Concerningly, the next global pandemic could be just around the corner. Here’s why.
Johnson’s hypocritical good will gesture is rejected by migrants who can do better than play Santa to Brits this Christmas.
Hale Barns Carnival returns with a full-scale show but a 50% capacity – headlined by Katrina and the Waves and Boney M
Time to think twice before using single-use PPE
Georgie Selwood takes a look at PPE and whether one size truly fits all.
Georgie Selwood explores the ways in which climate change could impact our relationship with disease.
Anna van der Zwaluw offers an update on the covid-19 battle, discussing the new variants and the progression of the vaccination rollout.
Thanks to the National Lottery, Manchester Opera House is able to put on its annual Christmas pantomime! This years performance of Sleeping Beauty stars Jason Manford – with free tickets for NHS staff
In our final piece of lockdown writing, Lucy Johnson’s poem is a poignant piece about distance during the pandemic
Anna Nixon explains why it is the government’s responsibility to fund the NHS – not the public’s
Horrifically bloody and gloriously violent, The Sadness revels in its apocalyptic setting and strangely relevant premise
Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews Opera North’s A Night at the Opera at the Lowry – the first Mancunion Theatre review since theatres reopened in 2021
Emma Hattersley reviews the psychological explanations for our video-software related exhaustion
Annie Dabb looks into concerns that the pandemic may have reversed the impacts of modern feminism and sent us back to the era of 1950s housewives
The music industry and artists alike have been hit hard by the coronavirus. With live gigs out the window, music consumption has almost entirely been digital. Musicians and people in the business have been forced to find new and creative ways to promote their music. Most of the revenue that boosts the music industry comes […]
Chloe Tenn discusses the positive and negative impacts lockdown has had on the environment
Chloe Tenn looks into the dangers of Trump’s repeated dismissal of science throughout his presidency and the pandemic