Jesus Christ Superstar: In conversation with Ian McIntosh
The Mancunion sits down with Olivier nominee Ian McIntosh, ahead of the regional premiere of Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s reimagining of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Jesus Christ Superstar
Blur – The Ballad Of Darren: the band Damon Albarn couldn’t leave behind
Britpop titans Blur reunite for a fascinating ninth record on the back of their history-making shows at Wembley Stadium.
Yasmin Coe: “Individual experiences that we’ve all navigated before”
The Mancunion caught up with the Hull-born, Manchester-based singer-songwriter following her sold-out headline at YES Basement.
All you need to know about Dot to Dot Festival 2023…
Dot to Dot Festival returns to Bristol and Nottingham for a jam-packed day of local and international talent, with the likes of Yard Act, Alvvays, The Murder Capital, and more!
Live review: Razorlight @ Albert Hall, Manchester
A staple band of England’s early-2000s indie-rock scene, Razorlight’s energy and passion remain infectious – as proven by their performance at Manchester’s Albert Hall on the 20th.
Live review: Big Thief at Manchester’s O2 Apollo
Returning to Manchester with a second round of tour dates, the Brooklyn band dazzle fans with stunning renditions of their folk-rock masterpieces
“Just because I look the way I look, please do not tell me I make R&B”: In conversation with Olivia Dean
Ahead of her sold-out headline show at Gorilla, rising star Olivia Dean speaks to The Mancunion about her upcoming debut album, collaborating with Loyle Carner, and finding her creative identity
Omar Apollo’s new track ‘3 Boys’ continues his growth in 2023 following the immense success of his album ‘Ivory’
Is Omar Apollo climbing higher up the ladder towards becoming the new Frank Ocean with the success of new track ‘3 Boys’?
Reverend and the Makers Live Review: The ‘Heavyweight Champion of the World’ of Indie Rock?
The Mancunion reviews ‘Reverend and the Makers’ live at Manchester Academy ahead of their upcoming album Heatwave In the Cold North
The 1975 live: Pop euphoria At Its Very Best
What does a Greggs Sausage Roll have in common with raw meat and indie pop? Matty Healy of course. Check out The Mancunion’s review of the 1975 ‘At Their Very Best’ here.
Lana Del Rey unveils the title track from her upcoming 2023 album
What does the new single from Lana Del Rey tell us about her upcoming album of the same name ‘Did you know that there’s a tunnel under Ocean Blvd?’