Great Pyramids, one of the seven wonders of the world, and going to Egypt is exciting but make sure you understand local laws before travel
Cachella Smith considers how replacing Mickey Mouse images with those of war heroes in Egyptian schools may cause children to idolise the wrong kinds of role models.
Thousands of academics from across the world, including some from the University of Manchester, have signed an open letter condemning the torture and death of an Italian Ph.D. student in Cairo, demanding a impartial investigation be allowed
A new exhibition centered around a extensive collection of mummified animals has opened at the Manchester Museum
acknowledge the loss of life of those who have chosen to die on their feet so that others might not have to live on their knees.
Kenneth Branagh is back as Poirot in a sequel that doesn’t quite live up to its promise but is a pleasant time nonetheless.
Harry Deacon looks into the special location of the Squash’s World Championship
Theo Bennett reviews the action-packed, but deeply nostalgic closing event of Manchester Museum’s Egypt Gallery, which shall be off-limits until reopening in 2021
Last week, officials met to finalise a deal creating academic links between UK universities and their Egyptian counterparts currently operating under internationally-condemned authoritarian rule