Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Sophie Ellis-Bextor at Bridgewater Hall
Serena reviews Delights’ gig at the Deaf Institute, an evening filled with groovy tunes and groovy moves.
Melanie Martinez is following her K-12 Tour – which played Manchester in 2019 – with a worldwide livestream, titled ‘Can’t Wait Till I’m Out of K-12’
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Elvis in Concert, which features the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Elvis’ TCB Band, Priscilla Presley, and Jerry Schilling
Dylan James and Sam Dynes enjoy themselves as noise-rock implodes around them
Irish singer-songwriter Dermot Kennedy brings driving beats, catchy hooks and poetic lyrics to a sold out show at Manchester’s Albert Hall
Aaron Georgious reviews the legendary hip hop group Slum Village as they take to the stage of a sold-out Gorilla for a night of old school bangers.
After a busy few months touring extensively with their Mercury Prize winning sophomore album, Wolf Alice set off for one final celebration at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse
Self proclaimed ‘melodic hardcore punk’ band- Basement, performed an emotional sell-out show at Club Academy writes contributor Alex Wain.
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Mel C, aka Sporty Spice, at O2 Ritz Manchester
Little Mix The Search winners Since September are embarking on a solo tour, which includes a date at Manchester’s Deaf Institute – ahead of their arena tour with Little Mix
Ella Broadbent reviews Liam Gallagher’s new virtual event ‘Down By The River Thames’
The pop singer’s warm show included all the songs that made her famous, Jay Darcy writes
Much acclaimed British glam-rock band The Struts headliner Manchester Academy on October 11, promising a gripping and fuelled live performance on the back of the US leg of their Young and Dangerous world tour
Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES captivated the crowd with catchy hooks and impressive light design at Manchester’s Victoria Warehouse.
A fresh and revived Pete Doherty takes to the stage with new music, dogs and a marriage proposal writes contributor Freya Thomson.
Eight-piece ensemble St. Paul and The Broken Bones brings soulful tunes, big band musicianship and a timeless feel to Manchester’s Albert Hall