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A film for every course: Interstellar – Physics

A film for every course: Interstellar – Physics

How can you put down your textbook, but still get in your astrophysics revision? Watch Interstellar of course!
Travel back in time to Storyhouse Chester

Travel back in time to Storyhouse Chester

The Time Traveller’s Wife, a new musical based on the book and film of the same name, is having its world premiere at Storyhouse Chester – ahead of a West End run
Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finds it’s newest Time Lord

Doctor Who finally welcomes Ncuti Gatwa as its first black doctor (if we conveniently forget the Timeless Child twist)
Review: Electric Rosary

Review: Electric Rosary

Head of Culture Michal Wasileswki reviews Electric Rosary at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Royal Exchange Theatre invites you to take a pew

Royal Exchange Theatre invites you to take a pew

Electric Rosary, written by Bruntwood Prize Judges’ Award winner Tim Foley, plays at the Royal Exchange Theatre
Playwright Tim Foley on Electric Rosary, his inspirations, and the power of sci-fi

Playwright Tim Foley on Electric Rosary, his inspirations, and the power of sci-fi

Head of Culture Michal Wasilewski interviews Tim Foley, the playwright behind Electric Rosary
Not so sci-fi: Could humans harness cryonics?

Not so sci-fi: Could humans harness cryonics?

Chloe Tenn discusses the science behind cryonics that many have seen through scifi productions like Marvel and Star Wars
Review: 2084 – An Immersive Experience

Review: 2084 – An Immersive Experience

Theatre Editor Jay Darcy reviews 2084 – An Immersive Experience at Manchester Central Library
Exploring eco-fiction: Margaret Atwood’s ‘MaddAddam’ trilogy

Exploring eco-fiction: Margaret Atwood’s ‘MaddAddam’ trilogy

Helena Torre takes a look at her favourite eco-fiction books, with a special focus on Margaret Atwood’s ‘Maddaddam’ trilogy

Live: Galactic Empire

Yes it’s a joke gone way too far, but as Star Wars-themed metal bands go, Galactic Empire are one of the good ones, writes Joe Hunt

Review: Doctor Strange

Marvel-obsessive or merely a general amateur film buff, Doctor Strange’s lively plot will certainly get your heart racing

Feature: Should the Sci be Greater than the Fi?

Resident physics student/realist Adam Waterfield says: “In space, no one can hear you slag off George Lucas.”

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