What do the everyday issues of a middle-class family and the not-so-everyday issues of two hired assassins have in common? Find out in this double-feature review
Evie Appleson and Theatre Editor Jay Darcy interview BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon, ahead of their show, All I Want for Christmas is Attention
As part of Black History Month, Chess Bradley discusses Tom Quayle’s beautiful, joyful images of the LGBTQI group Rainbow Noir
Alexia Pieretti reviews The Funeral Director on its visit to HOME
In the wake of LGBT history month, we take a look at how scientific understanding of homosexuality shaped our cultural and political attitudes.
February marks the national education campaign, which will feature a theatrical performance at Manchester’s People History Museum
With LGBT History Month approaching, Jessica Blair takes a look at the upcoming events aiming to celebrate Manchester’s diverse community in a time of political adversity
Find out why the University of Manchester Women’s Rugby Club are wearing rainbow-coloured laces, and how you can get some too
Sam Brougham discusses the relocation of the Pride festival in Manchester away from Canal Street due to planned redevelopments and what this means for the LGBTQ+ communities who have celebrated there for decades.
Patience Kanjira reviews the 6th Birthday Special of Cherie Bebe’s Burlesque Revue at Matt and Phreds
Anna Jin reviews Burnout at the King’s Arms
Alexi Pieretti reviews UMMTS’ last musical of the year, Spring Awakening; a show which brings hope for societal change whilst condemning censorship and adults who stifle the minds of the young, as well as the criminalisation of abortion
In the wake of criticism surrounding Ariana Grande’s headline slot at Manchester Pride, Alex Corns asks for some perspective
Supporters are facing ticket prices of over £70 for weekend passes
Educational and embracing – two words that describe Netflilx’s 8-episode series, Sex Education, which pleases not only young demographics, but also the LGBT community.
MMU also ranked in the top 25 in a strong endorsement of Manchester’s LGBT credentials in Higher Education
Recent research has revealed that LGB students are 24% more likely to commit self-harm, and 21% more likely to attempt suicide in their lifetime.