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The 1975 live: Pop euphoria At Its Very Best

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.
The science behind music production

The science behind music production

Science and music might seem unrelated, but physics is the key to all of our favourite songs and bands
12 Days of Christmas: Seven Ducks-a-Swimming

12 Days of Christmas: Seven Ducks-a-Swimming

Why do ducklings swim behind their mothers? Scientists have the answer, and it turns out, it has more to do with surfing than you think…
“If you say you’re going to do something, do it”: Bev Craig

“If you say you’re going to do something, do it”: Bev Craig

Councillor Bev Craig joins us for an interview after delivering a speech at Reclaim the Night, where she talks about the changes that the council is attempting to make.
Back to the biological services facility at the top of Stopford

Back to the biological services facility at the top of Stopford

Take a look inside the the animal research that goes at the top of the Stopford Building, utilising studies to improve our knowledge of some of the most common and deadly diseases
Live review: Pale Waves at Albert Hall, Manchester

Live review: Pale Waves at Albert Hall, Manchester

The Manchester band bring a night of pop-punk tunes to their hometown following the release of their third album Unwanted
Cosy Reading Spots in Manchester perfect for this winter!

Cosy Reading Spots in Manchester perfect for this winter!

Looking for the perfect, relaxing spot to enjoy your winter read this weekend? Here are a few cosy reading cafes to take a look at!
Grace Ives thrills at YES Basement

Grace Ives thrills at YES Basement

Grace Ives graces YES Basement with a set of alt-pop instant classics and support from Greysha
Turtle Bay’s Late Night Happy Hour

Turtle Bay’s Late Night Happy Hour

Turtle Bay is offering students a free £10 for students to spend during their Late Night Happy Hour!
Sigur Ros move and exhilarate at O2 Apollo Manchester

Sigur Ros move and exhilarate at O2 Apollo Manchester

The Icelandic post-rockers return to O2 Apollo Manchester to celebrate their illustrious 25-year career
The Lightning Seeds are still gleaming at the Albert Hall

The Lightning Seeds are still gleaming at the Albert Hall

Live at the Albert Hall, The Lightning Seeds are a blast of energy, joy, and riotously good tunes (including ‘Three Lions’ of course!)
Live review: Charlie Hickey at Night and Day Café

Live review: Charlie Hickey at Night and Day Café

The Californian artist visits Night and Day Café as part of his Nervous At Night tour
Ready for Rudy’s (Didsbury)?

Ready for Rudy’s (Didsbury)?

Rudy’s Neapolitan pizza is light, tasty and now, closer than ever!
(Anti-)protest politics: The fight for a right to protest

(Anti-)protest politics: The fight for a right to protest

Amid violence at pro-democracy protests at the Chinese Consulate in Manchester, the right to protest is coming severely under threat

Dandy Style: Men’s fashion from regency to runway

Manchester Art Gallery opens its new Fashion Gallery with an ambitious exploration of men’s clothing, race and identity
UK Supreme Court to sit in Manchester March 2023

UK Supreme Court to sit in Manchester March 2023

Sitting outside of one of the nation’s four capitals for the first time ever, the UK Supreme Court will come to Manchester in March 2023
Lifestyle Loves: Puppy yoga

Lifestyle Loves: Puppy yoga

Have you seen videos of puppy yoga all over your TikTok feed? Find out more about a student’s experience at Manchester’s very own Paw Yoga class
Ig Nobel prizes 2022: Noble or ignorable?

Ig Nobel prizes 2022: Noble or ignorable?

Can ice-cream help with healthcare? Do sparks really fly when you’re on a good date? The Ig Nobels are back to answer life’s big questions
Alone, in public: Finding solace in the city

Alone, in public: Finding solace in the city

Found in details of paintings, landscapes of films, and pages of books, the loneliness of being in a big city is perhaps more widespread than we thought
Live review: Aitch at Victoria Warehouse

Live review: Aitch at Victoria Warehouse

Moston rapper Aitch brings his Close to Home tour close to home

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