After a long first semester back on campus, these are the best shows to watch over Christmas break
Looking for an evening alternative to Manchester’s nightclubs? Here at The Mancunion, we’ve got you covered. From various game nights to cafe bars, there are plenty of ways to spend your evenings.
Inside the Oak House ‘prison’ – one working toilet and an ever-growing mountain of dirty dishes
If you’re looking to escape the reality of student life, brunching at Seven54 Cafe Bar and Restaurant is the way to go.
From spreading good vibes to creating sustainable fashion: an insight into how Softer People became the brand it is today.
How ethical is the food that you order? Foodstuff is a company looking to change the face of delivery.
Music writer Izzy Langhamer covers hide and seek festivals sophomore year, its joys and its kinks.
Connie Eyles shares some insight into the world of podcasts and the best ones out there
Winter Graduation ceremonies set to take place next week have been postponed due to Covid restrictions
The hate of pumpkin spice lattes has a darker undertone
Emily Turvey reviews London-based singer-songwriter Joy Crookes’ debut album tour concert at Academy 2
The Mancunion reviews Nightcap, the scrunchies that double as drink covers, and the tragic political message behind them
Where to go and what to eat? We’ve got it all covered in our First Year guide.
Black Milk is the cafe to go if you need a sweet treat to brighten a dull day! From pancakes to freak shakes and huge slices of cake, Black Milk has will cater for everyone.
The Warehouse Project has just released the first six upcoming events which will kick start this September. The full calendar line-up will be released in the next coming weeks starting from September 17th until New Year’s Eve. A WHP press release prepares ravers for the long-awaited return to the dancefloor, getting us all ready for […]
Rhiannon Ingle tries out the viral TikTok vegan “chicken” and talks you through the whole process