Jane Austen Articles
Why do we still love Jane Austen?
Jane Austen seems to be everywhere, in film, Urban Outfitters and even in your wallet. We look into why people keep picking up her books even 200 years after her death.
Review: Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of)
Pride and Prejudice (sort of), a comedic, class-conscious adaptation of Jane Austen’s seminal novel, is bringing the house down at The Lowry
The Lowry is feeling proud (sort of)
Pride & Prejudice* (*sort of), a fun, feminist retelling of Jane Austen’s seminal novel, is welcoming in the new year at The Lowry
Musicals of Manchester: January
Find out what musicals are coming to Manchester this January!
Some waffle about some play: Why you should write for Theatre
Manchester’s theatre scene is thriving – from Shakespeare to hit musicals, here’s why you should write for The Mancunion’s Theatre Section.
Bridgerton the book: blue eyes, boobs and bigotry
Following the success of the Netflix series, Aileen Loftus reads the first book in the Bridgerton series.
How to live with lockdown, literature style
Looking to keep your lockdown interesting beyond what technology has to offer? We looked for advice from some of the most famous literary works from history
Top 5: Romantic reads
A list of the top five romantic reads just in time for Valentine’s Day
A Comedy of Canon
It’s time to broaden our literary horizons; Morrissey’s autobiography is not a Penguin Classic!
Classics digested: Sense and Sensibility
As Joanna Trollope releases her updated version of Jane Austen’s novel, Elizabeth Mitchell examines the original work
Column: Top of the Flops?
Gone are the gender bending days of Culture Club. You’ve just got to wear a suit of lamb chops and you’re halfway to number one.
Zombies Ravage Hertfordshire- Pride & Prejudice & Zombies
A blend of comedy, romance, thrilling swordfights and contemporary horror
Sea Monsters on the Devonshire Coast- Sense & Sensibility & Sea Monsters
Sense and Sensibility and Sea Monsters is Ben H. Winters’ imaginative parody of Jane Austen’s nineteenth century classic.