Winona Newman gives us the run-down of one of the UK’s strongest festival lineup’s this year in Oxfordshire’s Truck Festival.
Celebrating its 25th anniversary, the ¡Viva! Spanish & Latin American Festival 2019 returns to HOME Manchester from Friday 22nd March to Saturday 13th April
Theatre Editor Anuli Changa speaks to Hannah Hauer-King, director of The Funeral Director, written by Iman Qureshi
Pete Bottomley of White Paper Games speaks about their latest project – The Occupation – on the eve of its release
After the release of a phenomenal lineup, Jake Oliver explores all the excitement yet to unfold as Parklife returns to Heaton Park for its tenth year
The O2 Ritz will host renowned rapper Yasiin Bey to perform, in full, his acclaimed album ‘The Ecstatic’ writes Ashwin Tharoor
Still Corners, the London-based dream pop/synth-pop duo are coming to Manchester on Monday, following the release of their fourth studio album SLOW AIR
As part of the Manchester Science Festival, ‘Sentinel’ is a performance of laser lighting, video, live vocals, and electro-synth music, creating a “multi-sensory journey through present and future effects of global warming.”
Anuli Changa talks to Ben McFarland and Tom Sandham about the ‘Thinking Drinkers’ Pub Crawl’ ahead of its touring visit to The Lowry
Editor Olivia White previews one of 2019’s strongest UK lineup’s, Greenman Festival. This folk-rock festival sees the likes of Father John Misty, Sharon Van Etten and IDLES.
May the force of Live at Leeds’ final line-up announcement be with you as you decide which festivals to attend this year writes editor Olivia White
Anuli Changa talks to writer and co-director Roman Armstrong about the process of creating The Greatest Tory Ever Told
Zene Davine, lead singer of glam punk group Queen Zee, talks politics, being a transwoman and the DIY production of their self-titled debut
Race, Identity and Masculinity: Anuli Changa speaks to writer-actor David Judge and Director Hannah Tyrrell-Pinder about the touring production of Sparkplug
Issy Bolitho previews Ten Tonnes return to headline shows, bringing infectious indie-pop to Manchester’s The Deaf Institute.
Jasmine Bennett previews Kojaque’s arrival in Manchester at YES which is set to bless our ears with smooth Irish-accented hip-hop.