Manchester Apollo Articles

Live Review: Melanie Martinez at the O2 Apollo

Live Review: Melanie Martinez at the O2 Apollo

Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Melanie Martinez’s K-12 Tour, a theatrical concert experience, at the O2 Apollo
Live Review: Emeli Sandé at the O2 Apollo

Live Review: Emeli Sandé at the O2 Apollo

The pop singer’s warm show included all the songs that made her famous, Jay Darcy writes
Live Review: The Streets

Live Review: The Streets

Mike Skinner incites a wild reaction from the crowd at The Streets’ highly anticipated return to Manchester Apollo, writes contributor Alice Berkeley
Live Review: Christine & the Queens

Live Review: Christine & the Queens

The French performer Christine and the Queens wows audience with a stunning show at the the Manchester Apollo, writes Alice Berkeley
Live Review: Train

Live Review: Train

Amy Nguyen reviews naughties pop legends Train’s live show at the Apollo: Anything but a Trainwreck
Live: Christine and the Queens

Live: Christine and the Queens

The French pop troupe pop the question, writes Ben Lomax — and the answer is a resounding ‘yes’
Live: The Darkness

Live: The Darkness

Catsuits, hair and rock signs – The Darkness reach Manchester on their Let Them Eat Cake World Tour
Gotye

Gotye

Gotye set out to prove he’s no one-hit wonder with his biggest Manchester show to date
Ben Howard

Ben Howard

The pop-folkster’s sold-out UK tour reached Manchester at a packed Apollo
The Vaccines

The Vaccines

The indie-rockers meteoric rise continues as they deliver a storming set to a sold-out Apollo
Pure Love

Pure Love

Frank Carter’s new outfit open for Lostprophets and steal the show
Preview: Fenech-Soler

Preview: Fenech-Soler

In preparation for their Apollo gig, Phoebe Clarke has a chat with Fenech-Soler’s Ben Duffy.
Feature: Bombay Bicycle Club

Feature: Bombay Bicycle Club

Prior to their Apollo show, we were lucky enough to catch up with Jamie and Suren to hear about their tour, new album, and potential solo plans.
Live: Plan B @ Manchester Apollo

Live: Plan B @ Manchester Apollo

Musical re-inventions don’t come much more drastic than that of rapper turned crooner Ben Drew (aka Plan B aka Strickland Banks) who tonight plays host to an evening of retro-soul at Manchester’s Apollo. Liam Bailey prepares the crowd perfectly for the main event with his deep husky tones, performing a short set of bluesy tunes including the raw and beautiful ‘It’s Not the Same’, and soon to be hit single ‘You Better Leave Me’, demonstrating exactly why he’s tipped to be the next big thing in contemporary soul.

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