Natsu Fest: The Last Dance – What’s next for Manchester’s community clothing brand?
From an early collaboration with Wagamama to starting a music festival in his backyard. We sat down with student clothing brand owner Dhara Nat Sufraz Patel to talk everything Natsu Clothing.
Greatest Days: In conversation with Rachel Marwood
The Mancunion sits down with Rachel Marwood ahead of the UK tour of Greatest Days, the official Take That musical
Shame on Food for Worms, touring and an encounter with Mark E. Smith
Just after the release of the post-punk band’s third record, The Mancunion’s Alex Cooper and Jacob Broughton-Glerup sit down with Shame to talk all things music: touring, the new record and Christmas singles.
In conversation with A Certain Ratio
A Certain Ratio discuss their upcoming album 1982, their favourite music right now and iconic Manchester venues
Enter Shikari talk new album A Kiss for the Whole World and sold-out intimate residency tour
Enter Shikari chat about Airbnbs, setlists and residencies backstage at Manchester’s New Century Hall
In Conversation with Dodgy’s Nigel Clark: all things Britpop, Billie Eilish, and why Britain just isn’t being ‘Good Enough’ to its musicians
The Mancunion sat down with Nigel Clark, lead singer of Dodgy, to talk about their upcoming mini-tour
In Conversation: Ex-NASA astronaut Bruce Melnick
We sat down with Bruce Melnick, former NASA astronaut, to discuss his time in space, his role at the Kennedy Space Center, and the ongoing Artemis Program.
In conversation with Gia Ford
Coming off the back of her first Manchester performance, The Mancunion sits down to discuss all things music with new Chrysalis signing, Gia Ford
Ongoing resistance: Manchester shows solidarity with Iranian women
Following the brutality in Iran, we spoke to protestors outside Manchester’s Islamic Centre, uncovering their reasons for resistance and experiences in Iran.
A Bookmark biography: The charity that helps children read
As well as providing all the information you need to know about who Bookmark are, what they do and how you can get involved, the Mancunion interviews Bookmark’s Anna Pickles to ask about all the extra info, plus her favourite book
“Intimacy coordination was a self-healing journey for me”: Rufai Ajala on Sex Literacy and Safety Onset
In the latest edition of ‘Behind the Camera’, The Mancunion talks to Rufai Ajala about intimacy coordination and their valuable time in the film industry
Exclusive interview: GIO-GOI x Umbro on Rihanna, rock ‘n’ roll and international recognition
GIO-GOI x Umbro has just released its latest collaborative line. We caught up with GIO-GIO co-founder Anthony Donnelly about everything GIO-GOI and what’s to come next
Seasons change, Hot Strike Summer stays
Hot strike summer continues into the winter, with countless groups fighting for workers rights, refusing to be treated as a commodity
Wheels of Fortune: Interview with Director George Pack
George Pack director of the student film “Wheels of Fortune” speaks about low budget filmmaking and the directors that inspire him
The Ocean at the End of the Lane: In conversation with Eleri B. Jones
Eleri B. Jones, a former UoM student and the Resident Director of The Ocean at The End of the Lane, talks to The Mancunion, ahead of the play’s regional premiere at The Lowry
The Show Must Go On: In conversation with Leo Sayer
In anticipation of bringing his 50th anniversary tour to the Bridgewater Hall, Leo Sayer talks about the highs and lows of his career.
PREVIEW: Will Tyrants Roar or Eagles Soar? – Manchester Tyrants vs MMU Eagles
A look ahead at Sunday’s American Football Manchester Derby!
Rise up: An Iranian feminist’s insight
Trigger Warning: Discusses violence. Iran has been flung into conflict once again thanks to the oppressive regime. Hear what’s actually going on from Iranian feminist Laleh, and what you can do to help.
Interview: UOM men’s football coach, Jack Norbury
We speak to coach Jack Norbury about what’s in store for UoM’s football team, his tips for success, and how you can get involved!
This is Going to Hurt: how should you read this med school bible?
Intrigued to learn more about the life of a junior doctor? Look no further as Adam Kay’s novel is your perfect read!